A resume may tell a thousand words, but it doesn’t really reveal how competent you are to do the job or how you will act in the real-life setting of the job. Most interviews host staged interview processes which provide greater opportunity to show the interviewers why you are the best person for the job.

As part of this process, they generally provide an outline of important points that will be covered in the interview including a sample of competency questions which may be asked in the interview. This helps with creating fairness and provides a greater feeling of confidence on the day of your interview.

Job interview questions can be difficult to answer on the day. However, using a structured approach will help you stay on track. The acronym SBO (Situation, Behaviour and Outcome) is a great technique to use to develop your answers.

SBO Technique to Answer Competency Questions at Interviews

  • Situation – Begin with describing in detail a situation that you were involved in or give a description on the task that you completed
  • Behaviour – Describe actions undertaken, the process and steps you followed and completed
  • Outcome – This part of your answer is where you highlight actions that resulted in a successful outcome. Provide detail on what was accomplished, the benefits that were achieved and what was learned during the process. This is the most important part of the answer

For example, customer service is an area that is common in most workplaces. The interviewer may ask; “Tell us about a time in your previous role when you delivered excellent customer service?” Empathy, clear communication skills and patience can form part of this answer. Remember to keep your answers brief and stay on point.

While having the preparatory questions in advance is often positive, it can also lead to rigidity in answers at the interview. Remember to ‘be yourself’, outline important points and allow the conversation to flow naturally. Finish well and end on a positive note – give a confident handshake at the end of the interview and thank the interviewers.     

Need help on your job interview with us? Call us today, on 01 8783335 or email sales@3qrecruitment.ie – to chat with a member of our friendly team, to explore your options and receive valuable advice.

Celebrate the Season with Our Nurse Christmas Raffle!

Tis the season of giving, and we want to show our appreciation to the incredible nurses who make a difference every day. If you’re a dedicated nurse looking for a new opportunity, this Christmas could bring an extra special gift your way!

Win a €100 One4All Gift Card!

Submit your CV before the 16th of December 2023, and you could be in with a chance to win a €100 One4All gift card – just in time for the festive season! Your entry is simple: be a nurse with an active NMBI pin, and attend your interview with our client.

The Lucky Draw:

All eligible nurses will automatically be entered into the draw, and on the 18th of December, we’ll announce the lucky winner! Imagine the joy of unwrapping a €100 gift card, ready to be spent on whatever brings you joy this Christmas.

 Terms and Conditions:

Before submitting your CV and entering this exciting raffle, please read and understand the following terms and conditions:

Submit your CV to any of our nursing jobs, or you can send us your CV directly to cvs@3qrecruitment.ie

  • Eligibility: To participate, you must be a registered nurse with an active NMBI pin.
  • Submission Deadline: Submit your CV by the 16th of December 2023 to be considered for the raffle.
  • Interview Attendance: To qualify for the draw, attend your scheduled interview with our client.
  • Draw Date: The winner will be randomly selected, and the announcement will be made on the 18th of December 2023.
  • Prize: The prize is a €100 One4All gift card.
  • Contacting the Winner: The winner will be contacted via the contact information provided in their CV. If unreachable, another winner will be selected.
  • Public Announcement: By participating, you agree to the public announcement of your name as the winner on our website and social media channels.
  • Non-transferable: The prize is non-transferable and cannot be exchanged for cash or any other alternatives.
  • Decision Final: All decisions related to the raffle are final.

Best of luck to all the hardworking nurses who enter – your dedication deserves to be rewarded!

🌟 Celebrate the season with us and make this Christmas extra special. Good luck! 🌟

Do you find that there aren’t enough hours in your working day to get tasks completed? Maybe you’re bringing work home or staying in the office late – a lot? If this is all affecting your work quality, meeting deadline dates, and impacting your personal life, then it might be time to look into hiring a virtual assistant – a remote employee that can provide administrative support.

Virtual assistants provide many benefits in managing your day-to-day tasks. They can schedule tasks, mange phone calls, invoicing, book travel arrangements and respond to emails. They need great organisational and time management skills, and communication skills including excellent knowledge sharing techniques, to keep you in the loop. If recruiting staff on different time zones, the time difference will need to be considered.

