We are aware that firms are keen to offer competitive salaries to successfully attract talented individuals. We are regularly asked by clients for up to date salary information in order to maintain their desired position in the market place. With this in mind, we would be grateful if you could spare the time to provide us with some information regarding the salary structure within your firm, and in return, we will provide you with a copy of our updated salary survey, once we have collated and analysed the information received. Law firms, please click here Legal professionals, please click here. Your help with this is appreciated! Hopefully this will enable you to gauge how competitive your current remuneration levels are and
You want to find the perfect job, and businesses want to hire the perfect candidate. It seems obvious, then, that by looking into the modes and methods of recruitment and hiring managers, you’re much more likely to get what you want. The problem is, it’s not always so clear as to how businesses choose the best candidate for the job. Let us pull back the covers and give you an insight into some off the tricks that many of them keep hidden up their sleeves. 1. Referral Networks Many open positions are filled by people who came onto the radar via an employee referral. These can be referrals of internal staff or external candidates, and, if hired, often lead to
There’s the typical questions you ask yourself when choosing a new career or deciding on a new job. Things like what you like doing, where you want to work, where you can see yourself in ten, twenty, fifty years time. Such questions are incredibly useful, and by asking them you can gather up a lot of valuable information. But by design, they only get at what you’re thinking on the surface, and as a result, only bring back superficial answers. When trying to find your ideal job, you need to tap into your real intrinsic, wants, motivations, and desires. And to do so, you need to delve deep into your psyche through by using much more piercing and thought-provoking questions.
Learning you haven’t got the job you wanted so badly, or not even being notified, is never hard to take. Particularly when you thought you aced the interview and were a perfect fit for the role. The thing is, though, as staged meetings that are filled with tension (on both sides of the table), interviews are incredibly tough to get right. And with our increasingly technological world and high pressure to not just land a job but get the perfect one for you, it’s no wonder candidates often fail to hit the mark. It makes sense, then, to be prepared and do you homework before an interview. This means not just stocking up on interview techniques and self-esteem tips; but
On average, it takes about six-seconds for recruiters and hiring managers to decide if a CV is a yes or no. Yet, most of candidates’ time and effort when applying for a job is spent on tiny details and information deep into the page — things that recruiters wouldn’t even care about if they even saw them. If you want to even have a chance in getting hired, then, at least eighty percent of your time and effort should be instead spent on how you’re going to grab their attention and make a great first impression. That means not sending over a three page solid block or writing in an unreadable font, but rather valuing employers time and energy and
Imagine having to sift through mounds of the same, boring, poorly written C.Vs, day in and day out. With a significant decline in C.V quality and a huge increase in competition, this is the reality of what hiring managers and recruiters have to put up with when they’re at their desks. Make sure your C.V is not one that makes them sigh and attract more interviews with these three tips for writing the perfect C.V. 1. Personalise to Fit The Industry And Role The vast majority of C.Vs and applications and generic and largely the same, yet the types of jobs and people in the world couldn’t be more different. When we try and fit our personalities and experience into
Landing your ideal job starts long before the application process and interview stage. It hasn’t always been that way; In the age of information and social media, barriers that previously stood in the way of candidates interacting and finding out about companies have recently all but disappeared. This is good news for job seekers, and ever better news for those whom have a crystal clear picture of what career and role they are looking for. So, with your target company and role in mind, a strong C.V, and a recruiter on hand (if you want to boost your chances even further), here’s three pre-application tips for making sure you land your ideal job. 1. Nurture Relationships Early It’s surprising how
CRA Consulting have a very unique offering in terms of CRA TV, a video based, career guidance software package unique to CRA, and completely free and flexible for all our candidates and clients. CRA TV has been featured by the BBC, Daily Mail and Management Today and is recommended by the leading career websites as well as being used by government departments, councils and top universities and colleges. CRA TV For Candidates The films and resources on this site are designed to not only help you get the career you want but to then perform to your very best in your chosen vocation. We believe this is the ultimate resource for anyone involved in career transition. Included are hundreds of
Writing an effective Curriculum Vitae (CV) is the first stage in the process of seeking a new position. Your CV is often the very first impression an employer has of you and is vital in achieving that important next stage – the interview. A CV has to be written to meet the requirements of the reader. i.e. the person or organisation responsible for the recruitment. That person will have limited time availability, so that your CV must be user friendly; in effect it must: Be easy to read and simple to understand Have impact and not contain waffle or unnecessary information Convey concisely the key characteristics of you and your experience Be written in the third person and avoid the
Client or Candidate, if you would like the latest salary and benefit information for your organisation or job, for reference, benchmarking or as part of your recruitment process or career move please complete the form to access this information from CRA Consulting. We build ongoing and productive relationships with clients in the long term, but never overlook the importance of fast and effective solutions in the short term. If you would like an in person consultation or an informal chat about your exact requirements get in touch today we welcome any enquiries. Please complete the form to access this information from CRA Consulting.
CRA Consulting specialise in recruitment across the legal and financial sectors at all levels, temporary, permanent and interim roles. We have a dedicated team which includes experienced financial and legal professionals who draw on their own experience to recruit and assist newly qualified financial and legal candidates. Our team work closely with organisations like CIMA, AAT, ACCA and the Institute of Chartered Accounts as well as CILEx. This is to ensure we are able to source newly qualified candidates and properly assist and advise in progressing qualifications or a career or finding a first important role. We support our candidates with excellent career management advice and guidance and take time to understand both our clients and our candidates. Our services
The Christmas break and the start of the new year often gives you the time to reflect on your career and make decisions on whether you are in the right place. How do you get ahead of other candidates? This is a competitive market, so how do you give yourself the edge? Using a specialist recruitment agency can help get you in front of the firms you want to work for, and the positions you want. At CRA we have contacts in both legal firms and in-house legal teams, meaning we have the connections you need to make the right move for your career. How to get the most out of CRA? We are here to help you. We can