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Fresh Talent wouldn't be what it is today without all the amazing people we have in our business - it is the team that makes our business the best it can be.

Fresh Talent is leading the way in temporary and outsourced recruitment specialising in the Hospitality sector, supporting our business partners from General Management to Bar and Support staff.

We pride ourselves on our service, setting the standard and leading the way – Delivering a standard unmatched by others. Every team member at Fresh Talent mirrors our core values and ethos and genuinely love what they do.

The team work closely with our clients and candidates to ensure we are in a seamless partnership, and that with our market knowledge, recruitment expertise and passion we are able to make a real difference to their business!

What do we look for?

Someone who is a natural peoples person
Unflappable and must be able to multi task
An individual looking for a career and not just a job!!
A creative thinker with a forward thinking approach
Hungry to succeed and self motivated
Passionate about delivering an exceptional service every single time

What Fresh Talent offers

Full training and support
Great company incentives
Excellent earning potential as a Fair Wage Employer
A fun, happy and vibrant working environment
Career progression - the sky’s the limit!

We believe that it is imperative for all of our team members, weather you want to work on a outsourced full time project or as a temporary flexi worker, that everyone has a true passion for what they do. Our team members are as passionate about Fresh and share the love for us as if it were their own, your success is our success.

With regular social gatherings to recognise our team members and achievable incentives we believe we are a true family of people which really creates the essence of maintaining a fun and vibrant culture and the true spirit of the company.

Hints and Tips

Hints and tips for interviews to increase your chance at success.

Some of us are confident in an interview situation. Some of us, however capable, dread the thought. There are so many different kinds of interview and, in fact, interviewers. You will need to remember that the interview is a two way meeting. It is the time for them to find out about you and you to find out about the job on offer and the company.

  1. It is important to do some preparation before attending an interview. The more you prepare the less likely you will need to think on your feet on the day.
  2. Find out as much as you can about the company, the job, the person who will be interviewing you and the culture of the company.
  3. In most cases we will already be in possession of your CV. Think about what skills or experience you may have that matches the job description and be prepared to highlight these on the day.
  4. Bring a copy of your CV, and any certificates or references with you. Be prepared.
  5. Plan your route and start off early. Do a dummy run if you are not sure. Should you be delayed in any way, ring the company to keep everyone informed. Please notify, if you decide not to go.
  6. Please remember, PUNCTUALITY is of key importance. You will probably need 15 minutes to complete an application form.
  7. Prepare some relevant questions by using our helpful question guide.
  8. Offer precise and detailed answers to questions, highlighting any previous experience of a similar situation. Don't waffle! Be natural, be yourself, be positive and assertive about your replies. Don't criticise your last employer, it makes you look bad. Remember all the preparation in the world will not guarantee your success but it might just help you get the job you want.
  9. First impressions count - are you well-groomed with tidy hair, conservative make-up, jewellery, clothes and shoes?
  1. It is worth remembering that different types of companies may accept different standards of dress, e.g. a bank would be very different from a music company. But as a rule of thumb appearances do count and the first few seconds are vital.
  2. Be polite to the receptionist and any staff you may meet before your interview as they could influence the decision.
  3. Fill in your application form neatly and watch out for spelling errors.
  4. When you meet the contact - walk in confidently, shake hands, look them in the eye, smile and introduce yourself and if necessary tell them which position you have come for. Sit when invited.
  5. Watch your body language. Your posture is important so sit upright, look keen and interested. Keep control of your hands - touching your hair, fiddling with a pen or a button etc., this can be distracting.
  6. Maintain eye contact but do not stare. It is important to smile and look as if you are enjoying the conversation. If they enjoy talking to you they are more likely to want to meet you again. Experienced interviewers will be looking at how you compose yourself.
  7. As we stated earlier, an interview is a two way meeting so try not to monopolise the conversation but definitely don't just sit there and say nothing.
  8. If they don't tell you the key areas of the job ask so you can show them how your experience matches.
  9. Try to show, without overselling the fact, that you have done some research. If you do not understand a point, ask for clarification.
  10. The interviewer will be trying to envisage you doing the job, fitting into the culture and interacting with the other team members.
  11. Try to remember questions that you have been asked at other interviews. Try to be diplomatic. It is important to consider what is going to make YOU stand out in a crowd. Make sure we know the benefits of employing you.
  12. Ask them if there is anything else they need to know. When the interview seems to be drawing to a natural close and all questions seem to have been asked and answered, don't allow an uncomfortable silence to develop.
  13. If you are interested in the position, say so. Ask what the next stage is. Ask if the interviewer thinks that you are suitable for that job, stand up, smile, shake hands and thank them for their time.
  1. Why are you interested in this position? How much do you know about the job you have applied for?
  2. What do you like doing best/least in your current position?
  3. What do you consider to be your strengths/weaknesses?
  4. What skills could you bring to the job?
  5. What kind of people do you like to work with or what people do you find it difficult to work with?
  6. Do you prefer to work in a team or alone?
  7. What do you know about our company? What is your opinion of our company?
  8. Can you work under pressure? Describe any incident when you have had to do so.
  9. How do you see your future?
  10. What was the most responsible duty you carried out in your job? Who did you report to?
  11. How would employees describe your management style?
  12. How would you handle difficult clients/customers?
  13. Why did you leave your last position? Why do you want to leave your present company?
  14. What salary are you looking for?
  15. What are your leisure interests?
  16. Why do you want this job?
  17. What motivates/de-motivates you?
  18. What is your greatest achievement?
  19. What is the biggest mistake you have ever made?
  20. What did you learn from this?
  21. Why have you moved employers a lot?
  22. Why should I employ you in this position?
  23. What is the hardest thing that you have had to overcome?
  24. What do you want to achieve in the next five years?
  25. How do you like to be managed?
  1. I'd like to know more about the company. Is there a guide?
  2. Who will I be working for?
  3. Who will I be working with? How many people in the department?
  4. Are there promotion prospects - to what post and when?
  5. What are the hours I'll be working?
  6. Are there any periods when business peaks? What effect will this have on the job if any?
  7. Are there any training schemes from which I may benefit?
  8. What is the exact salary and are there fringe benefits?
  9. When is the salary reviewed?

If you apply the majority of the above tips you will certainly increase your chances of – SUCCESS!

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