5 Steps to Prepare When Hiring a Virtual Assistant

  1. Identify your readiness to take on a virtual assistant. It will take time to induct the virtual assistant so it will be of greater benefit if they are recruited at a quieter time, providing both of you with the opportunity to build a strong rapport
  2. Make a list of the tasks that need to be outsourced – tasks that will help you to focus on the bigger priorities
  3. Create a new job description – outlining the job requirements, skills, and if previous experience is essential. At this stage it will be useful to develop interview questions, while the information is fresh
  4. After you have hired the best candidate for the role, set up a preferable means of communication. This step can include scheduling times for a briefing meeting during the week that works for you both. This can be altered at a later date, depending on your needs
  5. Develop a performance measurement report, reviewing this step frequently after they have been hired. Chat with them to see if improvements can be made to the task list. The virtual assistant might be able to provide positive suggestions in relation to the handover of additional tasks, which might suit their skillset better and save you more time

Hiring a virtual assistant has many benefits. This includes saving you time and money, as they take care of the background work, leaving you time to focus on the core tasks of the day including high-level decisions. Their role can be part-time or full-time, depending on your needs.

Remember, building a strong rapport with your new virtual assistant will take time. It will be important to build a solid working relationship based on trust – this works both ways. This will help with the process of delegation of tasks, particularly at busier times, and will significantly improve your work-life balance.

Sometimes there are times when motivation is lower in the workplace. This can include when feeling undervalued, when there is conflict or when there is an unrealistic workload. It can lead to poor performance, unwelcome vibes in the workplace, mental health issues and job dissatisfaction.

There are many different methods to try to improve motivation in the workplace. Each situation is different. It will need an honest evaluation of the workplace dynamics to improve morale. “Obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it” – Michael Jordan.

8 Simple Ways to Increase Motivation in the Workplace

  1. Develop small goals at first, that are measurable, and that will help toward achieving bigger goals
  2. Encourage collaboration of the team and ask for each team member’s suggestions. Implement suggestions and get everyone on-board with each new change
  3. Try to remain positive throughout the process, even when faced with adversity from colleagues
  4. Develop creative ideas to increase motivation. This might include creating more autonomy in the workplace or encouraging feedback from the team to provide inspiring solutions
  5. Ensure to take breaks and stay fuelled, to feel energised throughout the day
  6. Reward great work with a team celebration
  7. Host frequent ‘huddle sessions’ to review team performance, concerns or issues, and invite solutions from the team to improve each situation
  8. Become a leader, regardless of your position in the organisation

While it is true management have a vital role to play in ensuring that there is good motivation in the workplace, we all have a part to play in improving morale. Obstacles can be overcome, with improved team effort and communication. Teamwork can make a real difference in boosting motivation, morale, and wellbeing at work. It can also help with lower absenteeism, create a great company reputation, and increase job satisfaction, making your company a great place to work and being part of the team.

Unique to each business, workplace culture includes many dynamics including work practices, beliefs and behaviours. Working in an environment with an unhealthy culture brings a lot of problems. Issues such as poor engagement, low motivation and performance, and high turnover of staff can make or break a company. Ideally management will work continually toward creating a positive culture.

Creating a vibrant workplace takes a lot of planning and getting everyone on-board with the new way of being. However, it will pay off in the long run and bring much success to the company. “Good teams incorporate teamwork into their culture, creating the building blocks for success” – Ted Sundquist.

Tips to Improve Work Culture and Teamwork

  1. Begin with a clear statement of the company’s vision and values. If your team understands these it significantly increases the chance for greater success. Leadership of the company’s vision begins with creating a large diagram of your vision statement to clarify the process and helps your team to collaborate toward achieving the goal. Placing this in the meeting room will remind staff of the direction of the business at each meeting 
  2. Build trust within your team. Delegate responsibilities and empower employees to perform their best, while providing adequate resources to get the tasks completed
  3. Communication is vital between all departments. Provide an ‘open door’ policy to help ensure team input is valued which creates a feeling that they are an integral part of the process. Delivering and being open to receiving honest feedback helps with real-learning, and supports opportunities for growth and innovation
  4. Create opportunities to collaborate and work toward success. Develop frequent huddle sessions to begin meetings on a light note by including a fun element at the start of the meeting. This will really help the team to work on company strategies and shared goals
  5. Embrace diversity of team opinions and feedback. Brainstorm solutions for greater input from the whole team. To ensure all voices are heard use a few methods for feedback including a flip chart, post-it-notes and provide an opportunity for staff to present their feedback after the meeting
  6. Maintain clear and consistent expectations – an integral part of the process. It helps to demonstrate a fuller understanding of the bigger picture.
  7. Leverage team member’s skills and strengths, and provide up-skilling opportunities when needed
  8. Expressions of appreciation go a long way in boosting team morale and job satisfaction. This can range from competitive salaries, bonuses, extra holiday leave and employee of the month programmes

