Would it be advisable to come to the UK to meet with recruiting companies, to put a face on my profile?
Question asked by Joseph Ede on 2010-07-07 21:02:41 +0100
Joseph- this is a tough one to answer- I would need to know if you already have the right to work in the UK. I have taken the liberty of reviewing your CV and note that you have excellent experience with large well regarded international businesses. What I would say is that all good recruitment firms are relationship driven - if they don't meet you they are unlikely to be pro-active on your behalf. They will be more likely to use candidates that they have interviewed, referenced and therefore have confidence in putting forward to their client. If you do plan to come to the UK- test the market and ascertain how many high quality recruitment firms can commit to seeing you before you invest in coming over. Ask them if they genuinely believe that they can help you. Ensure that you have clarity on the type of role you are looking for and whether you are committed to interim management or seeking another permanent position. Do we have any other candidates based outside of the UK that would like to comment? Regards Doug Baird- Interim Partners
Answered by Doug Baird on 2010-07-08 16:00:25 +0100
Use Skype and video conference with them!!
Answered by Andrew Dobson on 2010-09-17 15:51:51 +0100
Actually I have an European Community passport. A Hungarian passport and am authorized to live and work in the UK. I have checked and all I need to do is to go thru a registration procedure.
Answered by Joseph Ede on 2010-09-17 16:07:17 +0100
I came to UK last year and wanted to arrange a meeting with interim partners, but was unable to do so. I am now interested in an assignment in UK or abroad. can you please help. I am a British national and therefore, do not require a visa to work in the UK or Europe.
My contact mobile number is 00923008449025.
Answered by Mohammed Farooq on 2012-07-11 13:53:17 +0100