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8 ways to impress at an interview!

Written by Pulse Search Friday, 04 January 2019 16:36

Happy New Year, Happy New job!

Here are some useful tips that can help you get your dream job for 2019. Tips to help you excel and stand out from the crowd:
1. Be confident in your ability to be successful in the role
2. Be likeable, smile, make eye contact and listen
3. Do research into the company and demonstrate this
4. Be flexible, show you're willing to learn and take on new tasks
5. Set a hook, how will you be memorable?
6. Stay positive, you don't want negative 'sound bites' being remembered
7. Ask meaningful questions
8. Follow up, a thank you note within 24 hours goes along way.

Merry Christmas from all of us at Pulse.

Written by Pulse Search Wednesday, 12 December 2018 15:47

The Pulse Team want to wish all of our clients and candidates a really Merry Christmas.  We hope you have a great festive break and a healthy and prosperous year ahead.

We are really pleased to announce that Michael Casey (who most of you will know already) has become a Director of Pulse and joins Caroline Griffith and Rob Keane on our board. Michael joined us 7 years ago and has been the most loyal and diligent team mate and is now a Senior Permanent Consultant as well as overseeing our Temps Division.  He is dedicated, professional and above all, a delight to work with.  We do hope that those of you who do not know him already will have the chance to get to know him in the coming months.

We look forward to working with all our lovely clients next year and to helping our amazing candidates find their dream role.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

The Pulse Team

London Living Wage

Written by Pulse Search Tuesday, 13 November 2018 11:55

Last week the London Living Wage rose to £10.20 an hour, covering all boroughs in Greater London. We’re proud to be working with some of London’s most exciting media and creative agencies – on a permanent and temporary basis – and we have lots of lovely new roles we’d love to discuss with you. So why not get in touch and find out more about our vacancies and earn some extra pennies in the run-up to Christmas! Please contact us on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



Written by Pulse Search Wednesday, 10 October 2018 10:49

There’s nothing more satisfying for us than helping our wonderful candidates find work which suits them and their lifestyle. We often meet lots of actors and actresses who require temp work to keep them busy between jobs and last week we received some feedback from a very happy candidate. We wish her all the best with her upcoming job and would like to reiterate that our door is always open!

Hey Brilliant Pulse Team!

I begin my new job in a few weeks and will be visiting family etc. before the hard work kicks in, so I guess today was my last day temping for a while.

I just want to say a massive thank you. You’ve been absolutely brilliant, supportive and got me through what’s been a tough year that’s turned out quite sweet. I don’t know what I would’ve done without you. There’s not many companies around that understand jobbing actors and last minute auditions haha!

Rob you’re amazing!

And... I hope the door's always open to pop back.


Written by Pulse Search Friday, 28 September 2018 16:01

Happy Friday everyone!

We saw a great article from the Independent about the most annoying filler words British people use in their writing and speech. Interestingly we’re a nation of speakers who lack confidence, ‘with 60% of us using fillers regularly’ and 55% of us hating our own voice, resulting in us favouring texting over talking.

So we thought we'd share with you the top 5 most annoying filler words and top 5 most used filler words to illustrate what to avoid when writing your CV or interviewing:

Most annoying:

1. Innit, 47% 2. Like, 32% 3. Basically, 22% 4. Err, 21% 5. You know, 20%

Most used:

1. OK, 30% 2. Err, 26% 3. Right, 22% 4. Umm, 20% 5. Actually, 18%

Interviews are daunting enough without the additional worry of using too many filler words. Research your employer to ensure you’re armed with knowledge.  When you’re confident you’re less likely to use filler words and you'll come across more confident and intelligent.

Rest assured when attending an interview organised by us you’ll receive extensive interview prep and guidance leading up to the day, as well as post-interview feedback.


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