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19/02/2020

How to nail the behavioural interview

  • Take a blank piece of paper and write down between 10-20 examples from your education, work experience, community work, charity etc. of where you added value in a positive way.
  • Now using the STAR format write out the Situation, Task, Action, Resul…

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04/02/2020

You got me at “Hello”!

In the ever-increasing quest for skills and talent it’s becoming vital that potential employers know how to engage with potential employees. You can usually tell fairly quickly if you have a candidate…

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21/01/2020

First Impressions

We no doubt all have one of those cringeworthy, “get me out of here” interview moments that just stick in our mind and bring us out in a cold sweat when we are asked to relive them!

Well, we asked so…

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08/01/2020

Employee Benefits – What Really Works?

It’s an all-too familiar recruiting scenario: You’ve found a qualified candidate that you hope to hire. Everything seems to be a go.....until they decide to go with another position. They turned down…

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20/11/2019

How seriously should you take the reviews on Glassdoor?

In a world of ratings, stars, thumbs up’s, likes and reviews there are plenty of places to review and rate companies, the question is, how seriously should jobseekers take reviews on Glassdoor?

Lets …

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26/09/2019

Salary Benchmarking in Contact Centres - the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?

For many organisations salary benchmarking is essential for comparing the pay and benefits on offer against those offered by their competitors. It ensures that they are paying market rate and in turn …

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