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In today’s job market, employers face increasing litigation and complex policies regarding recruting new hires.
When you meet the interview panel, they will have already decided on the criteria they will use to select the most suitable candidate for the job and they will already have decided on how the selection will occur.
Sending a post-thank you card or letter will not sway their decision and it may work against you.
A job provides each of us with a sense of identity and worth. Having a disability, means there is a further challenge for an applicant to get their CV and aplication noticed.
This guide provides sound and tested advice on how to address the issue of disability on an application.
The UK university offer system is broken and not fit for purpose. It limits a student’s ability to apply for university places and limits a student’s option.
This opinion piece explores how the USA model works and how it can fix the UK model by making education accessible to everyone.
You are invited to an interview. How do you dress? How early should you arrrive? Will the interviewing panel understand that you are nervous.
This article covers the expected behaviour from you from the time you interview until the offer is made.
Preparing for an interview is a daunting activity and in many ways it is like having a second job.
How do you prepare yourself to answer any unexpected interview question?
The answer lies in developing a narrative. A narrative is a story that answer questions like, why did you leave your job or how do you handle conflict.
In essence, a narrative provides you with a tool to help you answer any questions and thereby, increase the chance you may receive an offer.
You have an interview invite. How do you prepare? What do you ask? This informative and easy to read guide will guide you through the interview preparation process and interview etiquette.
By taking 5 minutes to read this guide, you will increase your chance of turning your invite into a job offer.
Looking for a new job while employed is a time consuming process, which is a job in itself. It is easy to create generic CVs to send when searching. However, after a few months of trying to apply for as many jobs by using time-saving measures, you find you are not receiving any interview invites, why?
This thoughtful, timely, and informative article examines 15 possible reasons why you are not receiving job offers.
Why do you hate our job? There are many answers such as lack of development, time for a career change, how we preceive our work environment, and many other reasons. This means, there is nothing fundamentally flawed with your job but how you react to it. You have the power to either change it or leave. In this informative guide you will learn some techniques to help you to decide if it time to stay or go.
You apply for jobs and getting interviews are easy; however, none of them are turning into offers. What can you do better? What support can you obtain to help you perform better.