What is Career Cushioning and what does it mean for Financial Services?

As recession looms over the British economy, redundancy is becoming an increasingly likely possibility for many Britons. Inflation is at a high of 11.1% and it is a common concern for many households to pay for essentials like food and heating. The instability of the economy is bound to make people restless, and will provoke …

How to navigate Zoom and Microsoft Teams

In today’s blog, we are going to cover how to join Zoom meetings and Teams meetings. Joining online meetings is becoming more and more important. The financial services industry is becoming increasingly remote, so important conversations between clients and candidates, colleagues and businesses are progressively likely to be held on an online service like Microsoft …

A guide to Financial Services competency-based interviews

Competency-based interviews have been a staple in the recruitment process for decades both in and out of Financial Services, yet many candidates still struggle to understand and prepare for competency-based interviews. Hopefully, in this blog, we will be able to help you understand and prepare for the competency based interviews. What are competency-based interviews? Competency-based …

Common mistakes when trying to get a job in Financial Services

This month’s blog is all about the most common mistakes when trying to get a job; which can be the difference of you landing your dream job or them offering it to someone else. Interview punctuality Being punctual and on time to an interview is vital when trying to make that perfect first impression. Being …