Interviews can be a tricky field to navigate, unless you’re a mind reader.
We’ve put together a list of common interview questions and how to answer them, to help you prepare for your next interview.
It’s not a surprise that the workplace is a common trigger for stress. You’re faced with tight deadlines, juggling various tasks and projects, and navigating different personalities types.
Here we unpack what stress is, how it affects your health, and ways you can manage your stress at the workplace.
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Regina Hartley is a human resources expert. In her Ted Talk, she explains that the best hires might not have the perfect resume. She breaks down the candidates into two general categories: Silver Spoon and Scrappers. Silver Spoons come up with advantages and are destined for success, whereas the Scrappers fight with odds stacked against them to get to the same opportunities.
Listening is an art. Epictetus, a Greek philosopher wrote: “We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.” Good listening skills are essential if you want others to listen to you. We’re receptive to the people who also give their attention to us and in effect, these good listeners are also the people who are listened to when they speak--it’s the golden rule of communication.
Employer branding has been a hot topic in the recruitment world and it goes hand-in-hand with the candidate experience during the hiring process-- a recruiter’s top challenge. According to Recruiting Brief, 80-90% percent of professionals say a negative interview experience can change their mind about a role or company.