Interview tips: confirm your interest

Confirm your interest

After the interview, you will have a much clearer idea of the role and the organisation. Take the time to reflect on the interview, and work out if the role on offer meets what you are looking for. Promptly pass this feedback along to your ...

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Interview tips: send a follow up email

Send a follow up email

If your interviewer has provided you with their contact details, you can send a brief email thanking them for their time and confirming your interest in the position. Don't contact them directly for feedback after this; your people2people ...

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Interview tips: selecting and briefing refrees

Selecting and briefing referees

Before you embark on your job search, you should identify at least two referees and ask if they are prepared to act as referees for you. Your referees need to be people you have worked closely with in the last five years (at least one must have been ...

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Interview tips: negotiating and accepting an offer

Negotiating and accepting an offer

Once the hiring company has decided that you are the candidate they want, the final stages of salary negotiation and offer of employment take place. There are a few things to remember here: Be open and transparent with your consultant Your ...

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Interview tips: resigning


So you've successfully made it through the recruitment process and received an offer that you're happy with, all that is left to do is to resign. Depending on your situation, this may be something you do gladly, or you may find it difficult, ...

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You’ve got the job! It’s time to prepare to start in your new role

Congratulations – you’ve got the job! Once the celebrations are over, it’s time to prepare to start in your new role. Upon accepting the position, you are welcome to thank the hiring manager, perhaps a short email, however it’s best ...

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