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Sales People - Learn to be grounded - Article Image Sales People - Learn to be grounded
  • Thursday, July 20, 2017

Why can't we just have a Conversation and work together - no prejudgements. read more...

Recruiters not informing their candidates - It's not on! - Article Image Recruiters not informing their candidates - It's not on!
  • Tuesday, July 18, 2017

It's about time recruiters did their Job properly and informed candidates of their progress. read more...

Employers: Original Interview Questions Require Original Answers - Article Image Employers: Original Interview Questions Require Original Answers
  • Neil Dundon
  • Wednesday, February 15, 2017

At best, a job interview is a forced conversation between a hiring manager and job candidate. At its worst, an interview is a contrived Q&A session made up of memorised responses to the same age-old questions asked in every job interview. An interview process that actually leads to finding a great candidate stops the interrogation tactics and starts a process of discovery. Outdated interview questions need to stop in order to truly determine if a candidate will be a great fit for your company. Better interview questions can establish the truth of someone’s past experiences, future potential, and ability to enhance your company culture. Utilising better questions that foster critical thinking leads to better hiring decisions that help your company’s long term results. Done well, interviewing is both a science and an art. read more...

5 Simple Tips for Writing a Killer Resume with Little Experience - Article Image 5 Simple Tips for Writing a Killer Resume with Little Experience
  • Neil Dundon
  • Friday, November 11, 2016

When you don’t have a ton of experience, a resume can fall flat and look extremely blank. In todays rapidly changing job market it is vital for younger job seekers to make the best impression possible. Your resume is the first impression that a potential employer has of a job applicant. Often, hiring managers and recruiters see hundreds of resumes a week so it is imperative that your resume stands out from the others. We have compiled a list of tips to help young job seekers create smart resumes that are ahead of the pack, even with only a little job experience. read more...

6 Myths Every Job Candidate Should Know When Job Hunting - Article Image 6 Myths Every Job Candidate Should Know When Job Hunting
  • Neil Dundon
  • Tuesday, September 13, 2016

It is difficult to determine what is fact and what is fiction when looking for a job. EVERYONE seems to have an opinion on the right way to interview, write a resume, and find a job – and yet these views are often conflicting. I have assembled a list of common misconceptions for job hunters in today’s job market. read more...

What Would Google Do: 8 Qualities of Great Leaders - Article Image What Would Google Do: 8 Qualities of Great Leaders
  • Neil Dundon
  • Tuesday, February 23, 2016

If you want to be a strong leader and manger, look no further than Google. Employing some of the best and brightest people in the world, Google has extensively researched their leadership and management strategy and discovered 8 qualities of their own great leaders-managers. According to Laszlo Bock, Google’s Senior Vice-President for People Operations (Human Resources), teams working under the best managers perform better, are happier and stay longer with the company. If you want to become an efficient and inspiring leader-manager, check out Google’s great leader’s qualities and why they are important to your business. read more...