Gareth Whyatt, Author at The Sterling Choice
We are a highly experienced recruitment agency within the Food, FMCG and Engineering sectors

Articles by: Gareth Whyatt

Why letting your recruitment agency conduct the first-stage interviews is a decision you wont regret. Blog

When it comes to hiring new employees, business owners, HR staff and senior managers have got their work cut out for them. Already time-pushed and…

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The Sterling Choice rolls out new profit-share scheme for employees Article

Despite the odds faced in 2020, our business has gone from strength to strength and we wanted to go the extra mile to thank our…

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14 Top Tips for Video Interviews Blog

Interviews can be daunting at the best of times, but for those that aren’t’ used to them – video interviews can especially nerve-wracking. The key…

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How to Prepare for an Interview Blog

As a recruitment agency, the quality of interviews is something that has always been important to us. The success rate of an interview is critical…

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This is Why You Aren’t Attracting The Staff You ‘Deserve’ Blog

The competition for employees is fierce and employing the right people is critical for any business. With the right people, your rate of growth will…

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What is the Benefit of Using a Recruitment Agency vs Hiring In-House? Blog

When it comes to hiring new staff, businesses are faced with the choice of using a specialist recruitment agency or letting an in-house team handle…

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September Company Update Article

We are proud to report that The Sterling Choice has followed in the footsteps of previous years and continued to go from strength to strength…

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Is There a Storage Shortage? Article

Space in short supply Britain’s food industry has been left scrambling for additional warehousing space as growing fears of a no-deal Brexit have led manufacturers…

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What should the Government do to attract people to the food industry? Article

The UK’s food industry offers a diverse range of roles. From factory workers to scientists and analysts, and yet the sector is crying out for…

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