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job interview etiquette

Attending job interviews can be incredibly nerve-wracking and sometimes, confusing!

second job interviews

Many companies organise multiple job interviews when interviewing candidates for vacancies.


Got a job interview on the horizon? Then check out these phrases, why you should avoid them and some tips on what you should be saying during a job interview.


Telephone job interviews are becoming more and more popular with employers. They are a cheap and efficient way of finding out more about a candidate’s resume and career background.


Many companies that recruit nowadays will have two stages of a job interview. The first will either be a telephone interview or face-to-face interview and the employer will initially want to find out more about you as a candidate and your credentials. The next stage is the second job interview, which is a chance for an employer to find out about your skills in-depth. During this interview the employer may also get other members of the team involved to help them make their final decision. So if you have made it to the first interview stage, here are some ways you can make it to the second interview stage:


If you have got a job interview coming up take a look at our check list to fully prepare!

what to expect at a job interview

Although every job interview is different, there are a few things you can expect when you meet an employer. If you have a job interview coming up and are feeling nervous, take a look at what you can expect to help you prepare:

job interview test

During a job interview you may be faced with a number of tests, depending on the job you are applying for. Some employers will test candidates during a job interview on grammar, computer skills and mathematics and you may not know about this until you are invited to the interview. So whatever the test, here are some ways to help you prepare and perform to the best of your ability.

During a job interview there are some really obvious things you need to show the employer. An enthusiasm for what you do and relevant work experience are just a few of the things an employer will be looking for. But if you really want to stand out check out a few ideas below that could see you crossing the finishing line first… Interview Tips

If you have been working with a recruitment company to find a job and have a job interview to attend, you will have a lot of questions. And the best person to ask is the recruiter! They have probably dealt with this client before and will be able to share some job interview tips. We’ve listed some crucial questions to ask the recruiter below.  Interview Tips

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