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Questions you should be asking in an interview
So, do you have any questions for us? The answer to this is always… Yes! Questions show you’re interested in the role, they show you’re doing your own due diligence and they show that you know interviews are a two-way street. If you don’t have any questions it shows you’re not particularly interested in theContinue reading “Questions you should be asking in an interview”
The one thing graduates should look for in an employer.
A lot of graduates tend to ignore the one thing they should be looking for in their first employer.
Smash your phone interview.
Set yourself up right to get past the phone interview.
Should I address gaps on my CV?
The issue of great debate. Should you address gaps on your CV?
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How do I prepare for a video interview? Pt. 2
Welcome back to part 2 of ‘How do I prepare for a video interview?’ As promised, today I’m going to blast through a bunch of ideas that a lot of people overlook whilst preparing for a video interview. Today you’ll find hints and tips that are so easy to get right. But when you get themContinue reading “How do I prepare for a video interview? Pt. 2”
How do I prepare for a video interview? Pt. 1
Today, we’re talking about video interviews. Someone quite rightly commented on my last article that, right now, it’s all about video interviews. For nearly a year now, we’ve been stuck behind our screens. And, for what looks like the foreseeable future, you’ll have to work out a way to navigate these to get your dreamContinue reading “How do I prepare for a video interview? Pt. 1”
Do this 15 minutes before your interview starts.
In my last article, I mentioned that your interview begins as soon as you walk through the door. So, I’m going to touch on a few things you should be conscious of in the precious minutes leading up to your interview. After conducting countless interviews over the last few years I’ve seen a lot ofContinue reading “Do this 15 minutes before your interview starts.”
Don’t be this person in an interview.
This person was great. They did all of the right things. They turned up on time, they built rapport, their experience was spot on. We left that interview knowing we had found the one. And to add to that, we were in a mad rush to find this person. With projects and deadlines looming, weContinue reading “Don’t be this person in an interview.”