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  • Preparing for a job interview? Here are three different types of interview questions, why they’re asked and how you should answer them: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMBUR

    Three types of job interview questions - and how to answer them

    If you're preparing for a job interview, it's important to plan for all eventualities - including all of the different types of job interview questions you might be asked. So, to help you in your interview preparation, in this blog I'll outline three different types of interview questions, why they're asked and how you should answer them.

  • For a customer-centred culture to flourish, it must be driven from the top, by the most influential people within the business: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMBgJ

    How to improve the customer centricity of your leadership team

    None of us asked for the iPhone. Just 20 years ago, we were all happy using our mobile phones simply to make calls and send text messages, blissfully unaware of their untapped potential. Fast forward to the present day, and the smartphone is now integral to the functioning of our day-to-day lives.

  • “Why are you looking to leave your current job?” No matter why you have made the decision to move on, the way you articulate this to your interviewer is absolutely crucial. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM9hF

    How to tackle the 'why you're leaving your current job' interview question

    Interviews are stressful enough without having to answer awkward questions about why you're leaving. Luckily, Hays' Marc Burrage has some advice. It's not just your friends and family who may want to know why you are thinking of leaving your current job.

  • Is it time to look for a new job? If so, it’s important you approach your job search in the right way. This video sets out some of the key steps for you. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM91t

    How to find a new job

    Think it might be time to look for a new job? If so, it's important you approach your job search in the right way. This video sets out some of the key steps for you: Step 1: Decide what's most important to you in a new role Don't dive head first into job searching.

  • In his latest LinkedIn Influencer blog, our CEO Alistair Cox explores how the world around us is feeding our addiction to work, and what leaders can do to help their teams keep their workaholic tendencies in check. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM95e

    Is your team addicted to work?

    Do you put more time and effort into your work life than your personal life? Are you always the first to arrive at the office and the last to leave? Do you work every weekend, and never seem to quite manage to take your full quota of holiday entitlement?

  • Has it been years since you last applied for a job? This advice will help you: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMdFx

  • Here are some tips to help you answer this question in a manner that will position you positively in the eyes of the interviewer: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMd5M

    "Are you interviewing with any other companies?"

    If you're actively looking for a new job, it's more than likely that you will have applied for multiple opportunities, and therefore may well be interviewing with multiple different employers. It's also likely that during one or all of these interviews, you will be asked by the interviewer if you are currently interviewing with any other employers.

  • Here's how to answer when your interviewer asks you, "Are you interviewing with any other companies?" http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMP7b

    "Are you interviewing with any other companies?"

    If you're actively looking for a new job, it's more than likely that you will have applied for multiple opportunities, and therefore may well be interviewing with multiple different employers. It's also likely that during one or all of these interviews, you will be asked by the interviewer if you are currently interviewing with any other employers.

  • It’s easy to feel disheartened when an interview doesn’t go to plan – but don’t worry, all is not lost: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMP7O

    What should I do after a bad interview?

    Have you just come out of a bad interview? Don't worry, Hays' Jane McNeill is here to walk you through your next steps. You know what your best interview performance looks like, and that wasn't it. Despite all of your careful interview preparation, the points that you wanted to make just didn't come across in the right way.

  • In his latest LinkedIn Influencer blog, our CEO, Alistair Cox explains why he thinks it's becoming more important than ever before for leaders to hire people who are 'better' than them: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMvTv

    Why you need to start hiring people who are 'better' than you

    "It doesn't make sense to hire smart people and tell them what to do; we hire smart people so that they can tell us what to do." Steve Jobs, Co-founder, Chairman and CEO of Apple Inc "I surround myself with people who have knowledge and talents in areas where I might not be so well versed.

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