Customers can make or break a business, so during a job interview, you can bet your life that you will be asked questions about how you interact with them. Here's some top tips on answering questions.
"Where do you see yourself in 5 years' time?" is a common interview question that helps the hiring manager determine how loyal you will be to the company and your plans for the future.
You're interview is over, you breathe a sigh of relief, but then your mind goes into overdrive wondering if you have been successful. Here are 10 signs that your job interview could have gone well.
Sometimes in a job interview, the interviewer will throw some weird questions at you. Don't worry! These have a purpose, but can also be a bit of fun in an otherwise serious meeting. Find out more now
If you are a interviewing for a managerial, supervisory or team leading position, whether it is for a new company or an internal promotion, here are some job interview questions likely to be asked.
During a job interview, behavioural questions are often asked to uncover how you have previously handled certain situations and how you might behave in the future. Here's how to answer them.
You may be the best, most qualified and experienced person for the job but the interviewer will want to know exactly why you want to work for them. Here's how to put the Wow Factor into your answers.
You're bound to be asked about your strengths and weaknesses in a job interview in some way, shape or form so it's crucial you have some great answers prepared. Need help? Let's go!
Interviewers will almost certainly ask you about your current or previous job so it's important to have your answers prepared in advance and remain positive and upbeat.
Even if you never want to see your last Boss again, it is vitally important to avoid any negative comments when being asked about your previous manager or supervisor in a job interview. Here's how.
Answering questions about your former colleagues and co-workers can be tricky during a job interview. This article gives you examples of typical questions and how to deal with them.
Are icebreaker interview questions really idle chit chat or are they more purposeful than you might think? Here's some questions you may like to consider for your next interview.