Company culture is all about the team working together – in a holistic way, toward a shared goal. “Alone, we can do so little; together we can do so much” by Helen Keller. It can take months to develop a great team, yet it can lead to greater long-term results. Positive culture in the workplace provides quality social and economic rewards – increasing job satisfaction and staff retention rates, while increasing performance productivity and the value of the company. The ideal workplace should be friendly, supportive, flexible, fun, and rewarding.

Facing an upcoming interview for a new job? While there is much time to prepare before a job interview; there is little time at the interview to create a great first impression and show that you are the best person for the job.

Preparation is important to help you deliver an effective interview. Acquiring knowledge of the job and company and understanding of how your skills match the job criteria will provide a leading edge, and greater chance for success on securing the job. Most companies offer the points for discussion that will be covered in the interview ahead of time, usually in writing.

10 Simple Tips for a Successful Interview

  1. Research the company including the company’s background
  2. Know the interviewers name and the location of the interview, i.e. where the office is based
  3. Develop answers ahead of the interview, i.e. around competency. Develop examples of your ability to do the job and the way you act on the task
  4. Prepare questions to ask at the end of the interview
  5. Re-read your resume and the job spec one hour before the interview
  6. Practice with family or a friend – to listen to the tone of your voice which will help to boost confidence
  7. Arrive early, leaving enough time for traffic jams and to get a parking ticket
  8. At the interview, create a great first impression – give a firm handshake, speak clearly and maintain good eye contact
  9. Strong communication is important – listen carefully and ask interviewers to repeat or rephrase the question if you are unsure
  10. Demonstrate your unique selling point and why you are interested in this job

Preparation is vital and will ensure that you deliver a top-notch interview. “I will prepare and someday my chance will come” by Abraham Lincoln. Strong signs of a good interview include the conversation flowed naturally, the interview time was longer than advised, positive body language of the interviewers and you were provided with more information on the job role. There may have been hiccups on a few answers but don’t let this get you down. Focus on the positives. If it felt genuine and you experienced a lighter note on the conversation this is usually a good sign.

Need help on your job interview with us? Call us today, on 01 8783335 or email sales@3qrecruitment.ie – to chat with a member of our friendly team, to explore your options and receive valuable advice.

Looking to improve your CV profile? A poor profile can let down a strong resume whereas a great personal statement can make your resume stand out. Your unique profile creates a brief professional introduction of who you are. HR recruiters look for insights into your character on this piece. A strong profile highlights your personal statement and is crucial if you want recruiters to notice your application, and it helps to secure a call for interview.

Tips on How to Write a Strong CV Profile

  • Develop a brief personal statement – a short paragraph, up to 150 words. Your profile is an introduction to your CV. It will need to be positioned at the top of the resume. If it is difficult at first, break it down to into sections, bringing it all together at the end
  • Include your strengths as a professional – soft and hard skills, personal traits relevant to the job, professional skills, relevant key accomplishments including academic and career goals
  • Include powerful adjectives in the content such as ‘dynamic’, ‘diligent’ and ‘motivated’. For example, ‘proficient in MS Office’ or ‘delivered high quality customer service’
  • Use third person – refrain from using too many ‘I’s’ in this section. For example, ‘motivated, reliable, adaptable and responsible professional’
  • Proofread the content – edit thoroughly for any changes. It’s surprising; no matter how many times we read the content there can be one word that has escaped the check! Do a double check and ask a friend to read it

“Sometimes your USP becomes your weak point” – Aditya Trivedi. The profile on your resume is an opportunity to present your unique selling point and a catchy elevator pitch. Ask; ‘Is the profile strong enough to represent me as a potential candidate to land the interview, and secure the job?’ Remember try not to undersell yourself here and be honest. Family and friends will offer great insight and advice here and can help with the finishing touches.

Thinking of resigning from your job but don’t know where to start on your resignation letter? It is better to leave on a good note to maintain good relationships with your soon to be ex-employer, even if your reasons for leaving were due personal reasons or included dissatisfaction on the job.

