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Anna's Farewell...

Written by Pulse Search Friday, 06 October 2017 11:03

For someone who has been dealing with countless job leavers and starters on a daily basis, you may not have assumed that my decision to leave Pulse would be such a difficult one. 

After falling into recruitment and, thankfully, onto Pulse’s doorstep nearly 3 years ago, I could have never predicted or hoped for such a dynamic and nurturing environment for my first job in London.

What I didn’t expect was to learn as much as I have done from the people who have been both supportive colleagues and genuine, lifelong friends; from finding the perfect candidate to finding the best lunch spots in Soho.

What else I didn’t expect was to meet so many lovely, creative people that I’ve had the pleasure of working with. From candidates to clients (and sometimes both), the relationships I’ve built will always be valuable to me.

Coming from a team so amazingly well connected to all corners of London’s media industry, I’m taking with me a comprehensive knowledge of how various businesses operate along with my contacts made along the way!

As of Tuesday, I’m taking a plunge into the unknown. My next venture into the world of interior design is definitely an exciting one, if not a tad daunting. I think it’s important to keep challenging yourself and, although my role at Pulse has always kept me on my toes, it feels like it’s my time to explore what else London has to offer.

That doesn’t mean you won’t find me around Soho on a regular basis with this lot! Not getting rid of me that easily!

Thank you!!
Anna x


Prince Harry's contribution to the world of work.

Written by Pulse Search Friday, 29 September 2017 11:58

Good on Prince Harry.

This year’s Invictus Games, the third to take place, is set to be a smash hit. Harry is widely held as the most modern of Princes and is a hugely popular figure both here and abroad. He manages to combine immense charm with a streak of boyish naughtiness.

His Invictus Games however, a project within The Royal Foundation, reflects the serious traditions that Prince Charles upheld when he started The Prince’s Trust in 1976 and it looks set to become as much of a success.  The event highlights a number of factors worthy of much greater prominence in the workplace; accessibility, diversity and mental health to name a few.

Pulse embraces these principles and seeks to promote them at all times in all its business activities. Everyone is treated equally irrespective of sex, sexual orientation, marital or civil partnership status, age, colour, race, nationality, disability, religion or belief, political beliefs, and we ask all of our staff to respect this and act in accordance with that policy.

Furthermore, the achievements of these Heroes show us all that we can all overcome our challenges if we apply the right amount of effort and believe in ourselves.



The dysfunctional family of recruitment

Written by Pulse Search Thursday, 07 September 2017 09:46

A dysfunctional family. That was the term used by the team here at Pulse to describe life in the office. After nearly two weeks working as a junior temp controller I can happily say that I believe myself to have been adopted as ‘the daughter’ in this warm, welcoming home.

I recently graduated and I was absolutely petrified about finding work and crawling my way out of my ever-growing overdraft (a fear I’m sure every student shares)! My sister had previously worked for Pulse, and I was thrilled to sign up for such a well-renowned recruitment agency. After working in several temp positions administered by Pulse, I was delighted to be offered a temp role working in their office. I was excited to learn the ins and outs of the recruitment world in such a lively environment alongside the people that had been helping me find work!

The world of recruitment maintains a fast pace, and I can confirm that the laughs, coffee-making and smiles come around just as quickly here in Pulse HQ. Looking to the future, I hope to fulfil my role as a temp controller to the best of my ability and if anyone wishes to get in touch with me don’t hesitate to email me on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . I look forward to working with and getting to know all of you, and before I forget…

Happy Friday!

Ella x


PULSE IS EXPANDING - TWO Junior Temps Administrators/Controllers

Written by Pulse Search Thursday, 17 August 2017 12:13

Pulse is a leading Recruitment Agency specialising in the Media, Retail and Luxury Goods sectors.  We are now looking to recruit TWO Junior Consultants to work alongside the expanding team.  With over 15 years’ experience as market leaders, Pulse has an exemplary client list of high profile companies.  We are very proud to be working with many of London’s leading companies in the world of Advertising, Television, Music, Film, Publishing, Design, PR, TV, Fashion and Luxury Goods.

Duties Include:


  • Sourcing and interviewing junior candidates
  • Liaising with existing clients
  • Taking briefs from clients
  • Filling temp briefs alongside the Temps Controller
  • Shortlisting and briefing candidates
  • Keep temps availability spreadsheet up to date
  • Keep temps working spreadsheet up to date
  • Ensuring new starter details are kept up to date
  • Assisting the Temps Controller with weekly ring rounds to temps and clients
  • Chasing temp timesheets on a weekly basis

New Business

  • Researching potential new business leads
  • Following up on leads for new business
  • Keep new business spreadsheet up to date

General Administration

  • Social Networking – keeping Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Pulse website up to date
  • Posting ad copy for recruitment job boards
  • Keeping candidate filing up to date
  • Assisting Accounts with all timesheets, payroll and general admin
  • Keeping abreast of client/industry news
  • Preparing pitch documents for new business meetings
  • General ad hoc duties supporting the Perm and Temp Consultants

To be considered, get your CV across to us ASAP!!

The Pulse Team

10 Things You May REGRET in 15 years

Written by Pulse Search Monday, 07 August 2017 10:06

1. Staying in the job you hate
2. Staying in a destructive relationship
3. Settling for less than you deserve
4. Not spending enough time with the loved ones - Children grow up faster than we think, parents grow older faster than we would like
5. Not creating enough loyal friends and colleagues - Not doing enough for your people
6. Not taking care of your health
7. Not taking time to learn new things
8. Worrying too much - worry saps energy of today without contributing anything to tomorrow
9. Not spending enough time on things you like - Travel, sports, leisure, etc
10. Not allowing yourself to be happy with what you have - Reacting rather than responding - No day is a scrap page in the book of life; being happy is a choice


The Pulse Team


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