Demand for junior bankers in Asia leads to exaggerated CVs

By Nick Lambe – Managing Director, Links International

I was recently quoted in an article on eFinancial Careers about how junior bankers can be seen to embellish their experience in their CVs as a result of a high demand to fill junior finance roles in both Singapore and Hong Kong.

Communicate with your recruiter - we are here to help!

By Aily Foo - Senior Consultant, Temporary and Contract, Links International Hong Kong

In the world of Temporary and Contract recruitment, it is absolutely vital to be efficient. We need to find the best talent to fill the client’s requirements in a very short period of time, just as you, as a...

Never lie in your job application!

By Eric He, Division Manager - Links International Shanghai

I learnt a very valuable lesson with regards to the job application process from an executive search consultant I know: candidates should never lie in their job applications!

Links' New Website is Officially Award-Winning!

We are very pleased to announce that we won an award for Best Career Website at the Asia Recruitment Awards in Singapore on Wednesday evening!

The previous week, we had attended the Asia Recruitment Awards in Hong Kong and walked away with a gold award for Best Recruitment Team. We were...

What's really in a job title?

By Las Rodrigo - Head of Recruitment, Macau

One subject that has affected us all at some stage in our careers is this: our job title.

Links Career Tree - This is the lifestyle you'll have in 2, 5 or 10 years' time

Ever wondered what lifestyle your career will enable you to have? You're not alone - the best candidates always ask us:

What exactly is a good CV?

By Tracy Leung, Manager - Sales & Marketing

Something's different - has Links had a haircut?

No, but we do have.... a brand new and improved website that will change your life!

How to prepare for an interview

Links International's Macau team was recently invited to speak in front of 50 final year students at the University of St Joseph about how to prepare for an interview, following on nicely from our previous seminar in January about how to write a winning CV.

Tricky interview questions - expect the unexpected!

How do you get an elephant in a fridge? If you were interviewing for a new job, is this the sort of interview question you would expect to get? How would you answer it? Believe it or not this is actually a real interview question put to an unsuspecting candidate for an IT job in the UK.

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