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How to Tackle Those Additional Interview Tasks

How to Tackle Those Additional Interview Tasks

A straightforward question and answer interview is becoming a rarity; it’s much more common for interviews to now include extra assessment tasks, such as skills tests, presentations, practice sales pitches…you name it. These tasks aren’t just there to cause you extra work; they can be extremely valuable to hiring companies. They add an extra dimension ...more

9 Things You Need to Do Before Your Next Interview

9 Things You Need to Do Before Your Next Interview

A job interview is an exciting but nerve-wracking experience that can leave even the most confident of candidates feeling uneasy. When you’re meeting with a potential new employer, it’s completely natural to feel nervous; after all, you want to sell yourself and your skills appropriately. However, the key to success with any interview is being ...more

What the Interviewer is thinking during the Interview

What the Interviewer is thinking during the Interview

During an interview, it’s important to be on top of the questions asked to give your best answers. However, there will also be those that you won’t hear, which are the thoughts of the interviewer. The hiring manager will look at what you say, how you act, and pick out the words that match what ...more

6 Questions to Ask at the End of an Interview

6 Questions to Ask at the End of an Interview

At the end of an interview, the likelihood is that you will be asked if you have any questions for the interviewers. This is your chance to show that you have not only prepared, but have taken a genuine interest in the company. Asking great questions at the end of an interview can leave a ...more

Interview Technique: One of the most common mistakes made by candidates

Interview Technique: One of the most common mistakes made by candidates

By Matt Craven, Director of The CV & Interview Advisors What is one of the most common mistakes made in interviews? Not answering the question, or should I say not taking the time to understand the purpose of the question! So many job seekers treat the interview as a conversation and just because they have talked ...more

8 Things to Remember at Group Interviews

8 Things to Remember at Group Interviews

Group interviews are certainly different from those that are held on a one-on-one basis, and can be a bit more nerve-wracking. This type of interview consequently means a different dynamic, and a different set of considerations for the meeting. Webrecruit looks at what you should focus on to stand out in your group interview, and ...more

Competency Based Interview Questions – What They Are and How to Prepare

Competency Based Interview Questions – What They Are and How to Prepare

So you’ve been offered an interview – great, but you’re told it’s a competency based one and you’re unsure what to expect. In this blog, Webrecruit looks at covering what competency based interviews are, and how you can answer these questions effectively. What is a competency based interview? A competency interview, also known as a ...more

Pitching Lessons from the Apprentice – Going Beyond the CV

Pitching Lessons from the Apprentice – Going Beyond the CV

When it comes to your job seeker application, the CV is just the beginning. If you are meeting with a recruiter or the hiring manager, this is the time you need to prove your value and worth. Webrecruit looks at some of the apprentice candidates, and explores what you need to consider before showing the ...more

6 tips that’ll help land your next developer interview

6 tips that’ll help land your next developer interview

If you are about to sit a developer interview, chances are you have several things you want to show to the hiring manager. With top tips from our own developer, Webrecruit looks at the essential points of the interview and what you need to consider. Prepare for Questions Prepare, prepare, prepare. Think about the questions ...more

7 Tips for Your Executive Interview

7 Tips for Your Executive Interview

When you are looking at your up-coming executive interview, it is important to be on top of what you need to do. Preparing is a given, so here are some additional tips to ensure you take ownership of your interview and leave a good impression. 1. Say Something Memorable The hiring manager wants to remember ...more