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Partner and Head of Family Law, Rugby
I have sat through quite a few interviews in my career. I can say with hand on heart probably only, say, a dozen have been truly really earth shatteringly memorable – interviews where at the end I have thought I must get that person to join my business.
Whilst I have seen some other incredibly great candidates – candidates who absolutely ended up joining my firm, there were many, many – far too many – that resulted in people not getting the role they wanted with us, simply because they made crazy avoidable mistakes, including:
We want the best people in our firm – people who are great at what they do, and are as passionate about their work as we are. We want you to be as good a fit for us as we are for you. Making sure you do your research, preparing properly and showing that you want to be at Brethertons, gives us the best opportunity to see if you are the right fit for us, and the best opportunity for us to believe you have given full consideration and research as to whether we are right for you!
I recently went to a conference where Sir Martin Sorrell was speaking. He confirmed that the biggest battle in business at the moment is the “battle for talent”. This means that you have to prepare to go into battle. If this means spending 5, 6, 10 or 24 hours preparing for a job that you want, then it could be time well spent. After all, if you were to join my firm, I would hope to hang on to you until the end of your career if you’re any good. Surely it’s going to be time well spent.
Speaking of people who might want to join Brethertons, we always welcome speculative CVs. We have grown rapidly in the past few years and intend to continue to develop our business. We might not have the job for you right now, but if you have applied and the job comes available next week, then you will be the first people we contact if we think you’re any good. So, all speculative CVs are welcome. I look forward to interviewing you….perhaps!
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