What To Bring To A Job Interview

Remember to pack your bag the night before! You don’t want to be late for your job interview! Here are some useful things that you may consider packing for your job interview Directions: Bring with you the address of the location, as well as the confirmation of your appointment. To make it easier, type these details all in a note on your phone!ID: If the building has security, you may be asked to show identification, or you may need it to complete a job application. Bring your driver's licen...
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Why Do You Want To Work Here?

In a job interview you can’t be certain of the exact questions your interviewer will ask. However, you can prepare for some pretty common interview questions. Here are some suggestions to help you tackle these questions Tell me about yourself Describe to the interviewer about your professional life and not your personal life. Things to say may include your education, professional work experience or relevant niche qualities and skills related to the job position What are your strengths/...
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Reading Your Body Language In A Job Interview

Body language is important. Very important. You can say what you want during a job interview, but if your body language tells a different story… you may lose grip of this opportunity. Here are some body language tips for you to consider before sitting for a job interview Sit up straight Sit up straight and to keep your back against the backrest. Make sure that you respect your conversation partner’s personal space. Otherwise you will leave too much of an impression. Stay calm and sit q...
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It’s Interview Time…It’s The Small Details That Matter

EBR aims to support and help candidates to do their best at job interviews. Here are a few tips to consider for your next job interview Well mannered: Do not swear, speak formally and do not chew gum or sweets. Take a mint before an interview to avoid having a bad breathSwitch it off: Your interviewer does not need to be informed that your latest profile picture is accumulating likes. Silent is the ruleYou might win a debate, but you’ll lose a job offer: Do not talk over your interviewer. Wa...
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Interview confirmed: What’s Next… Prepare for Success

Research about the company You will feel more confident that you are going into an interview armed with lots of useful information, which you can draw upon to give a confident performance. It demonstrates that you have invested time and effort into learning about the company, which is a big plus to a prospective employer. Tackling the common questions What is it that interested you in applying for a position with this company?What do you feel are your greatest achievements to date?Wh...
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A New Job, Means a New you

Your first day at work is going to be memorable for you, your boss, and your colleagues. Here are some tips for you to prepare for this new journey Start a fresh, new routine to improve your daily or weekly life into something over which you have more control of Look clean and tidy will certainly create a good first impression and prevent you from standing out like a sore thumbArrive no sooner and no later. Generally speaking, arriving 15 minutes before your start time is great. If you ar...
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Golden Tips for Hiring Bilingual Candidates

EBR have successfully established a reputation for quality recruitment in GIS, IT & T, Accounting & Finance, Office Personnel and Bilingual. If you’re interested, check out our website to see what services or jobs we have available suitable for you. Here are some of our recommendations to help companies hire the perfect bilingual candidate to join their team: Perform a candidate assessment Remember, it’s not how well a candidate can understand different languages, but how effec...
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Feel Optimistic!

The prescription says, a giggle a day keeps the gloomies away. Here are our suggestions on how to keep your gloomies away from work: Remind yourself of past times when happiness conquered times of dismalMake a list of all your blessingsGive back to others by doing a favourTake action by doing things that will make you feel happy and make your day betterBecome inspired by reading, watching and listening to articles, movies or interviews that energise you with positivity Our team at EBR wis...
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Do Your Homework About The Company

Don't just rely on your winning smile and irresistible personality when it comes to an interview. Research about the company before the interview to show employers that you are highly interested in working for them. LinkedIn: Have a look at the company LinkedIn profile to see if you have any mutual connections with people working for that company Company website: Determine what the company’s mission statement or philosophy is as you may be asked to explain how you could help them fulfil ...
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