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job interview, recruitment, diversity featured
27
Jun

That interview – why you’re going to win

By Bernardo Moya Cracking that interview so you really shine and show why you’re the right person for the job can be easy. You just need to settle your nerves, boost your confidence, build instant rapport and make a lasting (positive!) impression. Here’s how: Settle Your Nerves Your number one technique for settling your nerves...
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23
Apr

Inspirational Woman: Angelica Malin | Founder and Editor-in-chief, About Time Magazine

Angelica Malin is an entrepreneur, podcast host and the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of About Time Magazine, one of the UK’s most popular lifestyle websites. Since launching About Time in 2014, Angelica has grown the Magazine’s monthly readership to 85,000 and social following to more than 100,000. It was recently featured among the top 50 female-founded...
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Things to avoid at job interviews, office featured
08
Feb

Five things to avoid in the interview process

Taking the plunge and kicking off a job search is a daunting task. After nailing your C.V and bagging yourself an interview, establishing what not to do in the rest of the application process is vital to land your dream role. Here, the healthcare and education recruitment specialists at Athona give us their top 5...
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08
Jan

New year, new start | How to get a head start on the job market in 2019

By Polina Montano, Co-Founder of JOB TODAY With the new year coming up, lots of us will be looking for a fresh start and for many, that means a new job. Casual jobs are becoming more and more popular with our latest research showing 25 per cent of women in UK are working in retail...
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17
Dec

Tips for a successful job interview

So you’ve secured a job aligning with your professional and personal skills, but you’re not sure how to actively prepare? We’ve collated effective tips to display further confidence and aiding in a successful job interview. How to prepare for a job interview First impressions count As the old saying goes, first impressions always count. An...
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job interview, recruitment, diversity featured
13
Dec

How to prepare yourself for interviews in finance

The thought of leaving university and entering the workforce can be nerve-wracking. But don’t panic, it’s just the next step. You’ve scored your first job interview in the financial sector, but now what? How can you best prepare yourself for the interview and potentially land that first job? The second part of this series shares...
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12
Dec

How to be bold in a job interview

If you’re reading this, you’re already successful. From a pool of hundreds, potentially thousands of applicants, your CV and cover letter have been selected for the job you wanted. The company want to progress your application and an interview is arranged. Naturally, you’re feeling a little bit nervous – but that’s to be expected. This...
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05
Sep

Career Advice | Interview tips

For some people, interviews bring up a nervous apprehension, but for others they evoke pure terror. Why do we feel nervous when going for an interview? For one, they put us in a situation where we want to bring forward the best of ourselves to the situation. At the same time, interviews are ‘artificial situations’...
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