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If you haven't used an employment agency to help you find work before, we appreciate you may have some questions. If you can't find the answers here, please contact our office directly.
General: · How do I register with Russian London Recruitment? · What information do I need to provide? · Do I have to pay to register with Russian London Recruitment? · How will I be kept informed of suitable job opportunities? · Is Russian London Recruitment committed to equality of opportunity? Permanent: · What happens when I go for an interview? · How can I write an effective CV · How can I perform well at interview? Temporary: · Am I eligible to undertake temporary work for Russian London Recruitment? · How do I know which tax forms I require? · How do I get paid? · What maternity leave and pay do I receive? · What do I need to know about health & safety when I'm temping? · What do the working time regulations mean to me? Website: · I've lost my Job Seekers password. How do I find it out? · I've lost my Employers password. How do I find it out? · How do I find Russian London Recruitment Office? · How do I contact Russian London Recruitment?
How do I register with Russian London Recruitment?
Step 1 Contact Russian London Recruitment office directly, or submit your personal details on-line.
Step 2 We always meet with you in person to discuss your experience and aspirations. Russian London Recruitment office will contact you to arrange a mutually convenient time for you to register once they receive your details.
What information do I need to provide?
A copy of your current CV is always useful and saves time. Don't worry if you haven't got one, we provide advice on writing an effective CV. If you're seeking temporary work you'll need to provide any one of the following:
· A document from a previous employer, the Inland Revenue, the Benefits Agency, the Contributions Agency or the Employment Service showing your name and NI number.
· A passport confirming you are either a British Citizen or a European Economic Area national, or which shows you are otherwise entitled to live and work in the UK.
· A birth certificate confirming birth in the UK or Republic of Ireland.
· A letter from the Home Office confirming you're allowed to work in the UK.
Do I have to pay to register with Russian London Recruitment?
There is no fee payable by job seekers for our service.
How will I be kept informed of suitable job opportunities?
When you register with Russian London Recruitment, your consultant will spend time establishing your key priorities and the type of permanent or temporary role you're looking for. They will discuss suitable open vacancies with you at this time and thereafter call or e-mail you (according to your preference) with additional opportunities. We'll explore every avenue available to us to find you a suitable position within your timescales. As we'll be working actively on your behalf, it's important that you stay in regular contact to inform us if your circumstances, availability or priorities have changed.
What happens when I go for an interview?
Once we've arranged an interview with a company for you to attend, we'll usually ask you to come into our offices so that we can help you prepare for the interview. We'll provide you with as much information as possible about the job and the company. Following an interview, call your consultant to let them know how you got on. We'll then speak to the company to gather their feedback. This information will help us to either modify or continue our search for work for you or to secure the role on your behalf.
Am I eligible to undertake temporary work for Russian London Recruitment?
Russian London Recruitment operates in a fast moving environment, so in order to fulfil our clients' immediate requests we can only accept applications from those eligible to work in the UK, or those who hold the relevant visas and work permits. When registering you will be asked to supply any of the following: A document from a previous employer, the Inland Revenue, the Benefits Agency, the Contributions Agency or the Employment Service showing your name and NI number. · A passport confirming you are either a British Citizen or a European Economic Area national, or which shows you are otherwise entitled to live and work in the UK. · A birth certificate confirming birth in the UK or Republic of Ireland. · A letter from the Home Office confirming you are allowed to work in the UK.
What do I need to know about health & safety when I'm temping?
Our candidate charter confirms our commitment to treat all candidates with respect and to act in your best interests. Russian London Recruitment therefore takes reasonable steps to ensure your health, safety and welfare whilst visiting our offices and working on our clients' (the Host Employer) premises.
Russian London Recruitment has a responsibility to pass on all relevant information provided by the client on any qualifications and skills you will need in order to do the job safely and to make you aware of any health and safety issues related to the booking. Russian London Recruitment aims to satisfy itself that the health and safety arrangements at the client's site are adequate.
Speak to your consultant if you require further information regarding Health and Safety at work
Are you looking for a position using your languages? Do you need answers? Let us help.
1. How do I find a good multilingual position? 2. Why Russian London? 3. How will Russian London help me find a position? 4. How long will it take me to get a job? 5. Do I have to pay a fee to Russian London? 6. What else can I do to increase my chances? 7. Where do I stay?
How do I find a good multilingual position? You contact Russian London The Language Recruitment Specialists. We are the longest established Russian language recruitment agency in London and can offer a wealth of experience and advice.
Why Russian London? We offer: A diverse database of jobs and clients, mainly international, recruiting for multilingual positions in and around London and abroad. Unique and exclusive positions Career counseling and advice Comprehensive interview and assessment
Ideally you should have an idea of what kind of position for which you are looking. If not, our team of multinational consultants will be pleased to advise you. We are both professional and friendly. Your details will be treated in the strictest confidence.
We cover many sectors: Management, Sales, Secretarial, Administration, Customer Services and Banking and we recruit for most languages.
How will Russian London help me find a position? In the first instance you can telephone us, we will have a brief chat with you and tell you if we think we can help you. Or you can send in your CV and cover letter to via post, fax or on-line. In most cases if you have strong language skills we will be able to help, even if it is not immediately. Positions are registered with us constantly and if we do not have anything suitable today, that can change tomorrow.
We will ask you to send your CV to us, if you have not already done so. If we currently have a suitable position for you, we will immediately ask you in for interview and register you properly. We will talk to you and administer some tests, including language tests and see the best way forward to finding you a position, for which you will be suited and happy. We keep a log of everyone who contacts us and if we don't have something immediately for you, we will keep you details for up to three months contact you when we do.
How long will it take me to get a job? The demand for people with language skills has never been greater and provided you have some skills to enhance your language skills in a more practical sense, we will find you a position very quickly. The recruitment process takes longer for more senior positions and often there are two or three interviews required with the Client.
Do I have to pay Russian London? Absolutely NOT. It is against the law to charge fees to candidates in the UK.
What else can I do to increase my chances? Always be professionally presented. Your appearance makes a strong statement about you. Although the dress code is more relaxed than previous, in the UK, we are still more formally dressed than the rest of Europe. Ensure that your CV is professionally presented an is typed, not hand written. State your education and qualifications. Describe your employment history, starting with the most recent dates. Describe your duties and include all the software packages, with which you are competent. Also state your hobbies and interests. Always be on time for your interviews. In fact, make a point of being ten minutes early. This is a measure of your professionalism, commitment and enthusiasm. Everyone responds to a positive outlook and it can make the difference between you being offered a job and not.