Top 5 Interview Questions and How to Answer Them

1.  “Tell me about yourself.” Don’t tell them about your favorite hobbies, health issues, or how much you enjoy playing video games. This is your cue to provide a brief overview (no more than one or two minutes) of the aspects of your experience and background that relate to the position. Tell them about some […]

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Ace Your Next Job Interview: Here’s How

Do you remember the first time you’ve had your job interview? Nerve-wracking. Even though you’ve been fairly achieving in the other things you do in your life, there’s a certain indescribable feeling when it comes interviews. Some stutter and some pass it with flying colours. For people who get sweaty palms just thinking about job […]

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29 FUNNY YET MOTIVATIONAL QUOTES FOR EMPLOYEES

Work gets stressful. We can all attest to that. But it’s the attitude you approach your work with that determines whether or not your employee engagement level is on the fritz. So if you’re looking for something to tickle your funny bone during rough times at work, check these out. 1. “Be nice to nerds. […]

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WHAT KILLS MOTIVATION AT WORK?

When employees are motivated, they are excited to show up to work every day and contribute. They’ll help their coworkers when it’s needed. They’ll brainstorm new ideas and routinely go above and beyond. When they’re not motivated, it’s a whole different story. Work becomes dreadful, and they only do the bare minimum just so they […]

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Successful Interviewing for Temporary Jobs

You’ve decided to apply for temporary work. Maybe you’re ready for a change, like the idea of trying something new every few months, want a new challenge, or just can’t find the right permanent job. Regardless of the reason for pursuing temporary work, there are some drastic differences between “temp” and “perm” roles, and it […]

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The best answer I’ve ever heard to “sell me this pen”

Sell me this pen. Possibly the best sales one liner in history. Haven’t heard it before? In the last ten years, I have seen more sales leaders use this question as part of their interview process to whittle out the can-dos from the can-nots. Why is the Pen Question Important in an Interview? The “Sell […]

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How to guarantee your first job in engineering

Employers are clamoring to find people with the right skills and experience for their companies. But that doesn’t mean that getting your first job in engineering will be easy. Companies aren’t willing to take on just anybody. They want to find the best people possible to fill much-needed roles and proving that you’re the right […]

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Ace Your Next Job Interview: Here’s How

Do you remember the first time you’ve had your job interview? Nerve-wracking. Even though you’ve been fairly achieving in the other things you do in your life, there’s a certain indescribable feeling when it comes interviews. Some stutter and some pass it with flying colours. For people who get sweaty palms just thinking about job […]

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7 ways to prove impact on your CV

As a job seeker, it’s important to prove that you can make an impact in your roles. Employers want to hire staff who make a difference and contribute to their success. So when writing your CV you shouldn’t just list your responsibilities within your roles; you should link them to results you have achieved also. […]

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How not to network with a recruiter

Every several days or so, I get a short email or LinkedIn message from someone I am typically connected to on LinkedIn saying something along the lines of: “I’m looking for [this type of role]. Do you have anything for me?” and a CV/resume is attached. I wouldn’t mind so much if the person knew […]

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