The days of merely glancing at a newspaper and making a call to get a good position are over. In today’s fast-paced, world-based economy, job-seekers must take the initiative of first seeking out an advocate that can provide them with the extra knowledge, training, database information and networking tools to step ahead of the crowd and secure a good position. Many jobs are not advertised, and therefore “hidden” from the average job-hunting candidate.
Local companies in an area like Bury might communicate information about a soon-to-expand department, a top-level vacancy or a surge in orders and needed staff to a recruitment firm that has typically provided reliable candidates for interviews in the past. Not working with such an agency can greatly increase the time between jobs, lessen the likelihood of securing a better position, and possibly limit the upward mobility and higher pay that comes with a well-secured post.
Daniel Adams typically begins its work for both employers and job-seekers by assessing the skills, experience and job requirements of each candidate, and matching those with the needs of area companies, large and small. While groups such as the Bury Employment Group, established in 2004, can enable many people for improved positions through government-supported training programmes, the advantage in securing the most desirable job with the best benefits and chances for advancement, continuing education and options for a happier career fall to the individual. The wise candidate uses the assistance of a seasoned professional firm to find the ideal jobs, yield the best contacts to reach, and even gain tips on interviewing for success.
Bury has gone through a shift from mining, to cotton production and then older manufacturing jobs to a prevalence of service-oriented companies, including telesales, information-based, clerical, online-oriented and retail service and support industries. These have focuses and requirements that are understood by an agency familiar with local contacts, job needs, specifics of each community and region, and therefore are best sought out with the support of professionals who can save time, money, stress and footwork in looking for that ideal job.