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Author: John Guest | Date: 23/10/14 | Category: Fire and Security
Security Twenty 14 Security Recruitment

Our specialist Security  recruitment team will be meeting lots of Security professionals, security engineers, security sales managers etc at the Security Twenty 14 event next week. Everyone has specific recruitment requirements and challenges personal to them. However the in Security industry we are all experiencing some common challenges. We will be on hand at the event to advise you on the challenges that you and the security industry may be facing. Register as a VIP for Security Twenty 14 - London When   - Tuesday 28th October What   - A great event to network, share knowledge and discover latest industry news and technology Where - London, Heathrow, Park Inn...

Author: John Doherty | Date: 21/10/14 | Category: Advice, Events, Fire and Security, Technology
Telephone Interview Top Tips

Top Tips for a Successful Telephone Interview So, you have secured yourself a telephone interview. Believe it or not, an interview over the phone is just as important as a face to face one, and you will have to work just as hard (if not harder) to impress the interviewer. Although many people realise the importance of properly preparing for an ‘in person’ interview, very often they neglect to place the same importance on those conducted over the phone. This is the first of a number of mistakes potential employees make and it can really put them at a disadvantage in the face of strong competition. So what can you do to ensure you make a good impression in a telephone...

Author: John Guest | Date: 25/9/14 | Category: Fire and Security
Security Jobs Eligo

It has been a busy few days here at Security Essen, Germany. It is a great place to network with industry professionals, share knowledge and discover up to date industry news and technology. I am just one of more than 42,000 people from the Security industry descending on Essen to check out what the 1,000+ exhibitors have to offer. Security manufacturers are showcasing products across surveillance systems, intruder alarms, access control, biometrics, security and fire alarm systems, IT security, armoured vehicles, fire protection systems etc. We are all obviously interested in the new technologies on display such as 4K against 1080p. So many people and gadgets in one space...

Author: John Guest | Date: 2/7/14 | Category: Fire and Security
Security Recruitment Agency IFSEC

The Eligo Security and Fire team enjoyed another successful event, exhibiting at IFSEC International at London ExCel this year. It was new ground for everyone involved with the 41st annual IFSEC event moving to its original home of London for the first time in many years. IFSEC 2014 was the star attraction within the Protection Management Series, which hosts 6 events spanning 34,000m² of London ExCel centre, combining around 1600 exhibitors and over 45,000 visitors having access to all of the events during the 3 day period in Junes. We were busy on our stand taking details of companies that are growing and need help finding the  best people in the market, as well as...

Author: John Guest | Date: 23/4/14 | Category: Fire and Security
Eligo Security Recruitment Bristol

The Eligo Fire and Security recruitment team are back on the road at Security Twenty 14 conference exhibition, this time in Bristol at the Marriott City Centre Hotel. Last night was another night of industry chat, networking and a drink or two! We all failed miserably again at the infamous heads or tails game but were pleased to see Stella Lewis from Wintech win the bottle of champers we donated to the raffle in aid of the South West Air Ambulance charity. The day has so far been impressive with a good number of industry professionals coming through the doors. The team has already met several of the security industry installers and integrators who are attending, as well as forming...

Author: John Doherty | Date: 9/4/14 | Category: Advice, Fire and Security, Technology
Fight for a fair salary review

Whether you work to live, or live to work, money is important. Find out how to fight for a fair salary review; Many people feel underpaid and therefore undervalued by their current employer. In lots of these cases they have made numerous requests for a pay review to no avail, hence they contact us! Interestingly many of these are then offered a pay increase when they hand in their resignation! This in itself needs to be managed carefully, if you would like our advice on this, check out our ‘How to handle a counter offer’ article. Obviously it is ideal to have a regular review of your performance and salary in which you and your employer can discuss your objectives, achievements,...

Author: John Guest | Date: 13/3/14 | Category: Fire and Security
Eligo Fire and Security Road Trip

It is always nice when a supplier offers you nice little perks for doing business with them. Jobsite over the years have done well on this front, organising some great events including golf days and footy tournaments that we have enjoyed attending. The delight and enthusiasm of our resident Portsmouth supporter, Fire and Security Recruitment Specialist, Graham, was at a new level when he heard there were some tickets up for grabs at the mighty Pompey! So John, Fire and Security Team Director, did what any good manager would do... he grabbed those tickets and arranged a road trip! Bright and breezy, the boys pile into John’s car on a cloudy Saturday morning but the grey skies were...

Author: John Doherty | Date: 3/3/14 | Category: Advice, Fire and Security, Technology
Handling-counter-job-offers

If you are offered a pay rise in response to handing in your resignation, we would advise you to proceed with caution. It can be easy to be enticed by the money, be wooed by your manger's flattery and comforted by the familiarity of what you know but before you accept the payrise and agree to stay, we recommend you consider the following – 1.     Why did you want to leave in the first place? If you were feeling undervalued, frustrated or keen for a new challenge these things are not likely to change. 2.     Why did it take a resignation to prompt the pay rise? If it’s about money, are you going to have to go through this drama every time you want a pay rise?...

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