Most blogs recruiters put up are to benefit candidates to help them secure a new position, however in most of our careers we will at some stage be on the other side of the table, and interview a potential candidate to join your company.
When involved in an interview process for a job it is important to get as much information as possible about what exactly is going to be required of you when in the job. If you have a minimum salary expectation, make this very clear. If you need flexibility with working hours due to personal obligations, find out what core hours the company
You have landed the interview for your dream job. You have done your research on the company. You are feeling confident in your interview technique and ability. But what about your appearance? Thinking about and planning your physical appearance is an essential part of your interview prep. Remember, you only get one chance to make a first
"By failing to prepare you are preparing to fail." - Benjamin Fanklin. I cannot recall how many times have I been on the phone to someone confirming their interview details, setting up a date and time for them to meet with a company for that elusive job they have been looking for and the person can often be almost blasé about how they
Why didn't Nicole choose Michelle? Why do employers choose one applicant over the other? If your job interview was like Judges’ houses, would you make it through to the live show and get the job?It was interesting to see some unusual choices being made by the judges on X factor at Judges’ Houses. Only 3 out of the 6 performers could go
An interview is what we call “the necessary evil” of the recruitment world. I coach people daily on interview techniques and etiquette and yet I know I would dread the prospects of an interview. However, when the end goal is a job that you really want, you need to put your best foot forward and not leave anything behind you in the interview room.