What is the Hiring Manager really looking for at the Interview?

Congratulations on getting an interview, it means you at least have your foot in the door and it’s now to make that count. Attention and Preparation From your countenance to the tone of your voice, the hiring manager can detect how prepared you are for the interview. Every second counts from stepping into the door[…]

Demystifying Cover Letters- It’s not another CV.

I know how dreadful it can get when you are asked to write a cover letter and you struggle to find the right method or process to carefully articulate yourself. Granted, maybe not all organisations ask for this requirement, but it is a good way to show what value you are able to bring to[…]

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Wardrobe Malfunction in Job Interviews- 6 simple rules to nail your outfit

So, you landed a job interview slot and now actively preparing for the day to come. One thing you should strongly also prepare for is your interview session wardrobe. I have come across so many candidates who take little or no time in considering what their professional look at job interviews should be. I have[…]

Why you should ask the employer questions at the end of a job interview

Most job seekers I have interviewed barely make it to the second phase of the recruitment process because they do not appear to have deep interest on the job they are applying for. As a professional, I recommend asking questions about anything to do with the role you are being recruited for so that you[…]