Our office will be closed from 5pm Thursday 29th of March and reopening at 9am Tuesday 3rd of April.
Wishing everyone a very Happy Easter! 🐰
As the New Year approaches us with hopes anew, here is to wishing you and your family a wonderful year ahead. Happy New Year!! 🎉🥂🎇
Interviews are a daunting process and no matter how hard you try to prepare for anything, you are always faced with the unexpected. Wouldn’t it be great to go into an interview knowing exactly what your interviewer was planning to ask and how to answer it? Unfortunately, we can never be too sure what we will be asked of in an interview but there are some common questions that do arise in interviews that you can prepare for.
Sometimes it can feel like all you’re doing is clocking in and out, commuting to and from work, and that’s that. It’s exhausting!
It’s important for your mental and physical well-being to carve out some much needed you-time. If you find that it’s impossible to abandon work when you’re home then here are some tips on drawing the line.
Panel Interview, as the name suggests refers to a formal interview setting wherein the job applicant is interviewed by a group of two or more interviewers.
If you never had to fill in an application form – don’t worry I am pretty convinced you will still get a chance. You are likely to come across them when applying for education or a job in a large organisation. Even though the need for your CV is not disappearing anytime soon, it is useful to know how to stand out with an application form when needed.
As a consultant, the right CV can open plenty of doors for you.
It can help you to secure a place on exciting projects, win client bids, and secure interviews with leading organisations on the job market.
However, a poorly written CV can see you missing out on golden opportunities, and cause significant damage to your career prospects.
Implement the following guidelines to ensure that your CV is working effectively for you.