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  • So you want to be a lifestyle manager?

    Private service can often be considered a quite traditional industry, evoking images of gloved butlers in Downton Abbey-esque homes and headset-toting private PAs carrying clipboards. However, the 21st century has seen the diversification of the …

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  • The Four 'P's of Chauffeuring

    The chauffeur role is a lot more complex than just driving a car. From knowing the local area like the back of their hand to assisting clients with any last-minute tasks, drivers are an integral part of private households. But just what makes a …

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  • 5 reasons why you should consider a remote working role

    A growing number of people are now choosing careers that allow them to work from home – or anywhere in the world.  According to the National Archives, more than 4 million people now work from home out of around 31 million workers in the UK, …

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  • A Day in the Life of a Private PA

    Are you thinking of becoming a Private PA or are you intrigued as to how a Private PA can help you? We speak to Sylvie [1] about what a typical day looks like supporting a busy chairman. 7.30am: I’m up and dressed, and have started to go through …

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  • What a city-based hiring manager looks for

    Interviewing for a city-based role is not hugely different from any other - but if you want to work in the city, hiring managers are usually looking for some key specifics that might be helpful for you to know about.  1. Longevity Hiring managers …

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  • Five reasons you should consider a career as a receptionist

    The role of the receptionist is one that’s often overlooked by candidates as a long-term profession. But with the right company, career-receptionists can enjoy a rewarding and fulfilling career. We meet a number of front office candidates looking …

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  • Five steps to finding a great PA job in London

    There’s no doubt about it: London is an incredible place to live and work. The City boasts a deep-rooted history as the hub of financial services, evidenced by the stunning architecture and consistent buzz of activity. Cross over to the West End …

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  • A day in the life of a City PA

    We meet several PAs on a day-to-day basis. City PAs are particularly unique and we love to hear about the diversity of their roles from one day to the next. We asked one of our star Candidates, Lucy [1], about a typical day for her in the City. 6am: …

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  • Five steps to creating the perfect graduate CV

    When you’re fresh out of university with just a handful of summer placements and a weighty dissertation under your belt, it can sometimes be unclear to know what to include within the content of your CV. Which details would potential employers be …

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  • A guide to interview follow up

    When most of us walk out of a job interview, it’s not uncommon to breathe a sigh of relief. Regardless of whether it went well or not, it can be tricky to judge the right protocol with following up. Is it better to do nothing, and wait for …

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