Welcome to the newly improved world of Ultimate HR Solutions!

Welcome to the newly improved world of Ultimate HR Solutions!

Dear Clients, Candidates and Employees, Welcome to the newly improved world of Ultimate HR Solutions! We have been pioneers in HR outsourcing and recruitment business for years. In this 15th Anniversary year of our founding, we take this opportunity to greet new clients, candidates and employees because it allows us to describe the Ultimate Philosophy- which commits to continuously improve on customer satisfaction and exceed service delivery expectations of our clients, candidates and employees. We are very excited to launch this new website with our new branding with a complete fresh look for our headquarters on Sheikh Zayed Road as well.  Our logo has gone through a complete makeover in order to blend with the current times- a time when partnering with the most effective is more important than partnering with the largest player in the market. As part of our commitment to keep our work easily accessible and transparent, we have created a more navigable website with additional information, including FAQ’s, and a completely new recruitment and staffing software with an applicant tracking system. Service Delivery and commitment on turnaround times has always made us stand out against our competition.  We are known in the market to provide premier outsourcing and recruitment service.  Today as we move on, we aspire to be the preferred partner for all our existing and new clients. Anything less is not good enough.  This means for every assignment we will deliver more than you expect.  By consistently going the extra mile, we are able to offer flexible and timely recruitment and outsourcing solutions. We are committed to go the extra mile for our...
Tips for a successful CV and FAQs in a job interview

Tips for a successful CV and FAQs in a job interview

CV / Resume Preparation Tips 1. Be neat and error free. Ensure that your CV is well presented in an easy to read format. Make sure it is grammatically correct with no spelling or typing errors. Have someone proofread your CV, preferably someone attentive to details. Even the smallest error could land your CV in the bin. 2. State specific objectives. Form a solid, clear objective that will help you carry a focused message throughout the CV. The objective summarizes your skills and emphasizes your strengths. 3. Why does the employer need you? Focus on highlighting accomplishments that will arouse the interest of employers who read CV’s asking themselves: “What can this candidate do for me?” Remember that the goal is to get the interview 4. Make a good first impression. On average, recruitment consultants and or employers spend less than 30 seconds scanning each CV. Most employers are more concerned about career achievements than education. Place the most interesting and compelling facts about yourself at the beginning, such as a list of accomplishments in order of relevance. 5. Use keywords and buzzwords. Include specific key words and phrases that describe your skills and experience, such as Product Launch, Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Sales, Account Management, C++, Visual Basic, Word Processing, MS Excel, Adobe Illustrator, Graphic Design, and Advertising. Use industry jargon and acronyms to reflect your familiarity with the employer’s business, but not to the point where it makes your CV hard to read or understand. Spell out acronyms in parentheses if they are not obvious, such as TQM (Total Quality Management). 6. Use action verbs. Portray yourself as active, accomplished, intelligent, and capable...
Changing your job can be a daunting experience.

Changing your job can be a daunting experience.

Thinking about changing your career /job can be a daunting experience. Before you make any major decisions about your career, you need to ask yourself what type of position you would like to secure. Think about what you like and dislike about your current role. Also take into account your current skills and whether they need to be updated. If you are satisfied at your current workplace but dissatisfied with the work you do, speak to your current employer if it would be possible to move into another role or department within the existing company. By doing this, you can keep the things you like about your existing company like the environment or relationship with your current colleagues or customers but you also get a new role. If you decide to leave your current employer and explore any opportunities that you may have in the existing job market, it may be difficult to know where to begin. We at Ultimate HR through our talent specialists will be happy to provide as much help with the whole recruitment process and we have put together some helpful tips that will provide guidance on cover letters, CV’s and interview techniques. WRITING A CV / RESUME If you are looking for a job, then it is very important that you understand how to offer yourself in the best way to an employer. WHAT TO INCLUDE? Career Objective This is a two or three sentence overview of your skills, qualities, hopes, and plans. It should encourage the employer to read the rest. It is best to add a passport sized photograph of yourself- either scanned in...