The job search
We often hear advice about what we should do when applying for jobs, to help guide our hunt for the perfect position. But here’s something that’s even more helpful when it comes to crafting the perfect application: advice on what not to do during your job hunt.... READ WHOLE ARTICLE
The CV and cover letter
Yes, you should include a cover letter with your resume. Yes, recruiters and hiring managers still read them when shortlisting candidates. The value of writing a cover letter should not be underestimated – it could mean the difference between you getting a chance to... READ WHOLE ARTICLE
Preparing for interview
Got an important interview lined up? Are you about to graduate and start looking for work? Been rejected by one too many interviews? If you answered yes to any of these questions, read the following tips and nail that interview. One of the main advantages of going... READ WHOLE ARTICLE
The second interview
Interviews are largely behavioural based as employers are trying to get a sense of how well you can handle certain situations, as well as exploring your strengths and weaknesses. This is a chance to sell your skills you have nicely outlined in your CV. The most... READ WHOLE ARTICLE
Starting a new job
You know the importance of a first impression. As a jobseeker, a first impression was very valuable; now that you’ve accepted a job offer, first impressions are again of critical importance. First impressions about people often turn into long-term perceptions and... READ WHOLE ARTICLE