A face-to-face interview can be an anxiety-inducing prospect for even the bravest of candidates. Once you have done your research on the company and picked out your best suit, it’s time to mentally prepare yourself for the interview.
First impressions always count at job interviews so it’s important look as well as talk the part. Here are our tips for avoiding a fashion faux pas on the big day
With top talent increasingly enjoying the luxury of multiple job offers, today’s interviews are as much about candidates grilling employers to see if they’re the right fit as opposed to the other way round
All jobseekers are naturally apprehensive about what might happen in an interview but thankfully all it takes is a little pre-planning and research to help calm the nerves and stand you in good stead to impress
It’s only natural to want to talk about positives in an interview. Yet, it’s inevitable that at some point, you’ll be asked the staple, dreaded question: what’s your greatest weakness? Very often it can be a deal-breaker
So you’ve successfully impressed your new employer during your interview and they have offered you the job – hooray! You now have one final hurdle to contend with; impressing your new boss and the team
Warehousing jobs can offer rich opportunities for active, detail-oriented jobseekers but with competition for the best roles tight, it’s important to make the right first impression