Research the company's digital footprint • Check the employer’s website • Carry out Google search • Look for news and articles • Find them on social media sites • Speak to the Recruiter What you need to know about the employer • What services and products they offer?
Take It Seriously - This is an interview, treat it like one. Make sure you do the research on the company and reserve time before the phone call to prepare yourself mentally and physically to it. Keep your CV on hand - Have your CV ready to reference in case the interviewer asks about specific info
Job interviews are all about making the perfect matches. Both the employer and the job seeker want to find out whether they fit well. If you are a Jobseeker preparing to take an interview, you can expect one or two interviewing styles. Even though the styles vary, it is important to note that there…
Are you conveying the message you really want to send in a job interview? We created this infographic to break down the science behind body language and help you make the right impression at interviews.
When we talk about brands and branding, it’s likely you’ll think of large companies, their corporate identities and core messages. However, the idea of personal branding has really begun to dominate the recruitment sector, especially for jobseekers.