In our line of work, we tend to focus in the behaviour of others, especially in the candidates, and sometimes forget to focus in our own behaviour, don’t recalling ourselves to conduct and act in a professional and proper manner. When we are looking for a candidate to work with us or with our clients … Continue reading 9 Steps To Properly Engage Candidates For Your Clients
Assessment Tests are a popular tool in HR. How can you prepare for it in order to not prejudice your application?
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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?
Imagine this scenario: after applying for a million jobs and refreshing your mail box more times that you can count, the email finally comes through – you are the lucky one selected for an interview! You are filled with joy and enthusiasm but, hold up, they want to do it over Skype. Skype haters gonna … Continue reading How to Nail Your Skype Interviews | By the Red Head
HR – Human Resources, this definition always made me thought that maybe we are doing something wrong, I will elaborate on that idea later. The Business Dictionary defines this term as being a “division of a company” that deals with areas like “recruiting and hiring new people”, “orientation and training” and other areas. We have … Continue reading The Hyper: HR, It’s Really About People!
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
This is a difficult topic to talk about, since my interviews are all made by Skype. Obviously even in a video call the first impression is always the one that stays, and therefore there are some care that the candidates must take into account. Both situations have already existed: candidates who have made the effort … Continue reading What to Dress To An Interview by The Brave
This is a theme that I’m not sure I’m qualified to talk about since all my interviews are done through Skype. That said, I’m still expecting people to not show up in their pajamas. It’s always a pleasant surprise when I see a candidate that evidently put in effort to show up for the interview … Continue reading What to Dress To An Interview by The Eloquent