6 TIPS FOR AN OUTSTANDING RESUMÉ

Include a thorough summary.  Your technical summary should contain every technology that you know and can confidently discuss. When an employer is scouring job boards for candidates like you, these terms are often what they will be looking for! Make sure to organize this section so it makes sense to someone without a technical background, by organising it into subcategories. Be impactful when describing projects.  When describing your projects, focus on ownership and positive impacts. D...
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5 Most Common Resumé Mistakes

If you’re having trouble getting responses from employers, make sure your resume isn’t guilty of these mistakes! Grammatical Errors What would employers think if your skills include effective communicator but you used the wrong there/their/they’re! Too vague Go into detail with your experiences and achievements, chances are someone in a similar role applied so stand out! Contact Details Make sure they’re up to date and underneath your name. Too many people forget this! Wall of t...
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How to Dress for a Job Interview

First impressions are important! When meeting a potential employer for the first time, they immediately form an opinion of you based on what you're wearing and how you carry yourself. Regardless of the work environment, it's important to dress professionally for a job interview because how you dress can either make or break the job interview. The following is a guide to dressing for a formal interview: Men's Interview Attire Suit in a solid colour such as navy, black, or dark grey L...
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6 Tips For Your Next Job Interview

Prepare for interview questions! Nothing gives a better first impression than being well-spoken and being self-assured during an interview. Below are the most common interview questions you'll be asked by employers: Tell me about yourself. Many candidates choose to respond with an overview of their work and employment history. Whilst this is helpful – especially if a manager hasn’t read your CV in detail, it’s important you offer new information, such as what are your hobbies outside of w...
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How to Conduct Exit Interviews

How to Conduct Exit Interviews
What is an exit interview? The exit interview offers an opportunity to receive transparent feedback about your company from a departing employee. It also provides a chance to gain valuable insights into what employees really think about their time in your workplace – information that could be used in the future to improve staff retention and the quality of the organisation. Possible questions:  How would you describe your working relationship with your colleagues? This can highlight a...
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