The final draft of the resignation letter should be two to three paragraphs, and not longer than one page. Re-read your contract terms and conditions. There is usually a section in the contract highlighting what is required when resigning from your job.   

Tips for Writing a Resignation Letter

  • Include the company name and address
  • Include the date of your resignation
  • Subject line – include the statement of resignation here
  • Include your intention to resign in the opening paragraph  
  • Provide two weeks’ notice, depending on your contract terms and conditions
  • State your last day of employment. Ideally this is two weeks’ notice in advance from the date of your resignation letter
  • As an offer of goodwill and support to the organisation, request a meeting with HR or management before your last day of work to offer a full handover and to train your replacement, and to close up matters in relation in relation to termination of employment with human resources
  • Express appreciation for your time with the organisation
  • Include your signature and job title

It is best to hand in your notice of resignation in person, providing a hard copy of your resignation letter. However this is not always possible. In this case, forwarding your resignation letter via email is acceptable for most employers.

“Don’t be afraid to start over. It’s a chance to build something better this time” – Y. Tiwari. After you’ve met with management or human resources it’s time to start the next chapter of your life – enjoy the new journey!

Looking for a change in your life? Looking for some inspiration? Thinking about a career change? While certainty is something we all naturally crave for in life, it can keep us stuck in a rut and prevent us from growing.

There are many ways we incorporate can change into our lives. Some are complex or may take time. What if there was a simpler way to approach this process of transformation? Looking at the end goal; what is the one word or thing that could be the defining ‘light-bulb-moment’ that can lead you to want to change – the destiny changer?

Begin the Process to Unlocking Your Transformation

  1. Find a quiet space with a journal to jot some notes and ideas
  2. Ask; “What is the one word or thing that means success to me?” This is that word that will be your driving motivator, one that is simple to remember and helps to keep you on track
  3. Begin to open your heart and mind to the answer – wait, and jot down everything that comes to mind
  4. Allow distracting thoughts to pass when they crop up. Remember it takes time when you first start the process of exploring
  5. Explore again and repeat the question. Words are powerful – keep jotting down any words that come to mind. They can be radical or simple
  6. Finish the process after twenty minutes. This is enough time to percolate the initial brainstorming session of this new process
  7. Return to this journey of exploration and change another day, and jot down additional words that surface
  8. Following a few meditations, common words will crop up many times. They will provide a clue to the one-true-word that will help you to focus on the one word to help shift your direction in life. Examples include love, money, or adventure. You will know the one-word, and if it feels right for you, it will truly resonate with your gut, heart, or intuition

Transformation takes work – a lot of exploration and effort, some guidance and support from family and friends, and action. It will all be worth it in the end, as you begin to see positive changes on your journey to success.

It will require a lot of faith, belief in yourself, and a little hope too – embrace change and feel empowered. “Old ways won’t open new doors” – be open to new opportunities where the benefits can be major and transform your personal and professional life. Incorporate feelings into your one-word. These will be your driving force to help you change and lead you to a destiny of success. Changing your focus can open new doors and change your destiny to live a better life!

Have you ever walked into a business and just felt an atmosphere of genuine welcome and great connection with the staff? It is an experience that will leave you with a feeling of wanting to come back again, really soon. Change your thought to the opposite side of the coin; can you remember experiencing poor customer service, where you wanted to walk right out the door as soon as you walked in?

“Customer service is the new marketing, it’s what differentiates one business from another” – Jay Baer. Meeting front line workers can make or break customer service experiences. Whilst you expect to have a positive experience in a luxury hotel, quality customer service can be brought into any business.

Tips to Create the Quality Customer Service

  1. Consider the ambience, flow, and experience from the view of the customer

Does it work from a practical point of view? User interfaces provide clear labels and messaging and provide comfort to the customer. Implement touch-point maps for larger buildings to guide your customers to their destination. This can help to avoid frustrations, delays for appointments and support them on their journey as they use the service. Implement colourful advisory boards in the lobby area. Notices can include special offers, pricing list and promote other businesses in the local area. A copy of the company’s mission statement can be included here too, showing the customer your commitment to them for their business.

  • Listen to the customer

Where possible meet their needs before they know what they need. Train staff to provide a service that goes beyond meeting customer expectations. The rewards will be great for both parties – boosting customer retention and referral, and the bottom line. Host frequent measurement meetings to evaluate performance and feedback and continue to improve the service.

