Interviews

  • 5 signs an employee is quitting

    As the year draws to a close, for many it’s a time that signifies the natural completion of one chapter and the fresh start of another. If your employees are considering pastures new, there should be some tell-tale signs you can read in advance. …

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  • Temping with extras

    One observation to be made in today’s market is the rise in Candidates who use temp work as a lucrative way to sustain an extra-curricular activity or hobby. Over the past couple of years, Tiger’s Temporary Division has seen a rise of …

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  • How to achieve your career goals

    What are career goals, and why do you need them? It’s a valid question. After all, we all know at least one person who has wound up being incredibly successful in their careers just by chance. But whether your ambitions are certain or uncertain, …

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  • Five ways to approach a poorly-prepared interviewer

    If you’ve ever listened to a recruiter’s advice, you’ll know that preparation is crucial to a successful interview. But what happens if your interviewer hasn’t extended the same courtesy in their preparation? What happens if you …

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  • Hiring managers, know which interview topics to avoid

    Recruiting is no walk in the park. Most hiring managers will know that a bad appointment could potentially cost their business threefold: the cost of searching, the cost of hiring, and the cost of training. So it’s all the more important to get it …

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  • 5 tips to balance your career with raising a family

    In the wake of recent news that the gender pay gap widens after women start a family, it stands to reason that for many, having both a successful career and a fulfilled family life, feels even further out of reach. But that doesn’t have to be the …

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  • How to excel at ten different types of interviews

    Every interviewer will have their own personal preference around interview styles. Each interview format will require a slightly different approach on your part as the interviewee. Take note of the tips below and you won’t go wrong! 1. The phone …

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  • How you know it's time for a career change

    Do you remember your first meeting with your careers advisor at school? Can you recall having a clear idea of what you wanted to do? I certainly didn’t. It goes without saying that finding a rewarding and fulfilling career is not something that …

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  • Five techniques to relax you for an interview

    Interviews can present some of the hardest tests in our adult lives. One hour alone in an interview room can simultaneously assess our intelligence, eloquence, decision-making and problem-solving skills. It therefore makes sense that we should do what …

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