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How To Give Feedback To Unsuccessful Job Interview Candidates

I’ve noticed a worrying trend.  Candidates are invited to a job interview.  Obviously there are going to be candidates who are unsuccessful. The worrying trend I’m noticing is the reluctance of some employers to provide feedback to those that are unsuccessful. Now I know that time is short and there’s a concern about potential litigation.  On the […]

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Making A Good First Impression In Job Interviews

Job interviews are still the most common way of selecting staff.  While you might spend hours or days preparing, some say that you get as little as 30 seconds to make the right impression.   Whether this is right or wrong I don’t know.  At the same time you don’t want to leave this to […]

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Personal PR – How To Fly Your Own Flag

On many occasions of any career, there are times where it’s vital to represent yourself fully. To make the best publicity you can for ‘yours sincerely’. And there are easy tactics you can use.

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8 Tips on How to Excel In Job Interviews

You have done the hard work of completing the application form or CV and you find out that you have the interview for a job you are keen to land.  Often when it comes to the interview stage people perform well below their best.  Yes nerves are a factor and everyone has them.  So how […]

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