Job interview can be tricky situations to navigate, and a sense of a relief if a common feeling for candidates following the conclusion of an interview. However, once the interview has finished, there is several things that you can still do to help strengthen your case for employment. Below we discuss some of the things you should do after an interview.
Congratulations! You have a job interview, great work. But what’s next? How do you make yourself stand out from every other candidate? Asking questions during your interview is a great place to start.
Finding new employment can be a nerve racking and stressful experience, and whether it is through your CV, an interview or a phone call with your recruiter, there are many situations where you can make fatal mistakes. To help you navigate your job search, here are 10 unprofessional habits you need to avoid, as these will almost certainly cost you a job.
Just as what you say during an interview helps communicate your fit for the job, so too does your body language. Body language can have a big impact on the way you're perceived by others, especially at work. It can seem silly but there are psychological reasons behind it, so thinking about how you're carrying and expressing yourself during a job interview shouldn't be forgotten.
Finding employment, whether you are looking for a new role, joining the workforce for the first time or re-joining after a period of absence, can be a frustrating process for many people. To help you in your search, here are eight tips and tricks as chosen by Victorious Job Search Ltd Recruitment Consultants. Don’t apply […]
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