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AP Personnel launches “Get your Career into Shape!” career guidance campaign

  • Publish Date: Posted 01 February 2016
  • Author: Gina Le Prevost

​The Channel Islands' specialist junior to mid-level finance and commercial recruitment firm AP Personnel is delighted to announce the launch of its career guidance campaign "Get your Career into Shape!" aimed at utilising the firm's extensive experience in career consultation and recruitment in shaping the career of jobseekers in the Channel Islands. The campaign seeks to increase awareness about the job opportunities available in  the financial and commercial sectors as well as assist career seekers to make informed choices and inspire people to revalue their skills and opportunities. 

Gina Le Prevost, CEO at AP Personnel, stated: "January is well known as the month when most people get into fitness and make steps towards improving their health. Now that the body has been addressed, it's time to also look at your career and for us to think about this important aspect of our lives."

Running throughout the month of February, AP Personnel aims to drive engagement across all the social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+) with daily career tips, Live chat with specialist consultants (Facebook) and industry specific updates. Candidates can also tweet their questions @APPersonnel or post on the Facebook page of AP Personnel with the hashtag #CareerShapeUp.

As part of the campaign, AP Personnel has dedicated the news section on their official websites for weekly articles on career management and Job search strategies. Some of the key areas that this campaign focuses on are employability skills, self-assessment, interview and career guidance, resume writing tips, networking, building professional profiles e.g. LinkedIn profiles and using social media for job search.

With over 25 years of experience in providing exceptional professional service to candidates and clients, AP Personnel has emerged as a leader in its field with a strong foot hold in the Channel Islands.