Working through any selection process for a new role you need to ensure that you answer for yourself the following four questions. It’s likely that your potential employer will be asking the same questions although not always in the following format.
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An interview is a two way selection technique – it’s just as important that you are able to make an informed decision about the company and the vacant position as it is for the company about you. Read full article »
Interviews are still the most popular form of selection for most positions and often individuals that perform well at interview are selected ahead of those that are perhaps better qualified but who do not perform as well. Good interview technique is vital to securing the top jobs and like exam success it can be learned. Read full article »
Every interview will be different, which is not surprising, given the human element involved and considering that every position is different. For this reason, every contract interview will also be different. You can not 100% predict what will be asked and how your will perceived. However, you can and should prepare just the same as you would for a permanent interview. Read full article »
Every interview consists of a series of questions from the interviewer to the job seekers and usually an opportunity for job seeker to ask questions. Interviewers do come in all shapes and sizes so different interviewers will ask different questions. They all try to satisfy themselves at the end of the interview and consider: Read full article »
Talking about your strengths is easy, but what about your weaknesses? We recently posed a question to job seekers and employers and it was unanimous that this is the most difficult interview question to answer. Read full article »