Considering the Applications (Preparing for an Interview)

When considering the applications you have received, divide the criteria of the job specification into those that are essential and those that are desirable. Are there other attributes – in terms of personality or physical skills – that you are looking for?

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Assessing a Curriculum Vitae

Although most people are truthful when composing their curriculum vitae (CV), some may be tempted to omit negative facts or to exaggerate their achievements. Analyze each CV carefully to help select interviewees, and prepare questions to ask them.

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Finalizing Job Requirements (Preparing For An Interview)

Once the requirements of a job have become clear, the responsibilities and tasks of the position should be detailed in a job description. The skills and experience and type of person needed for the position should then be set out in a job specification.

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Preparing For An Interview: Identifying Objectives

A job interview rarely lasts longer than an hour, but its consequences may last for years. In order to identify the most suitable candidate for a vacancy, prepare well in advance.

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8 Tips for Mastering Virtual Interviews

The key to mastering a virtual interview is proper preparation. From ensuring your technology is working to conducting research before the meeting, sitting down at your computer poised and ready for any and all questions will help set you apart from other applicants. Be authentic and enthusiastic about this new possible chapter in your life.

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