Besides preparing for the possible questions during a Job Interview, there are other (mostly) behavioral aspects you should pay attention to before and during it. In the infographic you will find a job interview Dos and Don’ts that might help you to succeed!
A British-style CV should be written based on honesty. That’s because most probably they will check your references and will find out if what you write is accurate. Besides, they value a lot if you show how skilled you are. Moreover, you should be very careful about the information you reveal about yourself. Keep reading the tips we give you regarding different CV parts: Format/ structure, Content, Personal information and References.
Soft skills can be defined as the personal competences that are part of a person’s personality and/or are a result of the experiences a person goes through. If you are looking for a job, you should definitely know which professional soft skills are most sought-after by companies.
As you may know, everyday recruiters have hundreds of curriculums to screen, dozens of interviews to organise and important decisions to make! Most probably, in order to speed up the process, on a first evaluation they will be looking for disqualification factors rather than differentiation ones. That’s why you should avoid making the following 9 common mistakes.
A Job Interview happens at an advanced stage of selection process and it is an opportunity to convince the employer to hire you, decide if the company and the job are right for you and to show your soft skills. Many questions interviewers ask are typical and transversal to any job interview. It is important to be prepared for them because it will allow you to answer quickly and more precisely. Keep reading to find out what questions they can ask you and how to be prepared for them!