Why use MYA Recruitment Solutions?
Have you been to the “others?”
Look at the answers to this in a number of questions:
How long have you been on their books?
Did you talk to the same person twice?
Did they read your CV and listen to your requirements and be honest with you?
Are they a niche market recruiter with too narrow focus to place you; or did they have a scattergun approach and throw your CV at everything?
Did they have lots of vacancies and not concentrate on your needs?
Did their performance target system for their recruiters leave you out in the cold because your skills are described as “so specialised and they’d find you difficult to place?”
Did you get real feedback, or did you feel fobbed-off?
So, did they work for you or did you work for them?
Are you now looking for a more personal service?
MYA Recruitment Solutions recognises that looking for a new position can be all consuming and stressful. Everyone is looking for that dream job that never seems to materialise from the heady days of going through the interview process and changing roles, companies or even location. Once the daily fire-fighting turmoil takes over many move on unsatisfied, many stay in stressed positions looking for a way out; or sit in cruise mode unable to do anything different and just get through the day, each day and become less stimulated by their work environment. Getting to this point you, the individual that you are, made the choice to look at the options available to you.
Having seen the advertised jobs, when you forward a CV to MYA Recruitment Solutionsyou liaise with a person who will have knowledge of the market and the job on offer. They will have talked directly to the company offering the position on a 1-to-1 basis so you will know that your CV is targeted on a specific opportunity. They will talk directly to you; they want to know what makes you tick, how good the fit will be with the available opportunity. They will be honest about your chances, perhaps even your longer term future in that position and will expect you to be exactly the same; so know and acknowledge your weaknesses as well as your strengths. Be honest about what you want and in reality what you can achieve, and whether that is in alignment with any business you want to enter. Many of you will have had internal annual reviews and faced the question “Where will you be in five years time?” - Now it’s for real!