"Tom Peters said that you should keep on breaking your business down in order to build it up again. This keeps companies more innovative, successful and dynamic.There has not been a better time to do this than in these recent challenging and unprecedented times where have markets plunged, banks have liquidated and countries have even come to the brink of bankruptcy. Companies who survive these times due to vision, determination and re-engineering their businesses, will come out stronger than ever "

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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.


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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:-)

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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!


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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.



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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.

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Body language matters during an interview

An interview is your first meeting with your potential employer; it’s an opportunity for you to shine and prove that you’re the person they’re looking for. Many candidates know the basics for a good interview like researching the company before hand and asking questions to show interest in the position, but how much do you know about portraying the correct body language? Interviewers wan t to see a positive body language. Here’s how you can perfect yours and increase your chances of getting hired.

Do the shake

Don’t underestimate the power of a good handshake; it tells the interviewer more than you realise. A weak, soft or wobbly handshake could mean that you’re passive, insecure or trustworthy whereas a firm handshake could signify confidence, excitement and trust. What do you want your handshake to say about you? It’s a good idea to practise your handshake on your friends or family so that when the day arrives, it’s natural and flawless.

Look your interviewer in the eye

An interview can be quite nerve-wracking, which is why it tends to be quite difficult for candidates to maintain eye contact. If you have this problem, set up a mock interview with a friend and practise your eye contact. If you do it well in an interview a level of trust could be established between you and the interviewer. But if you look around constantly or stare at the desk when you answer questions, it could show the interviewer that you’re uninterested in what they have to say. It’s also important not to lock your interviewer in a strange awkward gaze as to make them uncomfortable, so find a balance.


Your posture speaks volumes to your interviewer. When walking into the interview room, make a point of walking in with your shoulders back and your head held high. This will show the hiring manager that you’re serious about the position. Slouching, crossing your arms and fidgeting can show disinterest during an interview, so be careful.

Why so serious?

You’re not made of rock – smile! A good smile will show the interviewer that you’re interested in what they have to say.

Get in tune with your tone

Your tone of voice needs to be just right. Instead of a shy soft voice that shows a lack of confidence, turn it up a beat, but not too much. Your aim is to portray energy and enthusiasm for the position you’re applying for.