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How do you know, as a recruiter, that the candidate is motivated? How do you show, as a candidate, that you are really into the job offer? The Hyper is here to answer that!
For us, the job interview is an essential exercise that will allow to know if you are the perfect candidate. However, we have limited time. So, what are we going to focus on? If you came up to the interview, the recruiter has already estimated that you have the required abilities for the job position. … Continue reading What are recruiters looking for in an interview? by The Hunter
In my experience nothing makes a hiring manager more frustrated than an applicant that has no knowledge about the company they are applying. No matter how impressive their resume is if an applicant knows nothing about the company it shows that they didn’t take the time to do everything in their power to set themselves … Continue reading Why is it Important to Know About the Company You Are Applying For? | by the Robot
You don’t know the city. You don’t speak a lick of Spanish. The currency is foreign. Yeah, visiting the Acropolis sounds nice but… The climate is too humid for you. The work market in your country has a lot to offer anyway so why go through all that trouble? I get it. The world can … Continue reading 5 reasons why you should try living in another country
Six ways for a win-win situation: how to please a recruiter and how a recruiter can be pleased by the candidate We all know that recruitment might be hard, being that for the recruiter or for the candidate. Let’s see it from my role, as a recruiter. All day, we present several different offers to … Continue reading Six Ways to Have a Win-Win Situation in an Interview
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?
The market has evolved in the last couple of years. In addition to candidates’ academic built, now recruiters and companies always look for something less pragmatic: the social skill. The will to succeed in their professional path comes hand-in-hand with a personal component, the extra-curricular. As recruiters we look at a couple of things: Academic … Continue reading What Do Companies Search in a Candidate? by the Relentless
Communication is in my opinion the major determinant of the success of an interview. If we cannot make the right communication, we run the risk of being misunderstood, of being frowned upon, of being understood as less competent than we really are, and even of creating stereotypes about our person that can not only harm … Continue reading Why is Communication In Interviews Important and How to Excel At It