Our Services for Candidates
You are important to us – your comments and feedback have helped us to tailor our service to meet your requirements. No appointment is necessary during the week – call in and see us any time Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 4.30pm. All CVs received are acknowledged – if we cannot help we will do our best to put you in touch with someone who can.
Tips and advice on all stages of recruitment from writing your CV to attending the interview can be given. Free skill check evaluations are available using our ISVinternet Fastpath system assessment package which can be accessed from home.
Temps working for Earl Street have their wages paid directly into their bank each week or if necessary payment can be made by cheque. All queries are dealt with quickly – we are here to help Need any further information, contact one of our representatives who will be happy to help.
Employee’s Guide to Auto Enrolment information regarding deductions made for Work Place Pension (Employee Pension Contribution on your payslip).
Agency Workers Regulations information regarding Agency Workers Regulations (AWR), as well as our frequently asked questions and terms of engagement.
Free service for Candidates
Using ISVinternet.com FastPath we are able to offer you the facility to assess your knowledge across a wide range of packages including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Either call into our offices to use our facilities or arrangements can be made for you to access the assessments from home.
A full summary of your results will be given to you.
Its all about preparation – making sure you get the right response from your CV.
Keep the layout simple and easy to read – avoiding any fancy fonts and coloured paper.
Provide clear contact details including an email address.
Give a brief history of your education and qualifications – especially any relevant to the job you want.
Keep it short – use bullet points and short sentences to put across your key skills, highlighting your successes and areas where you have made a contribution to the company.
Make your CV relevant to the type of work you are looking for.
Put your most recent job first and then work backwards.
Don’t leave gaps between jobs – make sure you give details if you have had a career break or taken time off travelling.
Check your spelling – then check again! Ask a friend to read your CV through for you.
Once again, preparation is the key to success!.
Research the company – this will give you some background information and might prove useful during the interview.
Read through the job description – prepare yourself, think of how your experience and knowledge relates to what they are looking for.
Dress appropriately – you should always look professional and smart.
Shake hands with your interviewer, maintain eye contact and be friendly to everyone you meet at the company.
Show your interest in the company, prepare questions to ask and be prepared to answer theirs.
Know where you are going, who to ask for and if needed where car parks are located. Leave yourself plenty of time!.
Don’t criticise past employers or colleagues.
At the end of the interview ask what the next steps are – and if you are particularly interested let the interviewer know.