All the latest recruitment tips, from interviews, creating the perfect CV and what to be aware of. If you’re attending an Interview through PRS we will always prepare you, however always do your own research – more the better! Updated Daily!
By now we all know that preparation is key if you want to succeed at interview stage. When it comes to interview day, you will have most likely researched the company extensively and studied the job description thoroughly – but there’s still a little more preparation to be done in order to boost your chances of success.
Let’s face it: If you could be hired for a job based on your resume alone, there would be no need to interview. But because no one is hired solely as a result of their work experience or accomplishments, interviews are a necessary evil.
There’s a saying that we’ve all heard a thousand times before – ‘There’s no such thing as a stupid question’. Now you may or may not agree with it, but one thing that all recruiters can attest to is that working in an industry where everything’s always changing, sometimes a little bit of advice from people who are in the same boat as you is exactly what you need to stay on top of your game.
To be completely satisfied at work, employees need to be given an opportunity to grow and self-develop. Nobody wants to be stuck at a dead-end job with no prospects for professional advancement. Enter corporate training and education.
We’ve all been there – a crossroads in our life when we are forced to choose between staying at a comfortable job versus exploring a new opportunity. The first option offers safety and familiarity, while the second offers new challenges, new surroundings and a bit of mystery and excitement as to what the future will bring.
for The Muse You’ve accepted a great new position at a fantastic company and can’t wait to get started. But, when you arrive for your first day, you discover that the amazing job you’d interviewed for is nothing like what you’re facing now that you’ve actually been hired. You’ve been catfished.
Cover letters can be a pain. You’ve essentially got to write a new one for every position you apply to. They’re less succinct than résumés. And they can turn out fairly badly, if you don’t know what you’re doing. Still, if you want a shot at the job, you’ve got to get yours right.
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