So you’ve created a winning CV using our Fundamental CV Writing Tips article and avoided all the errors we outlined in our Mega List of CV Errors article. You’ve found the right role and applied, and you’ve been invited for an interview. No doubt you’ll have read through our Essential Interview Preparation Advice article, and now it’s time to put your presentation together. Our interview presentation tips will guide you through the steps you need to take to create and deliver an amazing presentation.
We know that securing a job interview can be difficult. In competitive markets, recruiters and hiring managers have the luxury of picking from a large pool of suitable candidates and the smallest differences can be used to choose between applicants. So in cases like these it makes sense to do everything you can to optimise your chances of landing the role you’re interviewing for.
Now the New Year is fully underway, there’s an opportunity for recruiters to start working more productively. Working smarter, rather than simply harder, should be a goal of any good recruiter… but what does it actually mean?
For us, there are lots of different ways a recruiter can make themselves more productive, but we’ve outlined some we’ve found can really make a difference.