New year, new career?
Is it time for a change? If you are thinking about moving on, Alison McGavin shares eight of her best tips to help you nail that new position.
Well, 2017 is well and truly upon us! It comes with a whole new set of goals, challenges and, as always with a new year, change.
We find that the Christmas break often gives people the chance to put consideration into their career, or perhaps the company they are with, as well as take the time to revaluate their goals and direction. This often means making a decision to embark on a new challenge in the way of a job change.
Here's my tips on how best to prepare for an interview. What should you do and not do?
DO YOUR RESEARCH AND KNOW WHO YOU ARE MEETING
of a values-driven, traditional company built on the reputation of the founding members?
is key. A good way to gauge a company's dress style is to look on the team profile. If you aren't sure how much to amp it up, that it's always better to be overdressed than underdressed.
practised answers that just don't quite fit the questions.
HAVE A GOOD HANDSHAKE