job interviews

Your outfit’s planned, you’ve researched the role and rehearsed the questions you’re likely to be asked about it – so you’re
Your outfit’s planned, you’ve researched the role and rehearsed the questions you’re likely to be asked about it – so you’re
So, you've made it over the first hurdle and you've been offered an interview for a job you really want. You're feeling confident
A poll found a whopping 77 per cent of employers may be less likely to hire someone with tattoos.
Competency-based interviews (CBIs) were born out of the best of intentions. Their original brief was to make job interviews fair. They sought to banish forever the days when candidates were chosen from an old boys' network of those with the correct school tie or the right sort of handshake.
There are few things more emotionally draining than job interviews. You put in so much preparation, you put yourself on the line to try and land the role, then there's the nerve-wracking wait afterwards to find out how you've done which is even more stressful.
Image: Pixabay Be honest Don't just say whatever it is you think the interviewer wants to hear. If they ask you where you
You've spent three years (or more) studying, your degree's done, your CV's sparkling and you've landed your first job interview in your post-graduation life.
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Emulating your boss - to an extent, don't be creepy - in terms of dress is an unconscious way to win brownie points. Teams who work together often end up dressing in a similar manner and managers tend to be more aware of those who dress like them.