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A job description is very often the first experience a candidate will have a company’s brand. Writing a job description is never easy and there are certain complexities that can make it an arduous task.
Things not to say at a Job Interview.
Preparation is important for any interview. We think of all the things what we should say and do. We practice what we are going to say, anticipate the questions we are going to be asked and try to create an answer for every question. While doing this, it can be easy to forget the things we should not say during an interview. Sometimes, though, not saying something is just as vital as saying it. This article will look at 10 things not to say during a job interview.
Job seeking is actually the worst. It’s a pain in the wrong end and there are so many variables to consider when looking for one. You want one with the right culture, good people, and will cover the bills with some room left over as well. But what are the most important things to consider? What should you weight the most when looking for and accepting a new position? Studies show that the top four responses are money, locations, benefits, and reputation. Pretty reasonable, right?
Your company portfolio is what a resume is to a potential employer when it comes to getting those clients or customers on-board with your business. It can be the clincher in a deal and plays a key role in creating the company legacy and image. So, here are a few things to keep in mind while building your company portfolio…
Writing your CV over and over again can be one of the most infuriating things to do. Not only do you spend hours carefully wording what you did at your office job 3 years ago, but trying to relate your experience to the role you’re applying for can be easier said than done. But over the years there are many mistakes that candidates include or forget to write about that can completely reduce your chances of bagging that job. Recent studies have shown that recruiters will look at a CV for just 7 seconds before knowing whether the candidate is suitable or not, so here are a few tips to ensure that you don’t trip up at the first hurdle!