The person who gets the job isn’t necessarily the most talented or most experienced, it’s the one that has been a joy to interview by virtue of their attitude and makes the best, long lasting impression. It’s the one that is the most likeable and fits the team dynamic.
Furlough. It’s a word that we hadn’t heard of before April but it seems to have taken over 2020. Is it even a word in the dictionary, or has it been invented this year – who knows?!
I’m not going to take away the fact that interviews can be incredibly daunting, but confidence is key when it comes to meeting prospective employers.
Recruitment is probably not top of your agenda right now but good times will come back. In our experiences it’s probably the hardest thing you’ll do, particularly, if you’re trying to build or scale a business.
Unfortunately, it’s about time we talk about redundancy and offer our advice on what you should be doing if you find yourself in the unfortunate position that some are finding themselves in – another thing to thank Covid for!