What Makes a Great CV Photograph

Published on October 25, 2017

Your CV or resume is the first contact you have with your prospective employer so using the right profile photograph is important. First impressions count and are made very quickly. So what can you do to help make it a great first impression. We see lots of profile pictures everyday and have put together some questions you might ask yourself when selecting a photograph for your profile. As they say a picture is worth a thousand words so make sure you use them to your own advantage.

What does this photograph say about me?  Read on to see our examples of worst (!) and best (!) photos to use on your CV and resume.

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Private Housekeeper London – Example CV

Published on September 21, 2016

You know you deserve your next job promotion.  You’ve dreamed of the perfect job and you can’t help but gasp when you finally see the dream job being advertised.

You know you are the perfect candidate for the job, but showing the prospective employer that you are the perfect candidate might be harder than it looks.  In a hugely competitive industry, never assume it will be easy to get an interview, and without getting to interview you might never get to show exactly how perfect you are for the role.

To get into the interview you need the best private housekeeper CV to seriously impress the client. Look no further for the best sample CV for housekeeping jobs.

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10 Most Important Interview Questions To Ask A Live in Nanny

Published on August 4, 2016

When hiring a nanny the interview is a critical point

Finding a nanny can be quite a stressful process, especially if you’ve decided to have someone come live in your house. If you’re braving the nanny hiring process on you own (without help of an agency) you need to do your due diligence to ensure the safety of your family. After background and reference checks, the personal interview will be your next best indication for the character of your candidates.

Asking the right questions in an interview will help you find the perfect nanny for your family, but it’s a little harder to brainstorm questions than you may think. We’ve put together this list of 10 questions to help you get started.

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References for Your CV – The Complete Guide for Domestic Staff

Published on July 21, 2016

Don’t underestimate the importance of your references! They can make or break your next position.

Finding a job in the domestic staff industry can be a stressful time. Through the process of re-writing your CV, applying for positions, attending interviews, and doing your follow ups, references can get put on the back burner. 

If you’re applying for a domestic staff position you’ll be working closely with high profile families and their luxury properties, so you can almost guarantee your references will be checked. If a family is deciding between you and a handful of other candidates, your reference may be the deciding factor.

Here’s why references are so important and how to create good ones:

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How To: Find A Job as a Domestic Worker

Published on March 28, 2016

Find your dream domestic job.

Are you looking for a job as a domestic worker? Perhaps you are already a seasoned professional and it’s time to move to your next position, or perhaps you are fresh out of school after watching Downtown Abby and are fascinated about the world of service?

The domestic job search process can be at times daunting, and it’s vital that you ensure you take well thought our decisions to protect your data and your safety. Different cultures and different countries all approach staff differently, so make sure you are fully informed before you make any decision that may affect your career or life.  So take your time and do your research.  Here are some top tips to help you prepare and find a job as a domestic worker.

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6 Things To Consider Before Training Your Staff

Published on March 21, 2016

Household Staff & Domestic Worker Training – The Right Way

For many clients, domestic staff are a part of their lives in their properties around the world.  Often these staff members become an integral part of the family and property network, providing the principals with the desired care and attention they require.

From time to time, however, standards can slip.  Now is the difficult decision as to let a staff member go or undertake domestic staff training. If you have decided on staff training you will want to ensure you get the best for you staff because it will be reflected in the way your home functions.

We’ve put together these six tips to consider before selecting a training service.


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Using A Domestic Staffing & Recruitment Agency to Find Help or Get Hired

Published on March 16, 2016

Protect your family and protect yourself

You’ve decided you want to use an agent to help you find your next domestic member of staff or find your next job – great!  But now the daunting steps of where to even begin.

With multiple agencies in London and around the world how does using a domestic staffing agency help you find help?  Does it help you get your dream job or is it all a waste of time? At times it can feel like a minefield, and you ultimately want to protect yourself, your family and ensure that if you apply for a job you don’t end up in a sticky or dangerous situation.  That’s where using an agency can help cut through the potential risks and give you peace of mind.

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How To Write The Perfect CV

Published on December 10, 2015

We are a recruitment company with a global network of clients and candidates and are sent hundreds of CVs daily to review. Candidates compete for some of the most sought after positions in both the private and corporate service. Once we receive a CV, the team reviews it and considers if it meets the client’s needs.  We try to match the candidates exactly to the needs of the client, as this is the nature of our business.  We aim to match our clients  to the perfect candidates by also considering personalities and a whole host of other aspects before  sending the CV to the client.

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