Tag: interview

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Warning: You are wasting valuable job searching time by sending a thank-you letter

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.

How to Disclose Disability on an Application and Interview

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.

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Recruiting Manager’s Insider Tips on How To Succeed at an Interview

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.

Warning: Don’t make these interviewing mistakes

Before an interview being nervous is expected. Practicing questions, researching the company, and preparing helps to minimise your nerves.

Preparing is only a part of the interview. The other part is interviewing etiquette.

This guide highlights 10 of the most common interviewing mistakes applicants make. Reading this guide may mean the difference between rejection and offer.