Most people experience nervousness before and during a job interview. Sometimes the nerves and pressure of an interview situation can even make us act differently. Our body seems to behave in weird ways and the way we speak seems to be unusual. It can lead to interview mistakes – including blurting, babbling, fidgeting and sweating.
Congratulations! You passed the first interview and got a call to schedule a second one. In general, first round interviews are designed to screen candidates and create a shortlist. A second interview aims to go into details to decide whether you’ll be a good fit for the role. It’s your chance to show you are
One of the secrets of a successful interview is to be ready with winning answers to common interview questions. While every interview you attend will take its own direction, there are some questions that you can almost guarantee will be asked. Tell me about yourself You may begin your answer with the highest qualification that
The job interview is the most important and nerve-wracking part of a job search process. It’s your best chance to show the company that you are the right fit for the role. Thus, preparation is vital. We’ve prepared our job interview tips to help you succeed. Review the job description and learn about the company
A CV for New Zealand usually looks very different to standard European, American, South African and other versions. CV is your key marketing tool and you need to prepare it as well as you can. These tips can help you write a Kiwi style CV. Try to keep your CV short Your CV may include
As everyone knows, finding a job in New Zealand may take many attempts and plenty more rejections before finding something suitable. That is why many people turn to a recruitment agency nowadays. Of course, a recruitment agency is not the only way to find a job. But there are many benefits to doing so –