Tag: Advice

Why candidates should ask questions too

Congratulations, you’ve been invited for a (digital) interview. You are well prepared for all the questions you might be asked. But have you also prepared for the question, “Do you have any questions for me”? This is your… Read More

Video recruitment - first impression

The first impression

They say that the first impression is the last impression. It only takes three to five seconds for someone to evaluate and form an opinion about you. That’s why many recruiters make a decision about wether to hire… Read More

Body language

Let your body language do the talking

People get first impressions not only by what you say, but even more so on your non-verbal communication. Research has indicated that your body language communicates more to another person than what you say or your tone of… Read More

Graduates

Landing your dream job as a graduate

The job market for grads is not easy these days. Young people are having hard times finding a job and throughout Europe youth unemployment rates are still high. Luckily different researchers and analyst assure us there is light… Read More

You didn’t get the job and now what?

Please realize that most job vacancies would have more then one applicant, so the likelihood of not getting the job is so much higher then that of landing the job. For some candidates it only takes one or… Read More

4 reasons why video interviewing will improve your recruitment process

Regardless of the current economic climate, the average number of interviews is increasing as staffing moves more towards temporary staffing and people on average stay shorter in one job. This trend creates several problems and leads to increased… Read More

Keeping your candidates preferences in mind

Companies who are putting the candidate experience at the heart of their recruitment strategy, are best positioned to gain a competitive edge over their competitors. But what does the modern candidate want? Here are three important pointers to… Read More