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Covering the UK and Ireland, Logical offer a fresh approach to recruitment with unrivalled service. Whether you are ready for the next challenge in your career or searching for your new top performer, we can help.

Latest Blog Posts

  • 9 Killer Habits of Highly Effective Job Hunters -

    Job-hunting sucks, partly because the potential employer often holds the cards. This column is about changing that equation.

    I'm a career-changer at least five times over (by my count: first a journalist, then a lawyer, then a soldier, then a journalist again, then an author, and these days, mostly an entrepreneur). I've also started companies, hired lots of people, and had the amazing experience of interviewing thousands of very successful entrepreneurs.

    One result of all of this is that I've become an expert at applying for (and getting) some really good jobs.

  • 3 Job Search Tactics That Bring Results You Want -

    There’s a reason why people are advised to secure a job before quitting even in the best job market. Job searching can involve a lengthy process, especially when the best job search tactics aren’t in use.

    If you want results, you’ll have to lean towards the proactive, go-getter style of job searching. Use these job search tactics to help you!

    1. Tips around job boards.

    As popular as job boards are for job seekers, they’re not the best place to secure job opportunities. The problem is, if you don’t fit the position like a

  • 4 Tips on Making Quality Connections At Networking Events - 4 Tips On Making Quality Connections At Networking Events

    Whether you’re the outgoing type who’s not afraid to approach anyone or more timid and shy about speaking to people you don’t know, it’s important to set goals with each networking event you attend. By setting goals, you focus on making quality connections rather than coming home with a bunch of business cards for people you may not make contact with again.

    Networking events vary in size, but regardless of whether it’s 100 attendees or 1,000 attendees, it’s unlikely you’ll have the time