Natasha Patel

Recruitment AdministratorSpecialising in Industrial

Natasha has been with Select since 2017 and works across our temporary recruitment teams as Compliance Administrator. Natasha ensures that all our paperwork and necessary checks are in order as well as offering resourcing and candidate management assistance to our Industrial recruitment team. 

Natasha is a multi-linguist speaking five different languages, including Hindi, Gujarati, Urdu, Punjabi and English! She is also a new mum, with a passion for the power of make-up!

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Claim 2022 as Your Year

'New Year, New You'.... Nope. You don't need to change who you are to make progress or achieve your goals in life! Whether you lose weight, reduce your stress levels or change jobs, you are still t...

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Employment dates to put in your diary for 2022

It’s always good to get ahead of the game, and now’s the time to get on top of 2022. With so much uncertainty in the world at the minute, we have highlighted some important employment dates that y...

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How to write a CV that gets you noticed

There are multiple ways how to write a CV that has the wow-factor, but unfortunately there is no magical formula that will tell you how to do it. However, by following these eight easy steps on how...

Does e-recruitment work?
What is e-recruitment?

E-recruitment is a term we are hearing more frequently touted by software providers and industry experts, but what on earth does it mean? It is simply the process of using a combination of web-base...

Mental Health Awareness Week
Mental wellbeing at work

​The past 14 months have been difficult on so many of us and our mental and physical wellbeing. This week, Mental Health Awareness Week, is a great opportunity to take a moment, step back and just ...

On the road to recovery
Recruitment: The first steps on the road to recovery

​The Recruitment industry is almost unique in that it can herald the first indicators of a growing or a struggling economy. It forms a thermostat on the wall of the world indicating which areas are...

What was announced in the 2021 budget review
How does the 2021 budget affect you?

​In his annual Budget review Rishi Sunak has vowed to ‘protect jobs and livelihoods’. A bold statement and one that he, and the rest of the government, need to deliver on for our economic and publi...

The time to start recruiting for 2021 is now
January 2021: The Starting Line

​The new year is always a good time to take stock of what is going on around you. The jobs market is always a good place to start, giving you an indication of the shape of the world around you and ...

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National living and minimum wage increases in 2021

​In the Government’s 2020 spending review, presented by Rishi Sunak on the 25th November, they confirmed that the National Living Wage (NLW) will be increasing in 2021.Here is a table outlining the...