12:03pm Wednesday 8th June 2011
Interviews are designed to do just one thing: identify the best possible candidate for the advertised job. And sometimes it may feel that the questions being asked have been designed to deliberately catch you out or make you question whether you are up to the job or not.
11:54am Wednesday 8th June 2011
Your CV has successfully found its way to the top of the pile and you have been invited to come and meet your prospective new employer. They know your skills and experience and believe that you could be the right person for the job. All you have to do now is get through the interview and you will be halfway to nailing the job that you want. But, do you know what you should say and do at your interview, what etiquette befits the situation, and what will give you a competitive edge over your competition?
11:46am Wednesday 8th June 2011
You bought a new suit and you are ready for the interview. Also your CV is flawless and you even seem great on paper. Now, for the last piece of the successful job search puzzle you need to impress them at the interview.
1:52pm Wednesday 2nd February 2011
You did it. You landed an interview, dressed to impress and had great conversation, and you think you might actually have a shot at getting a job offer. But is there any way to actually know if the interview was in your favour?
11:08am Tuesday 18th January 2011
Job search techniques change, the labour market changes and job descriptions change. But what more or less stays the same is the job interview. It's your chance to sell yourself.