Not every interviewee is free to give a straight and honest answer to this question. Maybe you fell out with a manager or workmates and could not bear another moment in their company?
#1 Why do you want this job? One of the most predictable questions and very important! You need to demonstrate that you have researched the employer and tie your knowledge of them into the
Skype interviews Conducting interviews via Skype offers employers all the advantages of a telephone interview in terms of cost-effectiveness with the bonus of being able to see the candidate.
What are they? They are real interviews held over the phone rather than face-to-face. You will usually be interviewed by a member of the graduate recruitment or HR team.
Their questions If you have prepared thoroughly, you will be in a good position to respond effectively to questions and display your knowledge of yourself, the job and the organisation.
Preparing for a telephone interview The employer will usually suggest a time and date, so you will need to think about where you will take the call. The place you choose should be somewhere quiet, where you are not
Types of interviews Interviews are a crucial part of the recruitment process for all organisations. Their purpose is to give the interviewer(s) a chance to assess your suitability for the role
If you are concerned about not being invited for interview, you should critically review your CV, application forms and covering letters. Are you making it clear that you
A TYPICAL EMPLOYER’S ITINERARY The following outlines a major graduate employer’s tips and advice for assessment centres.
IN-TRAY EXERCISES These are business simulation exercises in which you are given a heaped in-tray or electronic in-box, full of e-mails, company memos, telephone and fax messages, reports and