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What Should You Eat Before Your Job Interview?

Added 18 January 2016

Eating is important for anyone – especially to get you through a day. However, proper nutrition is essential when preparing for a crucial time in life – such as a meeting or interview. A poor diet can make you tired or sloppy, whereas a healthy diet will make you more focused, more aware and help...

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Could Job Hopping Benefit Your Career?

Added 14 January 2016

In the past, job hopping has been regarded as a negative thing, signifying that the individual has trouble holding down a job, or lacks commitment and focus at work. However, things are changing and what once could have been a deal breaker for a candidate, could in fact work in their favour in the current...

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How to answer: “What motivates you?”

Added 11 January 2016

It’s finally the day of the big interview you’ve been waiting for. You’ve planned all your responses thoughtfully and you’re feeling cool, calm and collected. But then they drop the big question you weren’t expecting – “what motivates you?” Before you panic and spiel off an answer that has nothing to do with the question,...

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6 Ways Your Attitude Could be Damaging Your Job Hunt

Added 09 January 2016

You could be the most qualified candidate on the market, but if you go about your job search with the wrong attitude, you could still struggle to secure a job. There’s more to hire-ability than your qualifications and skills, as people want to hire individuals who are easy to get on with and are driven...

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5 tips to find your dream job in 2016

Added 04 January 2016

New year…new you? The start of a new year is the perfect time to get your career back on track by finding a job that you truly love. How can you ensure that your job search is on the right track for 2016? Read on for our top tips! 1) Follow your passion and curiosity:...

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5 Things You Should Consider Before a Video Interview

Added 02 January 2016

Being interviewed for a position can be an intimidating experience, but the increasing trend for video recruitment means there’s a whole new set of factors to take into account. If you’re not used to being on camera, giving a video interview may be nerve-wracking, but it has a number of benefits for both you and...

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CV vs. Resume: The Difference and When to Use Which

Added 27 December 2015

Ever wondered why a Brit applies with a CV and an American with a resume? And why does an Aussie apply with both? There are a few differences between the two types of application documents and this article will straighten out your queries as well as tell you where in the world you are likely...

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6 Tips for Revamping Your Job Search in 2016

Added 24 December 2015

It’s almost a brand new year, which means it’s the perfect day to ramp up your job search. But what can you do to pump up the job hunting? Read our top 6 techniques that you should be using in your job search. Read on for the full set of tips! 1) Use social media...

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5 Steps to Boost Office Morale During the Winter Months

Added 21 December 2015

In the winter months businesses can often notice a decrease in morale. The winter blues can have a huge effect on the motivation and productivity of your workforce, so introducing some new morale boosting methods will help your employees shake-off the dip in productivity. Step 1 – Brighten up your environment One main reason for the...

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6 Reasons You Should Keep Up Your Job Search During the Holiday Season

Added 18 December 2015

As the holiday season draws in, it’s easy to get distracted by all the festivities going on around you and your job hunt will often get placed on the back burner. It’s a busy time of the year and it’s a common misconception that hiring managers won’t be making any new hires over Christmas, however...

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