Inevitably businesses that are bought, sold or merged often result in significant human impact. We recognise this is an awful situation both personally and professionally, so in this blog we explore the opportunities it can present, and what you can do to turn the situation into a positive.
The relationship between you and your recruiter doesn’t have to be only transactional. With a change in your mindset you can open up a whole new range of possibilities for your career. Senior SAP Account Manager, Mary Vidovich, shows you how.
Unhappy at work? Speller International discusses 5 steps you can take to reclaim your happiness in your SAP contract role before you hand in your notice of resignation.
Speller International share their top tips to negotiating your daily rate. Although it can be a difficult part of the recruitment process, by following a few key steps you can ensure you’re getting the best advice and information from the start.
Working as a SAP contractor does not mean you’re immune to office politics. Speller International explores 5 strategies to manage workplace politics and what to consider when you find yourself in a political environment.
When it comes to SAP recruitment, timing may affect how you feel about job chasing, but should it always sway you when it comes to searching for your new position? Find out the highest and lowest ranking months and why.
At Speller, we’re getting more and roles in Asia and the UAE popping up – great opportunities for those with the desire to see more of the world. Luke Day offers up some worldly wisdom based on his experiences working across the world!
At Speller, we’re here to help you present yourself in the best light to potential employers. This month, we revisit one of our most popular blogs from 3 years ago, an overview of the key attributes held by top candidates, from the point of view of an employer. Read on for more!
Have you ever felt interrogated by a recruiter? Sometimes it can feel like relentless question after question before YOU get any information at all! In our latest blog, we detail why these questions are a necessary part of the recruitment process, meant to get you well on your way to your next position!