It has been 2 years now since I made the switch into recruitment and I have to say it has been the fastest 2 years of my life. I wrote an article like this after my first ten months in the business so I wanted to refresh this a bit and take a look at how things have changed since I initially moved into recruitment.
With the recent announcements by the large multinationals based in the West of Ireland, I took the opportunity to meet with a number of applicants this week. Following these meetings, I can feel a sense of optimism about the current market in the West.
As someone who has previously worked as a temp employee, I know all about submitting weekly timesheets and that feeling of never being able to take holidays because it’s a day less on your paycheck. What I also know is how incredibly hard I worked to show my managers that I wasn’t just a quick fix. I was an asset to their team.Sure enough I got
A lot of tax professionals thinking of making a move from their current role often wonder is there much point moving from one practice to another, are they not all the same? Will there be a difference in the type of work, environment and career progression?