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Tips for Answering Behavioural Interview Questions

Tips for Answering Behavioural Interview Questions Take Your Time. It’s okay to take a moment before answering the question. Take a breath, or a sip of water, or simply pause. This will give you time to calm any nerves and think of an anecdote that appropriately answers the question. Prepare Ahead of Time. Review common behavioural interview

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4 Top Tips for your CV/Resume

Whilst researching for this post, I noticed there are literally thousands of articles with templates for a CV/Resume on LinkedIn, Google, etc. but not as many practical (and most of all, useful) tips. The ‘standard’ layout for CVs is hotly debated in the recruitment world and in truth, can vary greatly depending on location, employment

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Interview Tips

Interviews can be stressful and can vary from short informal meetings with one interviewer to several formal meetings with multiple interviewers. Prepare yourself. By doing your research you will be more comfortable and relaxed. Research. Gather information on the position and organisation. Relate your previous duties and experiences with this information. Social media can be

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5 TIPS FOR FINDING A HEALTHY WORK-LIFE BALANCE

              Sometimes it can feel like all you’re doing is clocking in and out, commuting to and from work, and that’s that. It’s exhausting! It’s important for your mental and physical well-being to carve out some much needed you-time.  If you find that it’s impossible to abandon work when you’re

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Six tips for creating a positive place to work

  Good communication, trust and courtesy keep employees and clients happy This month’s Port Macquarie Focus magazine features mbc women in business.  I was asked “How do you create a positive environment for your team?” As a family owned recruitment agency this question resonates with the core of our business so it’s perfect timing for us to share

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Resume tips

Some simple resume tips for creating a professional application: Use bullet points, rather than large paragraphs of text that are hard to scan through. Use standard font types and minimal effects such as fancy borders or colours. As a maximum, use only 2 to 3 font type and size combinations throughout the whole document. This

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