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Making the right choice – Core strategies for selecting the right person at interview

By on Jan 15, 2018 in employer tips | 0 comments

Making the right choice – Core strategies for selecting the right person at interview

The interview is a pivotal point in the hiring process. Candidates will often focus on those few moments because they realise how critical they are and there are seemingly endless sources of advice on the subject. And with good reason, even the best candidate can make or break the chance of a dream job with a bad interview. What is less commonly considered, though,...

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So where do you see yourself in five years? Why recruiters ask clichéd questions

By on Dec 1, 2017 in candidate advice | 0 comments

So where do you see yourself in five years? Why recruiters ask clichéd questions

There is a moment in every interview situation that all interviewees dread, and it’s what feels like the inevitable cliché question. However, while they may seem to be standard rollout questions, they serve a very important purpose. One of the things about clichés is they sometimes have a basis in a particular need and in the case of the interview questions they...

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Talking like Scotty – 5 communication mistakes candidates make in interviews

By on Dec 19, 2016 in Uncategorised | 0 comments

Talking like Scotty – 5 communication mistakes candidates make in interviews

Treknobabble I appreciate this may not be a question you expected to be asked when you started reading this blog, but have you ever heard of “Treknobabble”? Apparently, when the writers would produce scripts for Star Trek series they would often just write “(tech)” in the dialogue where a science-based explanation was required because it needed to be written by...

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