Job hunting can be one of the most gruelling tasks anyone ever undertakes. While doing it online can save you time and effort, how do you ensure that every moment you spend online is well spent?
I’ve had a few nightmare interviews in my time. I once spilt a whole cup of coffee over myself before I went in to face a four-person panel. Another time I allegedly said the words, ‘I just walk around with a clipboard to make it look like I’m busy’ when describing my existing role.
You might be amazed at how, when offered a shiny new job they’ve worked hard to attain, many people reject the offer and stay exactly where they are. If you’re looking hard for a new job right now, this might seem almost unbelievable, but let me confirm from decades of involvement in recruitment that it’s true.
Being made redundant can be an upsetting experience, but being prepared can help to soften the blow. Here are some tips and advice to help you get through redundancy and take the next step in your career.
It can feel challenging to know where to begin when faced with writing your own CV, especially when so much seems to be riding on it. In short, adhering to these simple principles will improve your chances of securing an interview:
All human beings have been created with abilities and talents. As Christians, many believe we also have potential 'giftings' from the Holy Spirit which can enable us to perform tasks and act as God's ambassadors in the world in a powerful and effective way, above and beyond our natural innate abilities.
Here are some tips that should ensure you have a good interview experience. The idea of the interview is to help the employer find out if you are the right person for the job. If you're not, you won't want to be working there! So follow our advice to help you come across as well as you can. As you, and no one else.
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