For almost all candidates, the most hated question in an interview is “what’s your biggest weakness?” But there’s a good reason why hiring managers still employ this age-old question— however much it might make candidates roll their eyes or run for the hills. Continue reading…
When it comes down to it, all interview questions ask the exact same thing: “Can we trust you?” Continue reading…
Ramadan is a period of religious observance in which Muslims fast from dawn until sunset. In Britain’s increasingly multicultural workplaces, knowing how to support employees observing Ramadan is essential. This guide provides a few helpful tips.
Social media’s not just a forum for half-baked opinions or pool party pics. It can actually be a powerful job-hunting tool that allows you to project a positive professional image to a wide, yet relevant, audience. But if you don’t use it correctly, you could end up falling on your own social sword. Here are some tips for ensuring your social media profiles give you the best possible chance of finding a new job.
As they’re receiving more and more applications by the day, hiring managers are increasingly turning to
telephone interviews as a means of sifting through vast numbers of candidates. Although phone interviews
allow candidates to get that proverbial foot in the door, they can also lure you into a false sense of security –
because they lack the immediacy of a face-to-face interview and can take place in your home. Here are
some tips to make sure you handle them the right way.