When you’re looking for a new job, being interviewed or resigning, you will encounter several challenges for which you may not be ready. Our hints and tips will help to prepare you.
It’s easy to send out bad signals when being interviewed – but employers will be watching for these and they could compromise your chances. Here’s what to watch out for.
It’s tempting to think that at interviews you just need to ‘be yourself’ – when actually you need to be in control. Making a good impression takes concentration and a little preparation.
Recruitment companies use a number of different interview styles. It doesn’t take too much effort to learn to recognise the styles. If you can do this, you can adapt your interview technique to the style demanded and come out winning.
Interviews are obviously the key point in the recruitment process. It doesn’t matter how good you are at your job, if you don’t interview well it will limit your career choices.
“Natasha was a pleasure to work with from start to finish, she was very attentive and really listened to what I wanted in my next role. Everything I said I wanted, she took on board and found me a role that met my requirements. Interviews were arranged efficiently around my commitments and the interview preparation I received was brilliant. She always followed up with calls when she said she would and is everything you would expect for a good R2R from a reputable company. I would definitely recommend Natasha and Futura to clients and candidates alike. ”Futura candidate