Watch the video below to find out how to make yourself shine at a job interview and show off your best attributes.
Playing with your hair and fidgeting is a big distraction in a job interview and it may be your downfall. Here’s how to make a positive impact with your body language.
Being good at job interviews is an art form. Knowing what to say, how to act and what questions to offer up will help you secure a great job.
Approaching a telephone interview requires just as much preparation as a regular interview. Here’s how to make sure you shine over the airwaves.
‘Fail to prepare, prepare to fail’, as they say. It is important that we learn from our bad experiences instead of dwelling on them and beating ourselves up about it. Knowing a few basic principles can really help you come out of the interview room with smiles all around.
You may really, really need this job, but desperation is never a desirable quality. We take a look at how to come across as keen, without begging.
Whether your next job interview is a big success or a huge disappointment could rely on how you look and what you wear. These expert tips will help you shine on the big day.
This is a widely used assessment technique. Normally between 4 and 8 candidates will be given a task to work on together while assessors observe their performance. Find out how to improve your chances here.
When it comes to doing interviews, you'll rarely be told how well you've done.
Obviously if you get the job, then you'll assume you did well, but in so many cases, when you haven't got the job, it helps to work out if there was something you could have done better, so you can improve for the next time.
We all know that first impressions count, and that is no more evident than in a job interview situation. Make sure you get off on the right foot.