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CV Writing Tips
In the first stage of your job search, you're only as good as the piece of paper you present yourself on. Is yours up to scratch?
What Not To Say In Your Job Interview
Respond to questions well, and you’re on to a winner. Let your words run away with you and you’re on the bus home. So what’s not OK to mention in that big interview? Notepads at the ready!
Five Signs It's Time To Leave Your Job
Sometimes, we just know when enough is enough and it's time to dust off that CV in preparation for something new.
Interview Nightmares Uncovered
Learn from others’ mistakes and enjoy a few of these cringe-worthy interview experiences in our list of top interview nightmares…
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Working in retail requires world class customer service skills, strong product knowledge and a passion for your brand. Though with a retail career also comes a number of traits you may not have had previously, though will now become a fully ingrained part of who you are. Here’s what you can expect…
Social media technology has given recruiters and hiring managers the ability to get to know a candidate before they even pick up the phone. So that perfectly polished CV can quickly make it's way to the bottom of the pile if that Instagram post makes it's way out into the world.
A great LinkedIn profile can take some of the slog out of your job search. By tweaking your page to highlight your best bits, you position yourself to hiring managers and recruiters as someone worth getting to know little more. Hey, you spend enough time perfecting your Instagram page... so take a little time to showcase your professional side.
Sales careers have changed a lot since back in the day when we think of door-knocking sales reps or phone-hammering robots trying to get us to buy double glazing. Today, the role of a sales executive is one of individuality, flexibility and often a dash of glamour if you get lucky. So what does a sales role look like? Let us sell it to you...
To really get to grips with a candidate’s suitability for a role, it starts with asking the right questions. Sure, you’ll have some key questions you need to cover throughout the interview, though making time for a few more unique conversation will allow their true personality to come to light.