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    How to Craft the Perfect Job Advert

    Here's our top tips (and the pitfalls to avoid!) when putting together your next job advert.

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    Posted on 13th August, 2021

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    Talking Talent with Crunch

    We caught up with Crunch – an award-winning online financial services firm for the self-employed and small business owners, about what they look for when they're recruiting new team members.

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    Posted on 2nd July, 2021

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    From Intern to Innovation and Technology Manager

    With two new paid internships for 18-24 year olds available at Wired Sussex, we caught up with a member of our team - Chris Chowen - who started his own career at Wired Sussex as an intern and has moved his way up into his current position as Innovation and

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    Becoming Part of the Creative, Digital and Tech World

    We invited Gem Barton author of ‘Don’t Get a Job...Make a Job’, to talk about modern strategies and approaches to finding work and 'making it' in the digital sector. Focusing on the innovative ways to create your own opportunities, Gem discussed using

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    Posted on 28th April, 2021

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    Talent Talent with Bright

    We're talking talent with some of the Bright team, a web software development company based in Brighton, to find out more about their business.

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    Posted on 25th April, 2021

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    Getting That Dream Job in the Games Industry

    We have a wealth of awesome games companies in Brighton and wider Sussex. But how do you get to work for one of them? Kayleigh Peskett previously from West Pier studio tells us how to stand out from the crowd.

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    Posted on 4th January, 2021

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    Is Christmas a Good Time to Recruit?

    With the holiday season right around the corner, we often find companies put their recruitment plans on hold, even if it's a detriment to their business growth. However, there are some really good reasons to advertise over this period!

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    Posted on 27th November, 2020

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    Are Your Job Adverts Gender Biased?

    Part of my role here at Wired Sussex is speaking to members and giving advice and support around their recruitment. A common trend I have noticed recently is questions concerning accidental gender bias when writing a job advertisement. With that in mind; I

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    Posted on 21st September, 2020