….climb every mountain higher….what a tune! You thought S Club 7 were whimsically singing away to their hearts content, what they were really doing was paving the way for a tried and tested interviewing technique! Who knew?? We knew. I’ll explain.Let’s just say you have been invited to interview for your dream job. You’re probably
A role play is an opportunity for an interviewer to assess how candidates may fit in a position. It usually involves a candidate acting out a scenario that closely relates to a real life situation that would occur in the job you are interviewing for. Often the scenario will focus on problem solving or a challenging issue. Unless you are a natural
Looking for a new opportunity can be a job in itself. Doing up your CV, browsing the job boards, meeting with a specialist recruiter, preparing for interview, getting the time off for interview, attending interviews - all while doing your day job.So your finally in the very last round of interviews for your dream job, you feel your just about
This is a no-frills guide to preparing for your interview. There are generally five key areas to prepare. The potential sixth could be company testing, this is obviously case-by-case. I will discuss the five key general areas...
Interviews can be tough, even more so when everyone you meet in the days leading up to the interview gives you “expert” advice on what to wear, when to arrive, how to sit, correct and incorrect handshakes, the list goes on.