  • Remember small gestures can really make a big difference
  • Emotions play an important part of the user’s experience

Greet customers with a friendly smile. Provide them with your full attention when they enter the building

  • Respond promptly to customer feedback

Customers that have a poor experience will typically walk out and tell their family and friends of their experience. At this point the opportunity to resolve the situation is lost. Ensure to ask before they leave for their feedback – asking if they are happy with the service or if they can provide recommendations for improvement

  • Employ a mystery shopper

Mystery shoppers engage with your brand on all levels, taking notes on all experiences. Their discerning eye will be more critical than your average customer. The mystery shopper’s feedback can provide you with opportunities for improvement, and suggest processes that can be replaced with another idea or eliminated

  • Research your customer to understand their real needs

Customer feedback can be acquired at many stages of the customer’s journey – at the point of sale or by asking them to complete a customer feedback form or to take part in a simple survey.

  • Offer reward systems to loyal customers

They will value your token of gratitude and appreciate your goodwill gesture.

Delivery of exceptional, rich user experiences in customer service provides dynamic and interactive processes which create a more credible service. There is added value to the customer in a meaningful way, which will prompt them to promote your service. Similar to front-line staff, customers are powerful advocates for any business – referring new service users, based on their experience. This can save a company time and money, particularly on marketing costs.

Are you working with a recruitment agency or considering it as an option as part of your next career move? To get the best possible service, it is important to create a great rapport with recruitment staff. They have specialist knowledge in this area and offer great support on each interaction.

Recruitment agency staff can really assist you to get off to a strong start on your next job and advance your career as a contractor. There are a couple of ways that can boost your relationship with staff members which will speed up and benefit the process. 

Tips to Benefit Relationships with Agency Recruiters

  • Develop a positive relationship

Be honest; let them know your needs on hours and location, if you’re flexible and provide any other important details on your ideal job. It’s ok to decline suggestions and offers. Maintain regular contact with them and advice any updates. This will provide agency recruiters with a better understanding of your needs, and they will be able to find you a suitable role, as they will have all the information to hand. As the relationship develops, the recruiters can provide additional feedback to potential employers on your application, based on their records.

  • Know the job market and your expectations

The supply-and-demand for jobs in the market can change. Recruitment agencies possess vast knowledge of the labour market. If you are looking for a new job, thinking of starting work as a contractor or looking to change your role within the sector, it will be useful to know any changes to jobs in your sector – the effect on rates of pay or changes on training requirements. Recruiters are up to date on this information and will be able to suggest recommendations to advance future applications and may be able to negotiate your salary

  • Find a recruitment agency you are happy to work with

While there are many recruitment agencies, it is important that you feel confident when working with your chosen recruiter. Part of their role is to support you in finding a new job, up-skilling or updating your resume. Agency recruiters are available to fully support your career path – when your contract will be renewed, to answer questions on a new organisation or to chat with if you are experiencing a difficult environment in your current job, resourced by them.  

The role of your recruitment agency is to secure you with employment in a short timeframe, build your skills and improve the experience on your resume. This can save you a lot of time and money. Frequent check-ins with your recruiter will really help you on the road to your next assignment. They will update their system as new information is shared and will be in a better position to support you all the way – preparing your for a new job, securing a job and supporting you while you are working in your new role. 

Call us today, on 01 8783335 or email sales@3qrecruitment.ie – to chat with a member of our friendly team, to explore your options and receive valuable advice.

Do you find the work tasks are getting bigger? Is time management becoming an issue? Most often time management is poor when there is no plan, or goals are not clear. With no plan in place, procrastination can set in and lead to frustration at the end of a busy week. Long-term, the effects will most likely cause stress, anxiety or at worst suffering symptoms of burnout.

Most workers have a limit on their time to complete tasks. This may be higher some weeks due to impending deadlines, extra workload pressure, training new staff or returning back to work after a bank holiday weekend. Common downfalls in time management include allocating too little time to high priority tasks, poor delegation skills or allowing distractions take over limited time. Although it takes time to set this new plan in place, it will be time well spent in the long run!

