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16 Scott Bushe Street
Port of Spain
Trinidad and Tobago
 
Corner of Hosein Drive and Southern Main Road
Chase Village
Carapichaima (near Chaguanas)
Trinidad and Tobago
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Phone #1:+1 868 627 8233
Phone #2:+1 868 62 STAFF
Phone #3:+1 868 623 WORK
FAX:+1 868 625 1588
E-mail: recruitment@eaastaff.com
 

Managing Job Hunting Challenges

By Genelia Lezama
Placement Officer, Eve Anderson Recruitment Limited


Trinidad and Tobago is going through a transformational period and as such the uncertainty has led some organizations to place a hiring freeze and to reduce their staff support, whilst others are thriving at new opportunities and meeting new needs in the marketplace. Since January, Eve Anderson Recruitment has experienced an increase of approximately 18% in registration over the same period last year. As a result, the company has increased participation with career events to offer guidance to jobseekers and business professionals. The most recent event targeting young professionals was a one to one event hosted by Arthur Lok Jack Graduate Business School entitled, “Navigating Through Turbulent Times”. Attendees received a holistic perspective from a CEO, a Recruitment Agency and a Director from the private sector. These free sessions are vital as they are facilitating career guidance that is desperately needed in our country. The next career event is in Tobago with Arthur Lok Jack on June 4.



 

Getting Noticed at Work

I work really hard but I am not being noticed or acknowledged for my work. I think it is keeping me back from moving up the career ladder. How to fix this?



 

Should I take a temp job?

By Christina Bahadoor-Hosein
Candidate Manager, Eve Anderson Recruitment Limited


Yes. Temporary jobs are a good consideration and may better fulfil your lifestyle. Here are a few things to consider:



 

Turnover is high; Productivity is low.

By Genelia Lezama
Placement Officer, Eve Anderson Recruitment Limited


Globally the employee-work relationship is changing and businesses are shifting their focus more on engaging employees inorder to retain the best and build the best organisations. Across Trinidad and Tobago businesses are experiencing high turnover and loss of productivity as employees particularly the millennial generation operate in a transparent job market where new positions are presented to them via their smartphones, LinkedIn and social networks in the industry. They seek more than a 9 to five and are easily demotivated. Businesses must recognise the increasing importance of developing their leadership skills and focusing more on their human resource function as a key player in changing these attitudes and helping shape employees as creative contributors.



 

I need a change in my work life but I do not know what I want to do next. Where to start?

By Christina Bahadoor-Hosein
Candidate Manager, Eve Anderson Recruitment Limited


We all need change but starting is the hardest thing to do. Once you have recognised that you want something different, you must be committed to make those steps towards the change you want to see. Understandably, you may not know what you want to do, so you must discover what you enjoy doing and what you are good at. There could be a big difference between the two.



 

I don’t seem to deliver well at my interviews. How can I improve?

By Christina Bahadoor-Hosein
Candidate Manager, Eve Anderson Recruitment Limited


We all have experienced this. You are great at your job and very qualified for the job position but you got cold feet at the interview. It could be the result of anxiety, social awkwardness, loss of energy, stress or all of the above.



 

When is the Best Time to Start a New Job Search?

By Christina Bahadoor-Hosein
Candidate Manager, Eve Anderson Recruitment Limited


There is no time like the present – so as soon as you are ready to start; just do it! Keep in mind though this is not an overnight process. You must give yourself enough time to manage your job search, update your résumé, short list the potential companies and draft cover letters. You should also take the time to seek advice in your network and get second opinions. Sometimes we are not sure what we want to do next. Therefore it is important to set aside time to reflect and assess ‘what we are good at’ versus ‘what we enjoy’.



  
   

Risking the Brand

By Karen Lee Yuen
Client Relationship Manager, Eve Anderson Recruitment Limited


Do you consider your workforce the living, physical, representation of your brand? Your clients are likely to first interact with your people before they gain a sense of loyalty to the company’s brand. This means brand establishment, through the development of a strong company culture, is in fact of utmost importance.



 

Identify your high potentials to best represent and drive your business

By Karen Lee Yuen
Client Relationship Manager, Eve Anderson Recruitment Limited


Business owners are often tied up keeping their business running and afloat. As a result, they often hire talent based on operational or technical skills. Increasingly, employers are recognizing that there is more than technical skill required to successfully run their business and take it to the next level. Over recent years, top Fortune 100 companies are seeking to deepen its pool of talent through unique initiatives focused on identifying high potentials rather than high performers who fit their company culture.

 

Your Résumé must show entrepreneurial spirit … to get the interview

By Christina Bahadoor-Hosein
Candidate Manager, Eve Anderson Recruitment Limited


A great résumé tells not just what you do, but it gives the assertion of a good ad. It serves one purpose: to get the interview. It stimulates employers to want to hear the direct benefits they can receive based on what you have delivered in your last position.

 

Getting the Right People across the Caribbean with Eve Anderson

By Maria Chong Ton
CEO, Eve Anderson Recruitment Limited


Eve Anderson Recruitment is the first point of contact for UK & European businesses choosing to set up local operations; export to Trinidad and Tobago and deliver short-term projects across the Caribbean. We provide the market information clients need for Trinidad and Tobago and support small businesses and multinationals in Headhunting, General Recruitment, Psychometric Assessments and Human Resource Advisory Services (www.eaastaff.com). Our close partnership with leading business outsourcing provider, Aegis Business Solutions helps with the setting up of local offices and managing the back office operations (www.aegistt.com) and Eve Anderson recruits and manages local account executives to serve as distribution agents. This Group relationship with its combined local network enables the UK Company to obtain information seamlessly and liaise with one local Group provider so clients continue to focus on their core service or product.