A list of the most common questions and a guide to the kind of answers your interviewer wants to hear.
Interview Tips & Workplace Advice
From coping with redundancy to planning a career move, from job-hunting and acing interviews to settling into a new role, we hope that these articles are useful to those looking to take their career somewhere new.
Apart from what you say, there are other things that your interviewer(s) will notice. A few pointers to help you create a good impression.
Be reassured: video does not need to add any extra stress to interviews. As with face to face interviews, there are just certain nuances to get.
Applicants need to get used to the likelihood of a telephone interview to kick start the selection process. Some tips that could make the difference.
PR & Communications CVs must show you're good at pitching creatively, clearly and concisely. A step by step guide plus a template / example
Working in PR is demanding but rewarding. We take a look at what you need and what you should be doing to get an entry-level PR job or internship.
It is hard work to be a good candidate, so don't make it harder than it has to be. Three simple ways to stand out and help your recruiter help you.
If you work in digital media, you are at a disadvantage if you don't have a web footprint of your own, independent of any company you work for.
Job hunting? A few tried and tested techniques and the right mental attitude are all you need. Our step by step list has plenty of tips and advice.
When handing in notice, a counter-offer from your current employer is increasingly common. We explain why accepting this is usually a bad idea.
Resigning can be unpleasant, but quitting your job is something you'll almost certainly do at some point. Here are some tips on what to do.
Do you find yourself thinking this? Relax - you're not alone. Now, see if these tips can help get you into a happier place.
Handling redundancy in the best way possible will give you a platform from which to move forward with your working life. A step by step quick guide.
Good manners and etiquette are important in the workplace, especially when starting in a new office, so here's our list of 'dos and don'ts' to help.