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‘How I prepared for my last job interview… and got the job!’ by Career Coach Connel Valentine

The advice given in this article was provided by Job Finder, Writer, Blogger and Team Leader Connel Valentine. Connel’s goal is to help you beat the competition with a standout résumé, effective networking strategies, and a brand that resonates with your market. You can find him here and connect with him here. When I ask […]

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Stop! Collaborate & Listen – how to win the heart of the candidate

We all know that finding a new job can be very stressful; from searching for work, preparing the application and speaking to the recruiter – and that’s all before being offered the job! With this in mind, recruiters should always try and understand what’s motivating their candidates, be it psychologically or emotionally, so they can

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The seven deadly sins of job interviews… & how to avoid them!

Business analyst and recruitment specialist Sheetal Rai from WORKNRBY gives you all the tips you need to ace the interview and get the job!  Mistake #1 Appearing uninterested[/dt_highlight] This drives the interviewer crazy. Most employers have more applicants than they need or want. If you aren’t demonstrably interested in them, they certainly aren’t interested in

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Skilling me Softly! How to make your LinkedIn profile sparkle

LinkedIn is the primary tool that recruiters use for candidate sourcing – therefore, it’s important that your profile is reflective of your skills and relevant personal attributes! Here’s some handy tips on how to achieve this!  Firstly, pick a good photo that you want recruiters to see! Remember that your LinkedIn profile is your professional

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How long should I wait to follow up after a job interview?

You’ve just aced the interview. Whether a phone conversation or an in-person meeting, your immediate priority should be to follow up with a thank you letter to the interviewer(s) thanking them for their time, and also reaffirming your interest in and qualifications for the role. And then, you wait and see, eagerly monitoring your inbox

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