20 blog posts contain the tag candidate advice

New Year, New Career: Navigating the Job Search Journey

5 January 2024

As the New Year dawns upon us, many of us find ourselves reflecting on the past and setting new goals for the future. If one of your resolutions is to embark on a new professional journey, then you're...

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How to Bounce Back After a Bad Interview

18 July 2023

It’s the kind of nightmare that could see you waking up in a cold sweat: your interviewer throws you a curveball question, and suddenly, your mind decides to take an impromptu vacation. You stumble, y...

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Interviews: How to Answer the Question 'What's Your Biggest Weakness?'

8 February 2023

It’s finally happening – you’ve impressed the employer of your dream job and have made it to the final stages of the hiring process. All that’s left is to win them over once and for all at the face-to...

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The Challenges of Home Working

22 September 2022

Obstacle: Proving your productivity. Check your tech. Many studies suggest that employees are conscious of proving that they can work effectively from home to prove their worth and justify the arrange...

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Job Hopping - The Benefits

19 August 2022

Last week we looked at the meaning of the term job hopping, and why it can be seen as something negative. This week however we’re going to look on the brighter side. As long as you aren’t changing rol...

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Job Hopping - Is it a Bad Thing?

12 August 2022

You may well have grown up with the traditional advice that moving from one job to the next within a short space of time – or ‘job hopping’ – is bad news for your CV, and makes you look like an unstab...

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Example Interview Questions - Sales Role

28 June 2022

Where do you see your career heading in five to 10 years? Tip: Describe your goals over the next five to ten years and make your answer as clear and detailed as possible. If applicable, explain how th...

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4 Phrases to Avoid During a Job Interview

13 June 2022

In theory, a job interview should be a mutually investigatory conversation between an employer and a potential employee. In reality, however, it can very much feel like you’re the one in the hot seat,...

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Interviews and First Dates, What’s the Difference?

17 February 2022

It’s Valentine's Week, and for a bit of light-hearted fun, we’re here to tell you how your love life and working life aren’t as different as you might think. Job interviews are all about meeting an em...

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5 Signs It's Time to Find a New Job

11 January 2022

Most of us can confess to knowing how it feels like to hate our job. Your Sunday nights are filled with dread at the thought of what’s to come on Monday morning, and you can’t even enjoy your free tim...

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