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Client Compliment

We would like to express our appreciation and thank you for assisting us, in substantially reducing the vacancies since February 2012.

We truly value the professional business relationship that has been developed with yourselves.  


Hayley, I would like to say a big thank you to both you and Elite for your professionalism, continual advise and input during this whole application process which took us right to the winning post.


Happy Candidate

Bronwen Believe me when I say that you are doing much more than just "your job".
I see it in your emails and communications with me and I hear it in your voice when we chat.
Great Positive Energy:-)

Impressed Candidate

Hayley and Bronwen thank you for all the reassurance along the way, I have been nothing less than impressed with the Elite team.

You are all incredible!


Thank You

Hi Monique,

I would like to just say thank you so much for everything you and your company has done for me during my job hunting time,you always availed yourself to answer and support me during the process.I know I was a pain at times but your professionalism was always so comforting.What you have done for me was extra special and I don’t think you can imagine the impact this new job will bring to my family,I hope you can continue to assist more people the way you did for me.



Delighted Candidate

Hi Natasha, I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for this opportunity. I am so happy here and the team/company is amazing. Somehow this was a perfect fit and has exceeded all my expectations thus far.

Again thank you very much with all your help on this journey and giving me this opportunity.

- Rhijnhardt

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Job Tips

30 seconds in 21st century CV design

The first thirty seconds of your CV can greatly increase your chances of employment. Thousands of CVs float around the job market every day, many of which compete with yours. Where a CV gives you a 30% chance of securing a job, coming face-to-face with a prospective employer increases your chances by 40%. The role of your CV is to generate enough interest and excitement for organisations to want to interview you.

Recruiters worldwide will confer that prospective employers take on average thirty seconds to view your CV and consider interviewing you. Recruiters know well how to sell you to prospective employers using this limited time, or face losing a placement. Look at the first page of your CV. Does it begin with your personal profile, “married, two children, code 8 license, hobbies: surfing the net?” What is that? Your chances of securing a job interview using this strategy are severely limited. Organisations of the 21st century are looking for 21st century CV design that tells them you innovative, creative, effective and different from everyone else.

Good CV design begins with a one page or less ‘executive summary’. It’s the sales pitch for You Inc. Open the summary with a paragraph of your number of years of working experience, titles held, and organisations and industries you have worked with. State whether you have both international and national experience. Include an outline of your education, especially if it post graduate studies e.g. MBA. If you have little or no work experience include your academic results especially if they were exceptional e.g. with distinction, cum laude.

A paragraph on your technical skills (emphasize the skills required of the job you are applying to) and your area of expertise. Include membership to professional bodies if relevant to your industry.

An outline of your achievement and accomplishments ends the summary. Most CVs describe activities instead of results. What employers are looking for is the impact of your activities on the organisation. If you were the top sales achiever for two years consecutively, that sells you immediately and eliminates the competition. Include any excellent references, quoting the referee verbatim.

For job seekers with no or little experience, this new CV strategy can be adapted with emphasis on transferable or applied skills learnt through various community projects, or participation in university student bodies, or part time employment.

With each new job, you need to work toward making this thirty-second pitch or elevator speech more appealing to prospective employers. Become the best, win awards, make a difference and you chances of employment will greatly improve.