15 Tips for Successful Time Management at Work

  1. Complete a time audit to understand how you are currently spending your time at work
  2. Develop a weekly schedule planner
  3. Prioritise tasks – schedule high priority tasks at the start of the day
  4. Assign realistic time limits for each task
  5. Group similar tasks together
  6. Prioritise the most difficult task at the start of the day
  7. Learn to say no, when needed
  8. Be aware of distractions and hold boundaries
  9. Build in buffer times to allow for extra time on larger tasks or for work meetings
  10. Use the 4 D’s – Do, Defer, Delegate and Delete when scheduling your weekly tasks
  11. Be flexible – although it is ideal to stay focused, allow for inevitable delays
  12. Set SMART goals, particularly for larger tasks
  13. Colour code the schedule if you enjoy working with bright colours
  14. Choose a smart schedule layout – one that you can easily read and enjoy working with
  15. Up-skill with a refresher course to improve decision making or organisational skills

“The bad news is time flies. The good news is you’re the pilot” – Michael Altshuler. Managing limited time at work will help you to stay focused and work more effectively. The benefits can change your work-life for the better! You will find that you get a lot more done in less time, reduce stress levels and the new schedule will boost your confidence and organisational skills.

Have you considered registering with a nursing employment agency? There are a range of options for nurse’s jobs in Ireland – part-time or full-time. Signing up with a nursing agency offers many benefits to help you with your career decision. They provide opportunities to acquire roles in organisations in Ireland including private nursing homes.

Our nursing recruitment agency works closely with many healthcare providers and regularly put forward a list of suitable nursing candidates for roles within the organisation. These are generally permanent positions.

12 Benefits of Joining a Nursing Agency in Ireland

  1. Flexibility of work shifts including a choice of hours of work
  2. One-to-one consultation with friendly staff who offer support and advice throughout the process
  3. Opportunity to increase earnings, or reduce hours – when needed, and work weekends or night shifts to avail of higher rate pay
  4. Reduces stress in your search for a job
  5. Open to retired nurses as an option to source additional income
  6. If weekend time is precious with family, requesting weekdays only is an option
  7. Opportunity to avail of openings in diverse healthcare settings, and grow your skills and experience
  8. Nursing agencies pay a higher hourly rate of pay and payment is prompt
  9. Nurses with permanent positions can register with a nursing agency to avail of extra hours to boost income
  10. Option to choose place of work, or another position if the position does not work out
  11. Opportunity to explore up-skilling needs
  12. Opportunity to expand existing network circles

“Let us never consider ourselves finished, nurses. We must be learning all of our lives” – Florence Nightingale. Nursing recruitment agencies are a great option to secure regular work that offers flexibility, offers higher pay and opportunity to explore up-skilling needs, and improves work-life balance. Thinking about signing up with a Nursing Agency? Call us today, on 01 8783335 or email recruiter@3qrecruitment.ie – to chat with a member of our friendly team, to explore your options and receive valuable advice.

Chef Jobs

Do you know a Chef that is looking for their next job? Here at Three Q we are running a Chef referral competition from July 1st – August 28th.

If you know a Chef that has a QQI Level 6 qualification in Culinary Arts then send us their CV to cvs@3qrecruitment.ie

Anyone who referees a Chef to Three Q (that meets all of the terms & conditions below) will automatically be entered into a draw for a €100 gift card.

Terms & Conditions:

  • This competition is open to the greater public.
  • Referral must have a QQI Qualification in Culinary Arts (or equivalent).
  • Referral must be based in Ireland.
  • Referral must complete all mandatory training & documentation.
  • Referral must sign up and work with Three Q for one month.
  • If your referral sends in their CV directly, make sure they give your details on their application (name, contact number and email address)
  • This competition will run from July 1st to August 28th.
  • The winner will be chosen at random.
  • The winner will be announced on the 2nd of September.

You can view all of our current jobs openings by visiting http://3qrecruitment.ie/view_all_jobs/

Introduction:

Welcome back to the 3Q Recruitment blog, where we continue our journey in connecting exceptional talent with thriving opportunities in the healthcare, hospitality, and catering industries. As we step into the month of February, we’re excited to share insights, trends, and updates on the dynamic landscape of talent recruitment in Dublin. Join us as we explore the latest happenings and opportunities in the sectors we specialise in – healthcare, hospitality, and catering – for both permanent and contract roles.

Healthcare: Embracing Excellence in Patient Care

February marks the season of love, and what better way to spread love than through exceptional healthcare services? At 3Q Recruitment, we are dedicated to connecting healthcare professionals with institutions that prioritise patient care and employee well-being. This month, we highlight the increasing demand for specialised roles in healthcare, from experienced nurses to skilled administrators. If you’re a healthcare professional seeking a fulfilling permanent position or a rewarding contract role, our expert recruiters are here to guide you.

