You send your CV (or get contacted by a recruiter) and then what? Thiago is here to explain how does a general recruitment process goes!
You have one possibility to answer this question and it's with a big YES! Having questions is a way to demonstrate that you are interested in the position, the company, the interview and so on. When a recruiter asks you if you have questions it's the perfect time to explore more about the project, vacancy … Continue reading What to Ask the Interviewer?
No, it's not! 🙂 But hold your horses for the true is... far worse. 😦 Accordingly to a research published in the The Journal of Neuroscience our brains judge someone within milliseconds. Even more bizarre, we judge people face trustworthiness even without ever seeing it! Based on that kind of information, you can only hope … Continue reading Is it True that the Recruiter Knows if He’s Going to Hire You in the First 5 Seconds?
The true simply is: you will get hired if you answer what the recruiter wants to hear. Like it or not, everyone has prejudices and, as is scientifically proved, we form first impressions with only seconds. Being asked about your own strengths and weaknesses can be uncomfortable and your answer will utmost depend on the … Continue reading Strengths and Weaknesses in the Interview – What to Say? | By The Transatlantic
LinkedIn is the biggest professional social network and as such, there are a lot of ways to be more visible. Below, you will find 3 tips to improve your current LinkedIn profile and increase the chance of being seen. Ready? Fill out the “Summary” field Instead of forcing a visitor to read your entire profile … Continue reading How to Have a Good LinkedIn Profile by The Transatlantic