When you’re conducting interview after interview, it can be easy to stick to the old tried and tested measures. But what happens when you ask questions which don’t relate to the job? And what if one of your questions has legal implications you’re not aware of? Here is a list of questions which are legally questionable.
Gratitude costs nothing and can increase morale in any business, writes Peter Done, Managing Director of Peninsula. Saying thank you to employees who may not always be on your radar can also have a positive impact on productivity and motivation. And although a ‘thank you’ is greatly appreciated, The Sunday Times have come up with a few more ways to boost employee morale and motivation.
Over the years, we have arranged a huge number of interviews. Of course, we advise our candidates to do as much research on the company as possible. But it doesn’t always prepare you for some of the questions that are asked!
Reppler have conducted a study relating to social media and the recruitment process. And they’ve come up with some surprising results!
Over the past few years, we have seen employers use social media more and more to effectively screen prospective employees before inviting them to attend a face-to-face interview.