Last Thursday morning, 27th March 2014, my colleagues Ed Rossiter, Rebecca Walsh and I attended the National Recruitment Federations (NRF) breakfast briefing held in the Limerick Strand Hotel.As an organisation working in partnersip with the NRF, LinkedIn executives were in attendance to present to us and
The key mode of greeting people within a professional business environment usually involves the use of the handshake. This is regardless of whether the greeting happens in an internal meeting, external meeting or indeed a job interview.
Interviewing can be a daunting task for any professional regardless of their level of seniority or previous experience. It is however the best opportunity you will have to gain an understanding of the role and company you are interested in and establish how your background can contribute to the company’s growth and profitability
For experienced professionals, one of the most dreaded questions is “What are your salary expectations?” There is a lot of advice available on this topic, but one size does not fit all. Here are a few suggestions that may be useful based on your situation. Research the salary range for your targeted job or title, education,
The tax team here in Morgan McKinley all got together to pull together some of the most popular HR type interview questions that commonly get asked. Below are a few examples and tips on how to handle. If you have any other questions that you are nevous about, please comment on this article and we will address it in another article!1. How do you