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2015 Domestic worker minimum wage increase

The new domestic worker minimum wage increase is effective as of the 1st of December 2015, below please find a useful table and and click on the link provided  for more information from the South African Labour Guide. providedhttp://www.labourguide.co.za/downloads?utm_source=MailingList&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=art%2F+no+ads DOMESTIC WORKER MINIMUM...

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Dress to impress

It is said that an interviewer makes a judgment about the applicant in the first five minutes of the interview, and spends the rest of the time justifying the judgment to themselves. It is vital that you prepare for interviews,...

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November 2015 Top Candidates

Have a look at some of the stunning candidates that we have interviewed over the past month.  To view their CV’s in detail or if you have any other positions that you require assistance with, call RESOURCE recruitment on 0317640787...

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Jobs Descriptions and Job Order Forms

Drawing up a job description before you start looking for staff, may just save you a lot of time receiving the wrong CV’s and interviewing suitable people. Drawing up a basic job description for all new appointments should not be a...

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Interview Etiquette

Remember when you go for an interview, is that this is your chance to make a lasting first impression.  You can’t afford to blow even one interview because you were unprofessional and did not follow the correct etiquette!  I often...

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Get with the times, get your LinkedIn Profile up and running!

If you have a profile on LinkedIn, then please follow our LinkedIn company page, and share our vacancies with your connections. (http://www.linkedin.com/company/resource-recruitment-durban- )  If you are not on LinkedIn… then you need to be! I have been in recruitment for over...

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How to prepare a CV

The most important part of looking for a job, without a doubt, is your CV!   Did you know that your CV has 30 seconds to catch Managements attention! You are your CV and you have to make that first impression...

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What not to ask

  The law states that we may not unfairly discriminate against job applicants.  This means that an interviewer may not show favour, prejudice or bias for or against a job applicant on the basis of for example, race, gender, sex, pregnancy,...

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Covering letters

Covering letters should catch the recruiters eye…. Not drone on and put them to sleep! Now that you have completed last weeks assignments- you know what you want, what your strengths and weaknesses are and what salary you want, you are...

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September Top Candidates

We are half way through September and already we have seen some stunning candidates!  Here are a few of them.  If you would like to see their CV’s in detail, or have any other positions that you would like assistance...

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