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As one of the leading engineering recruitment companies in the country, we are aware of the engineering shortage in the UK. The good news is that we have over ten years experience finding talent in the industry.

Software on-demand as it was originally coined or SaaS as it is now known, has been around for a long time and has been on the upward scale since, Marc Benioff, in 1999 declared “No software.”  His company, Salesforce, has since gone on to become the global leader in enterprise software solutions. 

There are not many people in their roles today that have not been affected by the explosion of Big Data and what it means for businesses across the globe. But what can we expect in regards to growth through to talent in 2017? Here are five areas to think about...

We are pleased to welcome Karolina to the team as our new Operations & Accounts Assistant.

Electus open a new London office and new Digital and Tech Division

Another day, another click to “connect” on LinkedIn. Your motivation bottoms out after searching for the latest variation of the same job with a different name. After checking—yet again—your stagnant inbox, you close your laptop in defeat.

It’s easy to get stuck in this draining cycle. My experience in the job search taught me that one of the biggest challenges is just maintaining the motivation to continue, especially when you're dealing with rejection and radio silence. But I also know that you can revive your motivation by making simple changes to your job-search approach, focusing less on all those resumes and cover letters, and more on you and what you want.

Climb out of your motivational slump with these five tips.

Since the 1990’s there has been considerable development in the design and construction of bridges ranging from boutique footbridges to long span bridges and large sea-crossings. Widespread use of computers and involvement of architects has improved both the engineering quality and aesthetic appeal of bridges.

Electus were honoured to take part in the official signing of the Armed Forces Covenant on Tuesday 27th September at Bovington Tank Museum, Dorset.

If you want to increase your chances of landing a job, apply for the gig on a Tuesday. 

According to recent data which examined a randomised cross section of over 270,000 job postings, Tuesday is the most popular day for companies to post job listings.

The graph below shows that the week is front-loaded with job postings, with nearly 58% of all jobs being posted Monday through Wednesday, and Tuesday being the day with the most action.

We are honoured to be taking part in an official signing of the Armed Forces Covenant on Tuesday 27th September at Bovington Tank Museum, Dorset. The Armed Forces Covenant is a government initiative for UK businesses to be a part of pledging support to armed forces personnel, families and veterans.






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