interview Tag

While you may be searching hard to find your dream job, rejection can be difficult to overcome. You may have thought you were the perfect candidate and the job was yours — only to find out otherwise. While there may be many reasons why you...

Most interviewers assume that the candidate is showing up having done a bit of preparation. They (hopefully!) have researched the company and understand the role they are applying for. Maybe they have been practicing some sample questions, such as “Why should we hire you?,” or “What can you offer to the company?” But what about when the interviewer throws out an unexpected question? Being put on the spot is the time when a candidate truly has to perform.  This also offers the interviewer a good opportunity to discern potential employees from applicants. Want to stay ahead of the game? Prepare to be asked these questions: interview questions

It’s the moment you have been waiting for: the call about the dream job you interviewed for last week! Everything about the job was exactly what you wanted and having left the interview feeling like it went well, you were awaiting the call with good confidence in your chance for success. Unfortunately, though, the call starts with “we’re sorry to say . . .” and then you know what comes next. While it is disappointing, it happens to all of us and more important than the outcome is what you do with it when you receive it. Here’s how to make the most of the rejection call so you can succeed the next time. job

When it comes to building your business, few things end up being more important than your staff. It’s your staff who are in the thick of it day in and day out, and you want to know you have the right people in those positions. The best thing you can do is find a recruitment agency who you are confident with to take on the task of finding the right talent for your team. Develop a relationship with the recruitment team and pretty soon you’ll have a great staff behind your company. Here’s how to choose the right agency: recruitment

With the increase in jobs that can be done remotely, so much work happening mostly online, it is not surprising that the interview process is not happening at the office. Gone are the days of not being able to land a job because you can’t go for an interview, or because the job is in a different city, a different country, or in a different time zone. Enter the video interview: where you open up a whole new field of job opportunities – but only if you nail the interview. video interview

A company’s best asset is its people, so hiring the right person for a job is absolutely crucial. A good hire can lead to greater sales for the business, a potential future leader to push company initiatives, or a hard-working employee who gets the job done every day. A not-so-great hire can mean wasted time training a short-term employee and disruption within a department. There may be several reasons why you’re finding it challenging to find the right hire for a position. Are you making any of these errors in your hiring process? hiring