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February 17, 2014
There are many articles floating around the internet about how to conduct a successful job search, what tools to use and how to write a good CV and cover letter, so I wanted to address the issue of improving your job search through thorough planning and knowing exactly what you’re looking for before you begin your search.
Planning is key. By spending some time understanding what position you’re looking for and in what industry you would like to work (you can choose a couple of varying positions and industry’s, of course) you’ll be able to tackle the task of searching for the jobs that are best suited to you in the least time possible.
February 3, 2014
In a previous blog article I discussed the issue of candidate screening, what it means to you and your job hunt, and how you can better prepare yourself; ideally landing your perfect job! But, not every story and experience has a happy ending, so it’s just as important to prepare yourself for a job rejection: not because I believe it’s important to plan for defeat – I would never suggest you do that – but rather because it’s all part of the job hunting process; a job rejection from one company can lead to landing a job at another!
January 21, 2014
I wrote an article the other week discussing interviews and how companies were going about them; and therefore, candidates should change the way they look at them, prepare for them and get them! You can read that article here.
Today, however, I’m going to talk about the process of screening candidates. Traditionally, when a company is sifting through their short list of potential candidates they do a screening test to see if anything untoward, something that went unnoticed or unmentioned crops up, and this is easier to do than you might think. However, companies have shifted this process from the post-interview stage to the pre-interview stage in many cases. But what does this mean for candidates looking for a new job? It means you’re not going to get an interview, even if you truly believe you are the very best person on this earth for that job, if there is anything online that could be seen as damaging.
January 13, 2014
Zaheera Kahn is one of our Client Relationship Managers and based in our London office. She joined the team in mid 2013 and has become a firm favourite with many of our clients.
January 7, 2014
I read a great article very recently on interview techniques from the point-of-view of helping interviewers, so I thought I’d reverse analyse it and rewrite it from the point-of-view of interviewees.
The article started of by talking about companies looking at situations from a different angle, by actually digging deep into something and coming up with an answer by experience; a company that makes toilet cleaning products studied people with OCD to see what they did when it came to cleaning their toilets. As a result they were inspired to design a product that has a disposable cleaning head to make the whole experience more hygienic. The idea? Don’t just look at something on the surface, but get under its skin.