Jan
23

overcome interview nervousness

So you’ve got the call or email telling you to come for interview for the job you’ve always wanted and … you panic! You break into a sweat, your heart races, you ask yourself, what will they ask, how should I answer, what will I wear. (more…)

Jan
22
Annette Lewis | Job Interview Advice

job interview changing skills

Recruitment techniques have evolved significantly over time, with the stale interview structures of the past being replaced by fresh, dynamic alternatives fit for the digital age.

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Feb
17

job interview

So time to get ready for your job interview and in this article we provide you with the key tasks to complete before stepping through the door of the interview room. (more…)

Dec
10
I imagine you have arrived at this page because you have an interview coming up for a Job in Accounting or Finance. Indeed this is a highly competitive sector especially in the current economic environment where there are maybe over 50 applicants chasing each opening. (more…)
Nov
30
I consider the job interview to be the most important part in the job search process. It really is make or break and could be the culmination of months of effort on your part. You may have spent time creating a powerful CV or Resume, researching a variety of employers, applying for a number of jobs and been through the agency or application process. (more…)
Nov
30

What To Expect in a Medical Interview plus Sample Interview Questions

Having worked in recruitment in the Medical sector I am often asked for guidance on how to succeed in Medical Interviews. Of course, most candidates want to know what interview questions to expect and what are the best strategies for answering. (more…)

Nov
27
This article contains a sample of the types of questions you will encounter in Human Resources (HR), Training and Personnel jobs and for positions such as HR Administrator, HR Advisor, HR Assistant, Training Coordinator right up to Personnel Manager and Head of HR and Personnel. (more…)
Nov
27
You know when you meet someone for the first time you start forming ideas in your head of what type of person they are. You ask yourself are they trustworthy, are they friendly, will I get on with them. This is a natural human trait designed to protect ourselves from danger and ensure that we are safe. (more…)
Nov
27
Annette Lewis | Graduates, News and Events
A new survey has highlighted the difficulties that graduates are having getting on the career ladder years after leaving university. The Higher Education Statistics Agency recently published data on the graduates which showed that over a quarter were still not in full time paid employment. Just under 9% were in part time work leaving 63% out of the workplace entirely. In a time when university fees are at their highest this is worrying news for students and new graduates. (more…)
Nov
27
Effective interview skills are essential for graduates and school leavers entering the job market and trying to persuade a prospective employer to offer them that often elusive first job. A common problem and something to avoid is to approach the interview with the attitude that a top end degree is enough to land a job. (more…)