Hospitality: Elevating Guest Experiences

Dublin’s vibrant hospitality scene is continuously evolving, and we’re at the forefront of it all. In February, we focus on the art of creating memorable guest experiences. From renowned hotels to trendy restaurants, the need for skilled individuals in hospitality is ever-growing. If you have a passion for delivering top-notch service and creating unforgettable moments, 3Q Recruitment is your gateway to exciting permanent and contract opportunities in Dublin’s bustling hospitality industry.

Catering: Crafting Culinary Excellence

As culinary enthusiasts know, February is a month of indulgence, with Valentine’s Day bringing a surge in dining experiences. Our catering division is abuzz with opportunities for highly skilled chefs, skilled kitchen staff, and event coordinators. Whether you’re looking to join an exclusive restaurant or contribute to catering events that leave a lasting impression, our team is here to match your skills with the perfect role.

Why Choose 3Q Recruitment?

  1. Tailored Recruitment: Our experienced team understands the unique needs of the healthcare, hospitality, and catering industries, ensuring a personalised approach to every candidate and client.
  2. Extensive Network: With a wide-reaching network of industry connections, we have access to exclusive opportunities that you won’t find elsewhere.
  3. Proven Track Record: 3Q Recruitment has a history of successful placements in both permanent and contract positions, making us a trusted partner for both candidates and clients.

Conclusion:

As we navigate through February, 3Q Recruitment remains committed to fostering growth and excellence in the healthcare, hospitality, and catering sectors. If you’re a professional seeking your next career move or an employer looking for top-tier talent, reach out to us today. Let’s embark on a journey together, where talent meets opportunity in the heart of Dublin. Stay tuned for more updates and insights from 3Q Recruitment.

Call us today at 01 8783335 or email us at recruiter@3qrecruitment.ie. Your dream job awaits!

Start the year right

Introduction:

Happy New Year! As we step into a fresh chapter filled with hope and possibilities, what better time to explore new career horizons? In this blog post, we’re here to guide you through the art of navigating career transitions with a sprinkle of Irish charm. At 3Q Recruitment, we believe in quality, people, and ensuring a positive experience for all. So, let’s embark on this journey together as we dive into the world of recruitment and career transitions.

Quality Over Quantity: Crafting Your Career Path

At 3Q Recruitment, we understand that the quality of your career journey matters more than the quantity of jobs you’ve had. As you kick off the year, take a moment to reflect on what truly matters to you in your professional life. Are you seeking a role that aligns with your passion and expertise? We’re here to make sure that the next step in your career is not just a job but a quality experience that contributes to your overall growth and satisfaction.

People-Centred Approach: Connecting with Your Ideal Workplace

Jobs are not just about tasks; they’re about the people you work with and the environment you’re in. Our people-centred approach to recruitment ensures that we don’t just match jobseekers with roles; we connect individuals with their ideal workplace communities. Because finding a job is not just about ticking boxes on a list; it’s about finding a place where you can thrive and contribute positively.

The Positive Experience for All: Navigating Transitions Seamlessly

Embarking on a career transition can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. At 3Q Recruitment, we believe in creating a positive experience for all parties involved. Whether you’re a jobseeker exploring new opportunities or a company looking to expand your team, our goal is to make the process as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Because positivity breeds success, and we want every transition to be a step towards a brighter future.

Unlocking the Job Fairy’s Magic: Your Gateway to Irish Jobs

In the world of Irish jobs, we like to think of ourselves as the job fairy, here to sprinkle a bit of magic on your career path. Our recruitment expertise extends to hiring for both temporary and permanent roles, ensuring that every job seeker finds their perfect fit. So, if you’re on the lookout for that elusive job fairy, look no further. We’re here to make your Irish job dreams come true!

Conclusion: Your Journey, Your Success

As you step into the new year, remember that your career journey is uniquely yours. With 3Q Recruitment by your side, you’re not just navigating career transitions; you’re crafting a path towards success. Whether you’re a seasoned professional, a recent graduate, or someone in between, let’s make this year the one where your career aspirations take centre stage.

Ready to start the year right? Contact us today at sales@3qrecruitment.ie. The journey to quality, people-centred, and positive career transitions begins here. Let’s make 2024 the year of your career success!