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Job Interview
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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04
Jan

How to know if you’ve made the right hire

No business sets out to make a bad hire. However, between the first application and the last interview, it’s extraordinarily easy to make a mistake. Whether interactions with Candidates start to shift the original requirements or you have so much on your plate that you rush through the process, it’s not uncommon for managers to...
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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 feature
17
Dec

Five things that are just as important to consider as salary when moving job

Annabel Jones, HR Director at ADP UK It’s easy to think that a new role and salary bump is automatically a good thing, and most of the time this is probably true. However it’s also important to consider other aspects of your job and career when thinking about your next role. Will you have the...
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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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young graduate woman being interviewed for a job featured
10
Oct

How to hire your first employee

Congratulations – your business is growing and you’re ready to hire your first member of staff. But hold on before you dive head-first into a recruitment drive. Many business experts advise caution when hiring your first employee, and for good reason. Whilst a new employee may well help drive your business goals, hiring the wrong...
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job interview, recruitment, diversity featured
04
Oct

Diversity issues: Making sure your recruitment process is female friendly

By Zandra Moore, CEO of Panintelligence There’s a huge amount of female talent out there and if a business isn’t taking steps to address diversity issues in the workplace, including making its recruitment process more female friendly, then of course that business will be missing different perspectives and the potential that gender diversity unlocks. Businesses...
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Women Who Want to Improve Their Job Interview Game
25
Jun

Top interview tips to secure that job

We all worry about things that can go wrong before an interview. “What if I can’t answer a question?” “What if I answer incorrectly?” Or sometimes the most nerve-wracking of all; “What if the interviewer doesn’t like me or think I can do a good enough job?” Pre-interview jitters are natural and are the often...
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