Mynurva’s recent study revealed that 49% of UK employees feel uncomfortable opening up about their mental health at work. Furthermore, 54% of UK employees admitted that their workplace could do more to offer structured support to those who suffer. Although awareness of mental health issues has improved considerably within the
This month we held our first ever Facebook Live session, ‘Careers at Sea’! The event was geared towards 3rd and 4th Engineers, 2nd and 3rd Officers, and Cadets. All of whom were looking for assistance in finding their paths at sea. Our MD, Alasdair MacMillan, was joined by Seagoing Recruitment Manager, Lisa Gage, to
When you leave school, not everyone knows which career path is right for them. In fact, I’d go as far to suggest that most don’t. At Stellamar we are interested in the potential rather than the proven, which is why we’ve created a recruitment trainee programme. WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?
Some people describe the recruitment industry as a rollercoaster. I’d say that recruitment is more like the bumper cars. This analogy works better as a rollercoaster in a pre-defined path with expected ups and downs, loops and a start and finish position. Recruitment is not an easy ride, but you
As a big part of the recruitment process, preparing candidates for an interview is often bespoke. However, there is some universal guidance for best practice. As specialists in the recruitment industry, we’d like to share a few tips that will enable you to fly through your interviews. 1. DON’T BLOW THE