Competition Time! We are running a Christmas competition called ‘Celebrity Jumble’!
You may have gleaned from our website that we are an extremely well established, niche recruitment consultancy, for the digital, PR, marketing and design sectors, placing people in agency and in-house disciplines. We’ve been in business since 1988 and we work with many engaging and entrepreneurial businesses across the Midlands and Manchester. We are proud of the fact that we have a very low staff turnover, which we like to think is down to our honest and down-to-earth approach to business, people, and recruitment. And now we’re hiring!
It is unequivocally unpleasant to be rejected after a long and drawn out interview process, especially with negative feedback. My advice is to try not to take it to heart and concentrate your efforts on finding a role which is a closer match for your personal aspirations. I fully appreciate that it is very easy for me to say because I am immersed in recruitment. But I am a believer in the idea that some things are meant to be! I’ve seen many candidates take a knock or two during their search for a new role but go onto have successful careers at other companies.
I have spent the best part of two decades trying to decipher what makes someone more successful at interviews than others. I’ve lost count of the amount of times I’ve been asked by candidates how to ace an interview. There is no formulaic answer.
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.