People - worth their weight in gold
People - worth their weight in gold

Professional and qualified personnel are strategically important asset of every successful company. All brilliant strategies and business plans are doomed to fail if there is not capable team to implement them. It is the goal of each employer to get the best and most talented specialists available, as such persons are worth their weight in gold.

Client oriented approach

Our activities are determined by our desire to establish a long-term and mutually beneficial relationship with a Client. We consider all individual requirements of the client, as well as a detailed study of all business processes, goals and objectives of the company in order to find specialists who satisfy the needs and demands of the company the most. 

Quality of services

Our team acquired professional experience working in the leading domestic and international companies. Our employees can solve personnel issues of any complexity and evaluate of how well a particular candidate will fit a company and whether this candidate will match the company values, as well as goals and objectives placed in front of him.


ARTE business group creates a confidential relationship with its Clients to protect any type of confidential and personal information.

Business transparency

ARTE business group guarantees diligent, fair and open performance of its obligations.
«Arte et humanitate, labore et scientia» —    Art and humanity, work and knowledge.

«Arte et humanitate, labore et scientia»
«Art and philanthropy, labor and knowledge»
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How to make a proper CV

A resume is an advertisement about you. It should highlight how your skills, experience, and achievements match to the requirements of the job you want to get. So the purpose of your CV is to make you attractive, interesting, worth considering to the company and so receive a job interview. An employer may have several hundred enquiries about a single job; he or she will only choose a few people who appear suitable for interview. Here are some tips how to make a proper CV.
Please, make your CV relevant to the position You apply for. If you are considering several position in different business fields, make several CVs. Each CV should be targeted on the specific job or career area for which you are applying and brings out the relevant skills you have to offer.
CV sections:
• Personal information. Normally these would be your name, address, date of birth, telephone number and e-mail. You can add a picture of you to this section, but first, choose it carefully.
• Education. Provide details of your education. If you attended more than one college, university, or training program, list them with the most recent one first. For each institution, include the name and the degree or certificate you received.
• Work experience. Get started by filling out from the latest job you have had. What is usually interesting for employers is a detailed story of your career. Please indicate and describe in detail the most important jobs, positions, responsibilities and successes relevant to the position you apply for.
• Additional information. Section should contain the following information: foreign languages, computer literacy, personal qualities, and hobbies.
• It is carefully and clearly laid out: logically ordered, easy to read and not cramped.
• It is informative but concise.
• It is accurate in content, spelling and grammar. If you mention attention to detail as a skill, make sure your spelling and grammar is perfect!
 • Use a standard font such as Arial or Times New Roman. Use font size 16 for your name, 14 for section headings, and 12 for all other text. Use bold font for your name and section headings.
• Be honest: although a CV does allow you to omit details which you would prefer the employer not to know about, you should never give inaccurate or misleading information. If a recruiter picks up a suggestion of falsehoods you will be rapidly rejected.
• Please, be ready to name at least two referees.