Nowadays, social media is an integral part of life. Not just in the ‘social’ sense, but in all aspects, including your professional life. A recent study has shown that at least a third of employers will use the likes of Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn at some point during the hiring process in order to gain a little more knowledge. It is essential, therefore, to make sure your social media pages depict you in the best possible light.Read Post
The role of a team assistant is often varied and fast-paced. You need to have exceptional social skills and enjoy managing a range of different characters, whilst being ultra-organised and efficient. This post will explore what is expected of you as a team assistant. Is this the job for you?Read Post
There is perhaps a slight stigma amongst graduate level candidates attached to starting their careers at Reception level. Everyone knows those high flyers that leave university and land themselves trading roles in global investment banks, covetable spots on world-renowned graduate schemes, or cool account executive positions in top media agencies - seemingly without difficulty. In comparison, working on Reception can feel like a cop out or even a last resort for desperate graduates. This is very far from the truth....Read Post
You should never underestimate the power of your CV. It is the first thing that potential employers will see and judge you on, and you need to make sure that you win them over from the start. Remember, they will probably see dozens of CVs for each role so you need to make sure that yours gets noticed! The purpose of the CV is to showcase your skills, experiences, and talents within the space of a few sides of A4,...Read Post
Attic are great people to work with, they were very sensitive to our needs and able to find exactly the right person for our team now, and for our future ambitions. I recommend them to any ‘creative business’ and for anyone who needs intelligent and talented staff.