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Interviewer’s guide on candidate selection

Table of Contents Diversity in hiring Writing a job specification Writing a good job ad Creative candidate attraction strategies What to look for in a CV How to conduct an interview Tailoring interview questions The offer process and securing a candidate Best practice onboarding process We have matched exceptional jobseekers with fantastic businesses since 2001

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How to identify a fantastic software engineer: an interviewer’s guide

For both novice and seasoned interviewers, interviewing for a technical position can seem daunting. If your company is looking to hire a specialist in-house, it may mean you’re in the position of hiring for a role you know little about. If you find yourself in this position when hiring a software engineer, the below guide

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The secret to preparing for behavioural interview questions

As we know, preparing for an interview is essential. It has a direct result in both your confidence and competence and ultimately, your performance. With competition for jobs on the increase, it makes sense to ensure you prepare for the different types of questions an interviewer may ask. Among these, behavioural interview questions are crucial

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Eight dos and don’ts for your next exit interview

While recruitment activity has slowed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are still job seekers who are being offered fantastic new positions. If you’re one of them, congratulations! This may well mean that you find yourself in a video call with HR for an exit interview soon. Volunteering your general feedback about your

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Which questions spook you in an interview?

At Tiger, we speak to jobseekers about their interview experiences on a daily basis. We’ve already covered the weirdest, most out-of-the-box style interview questions, but what about those that throw you for a loop? In celebration of Halloween, we’ve put together a list of the questions which often spook jobseekers. Whether you’re going for a

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Ace your hospitality job interview with these top tips

The hospitality industry is completely different to any other sector, so it follows that their interview process will be as well. If you’ve decided on a career in hospitality, it can be extremely flexible and rewarding, but the task of landing your dream role can be daunting. While the jobs in hospitality are varied, we’ve

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How to ace a PA job interview

It’s time. You’ve made the decision to seek out a new PA job, your CV is primed (maybe you’ve checked out our top CV tips), you’ve registered with an recruiter and you’ve been selected to interview for a role you’re really excited about! The only thing is… it’s been so long since you’ve had an

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Improving your interviewing technique

In the job hunt process, there’s no doubting practice makes perfect. So, no matter how many job interviews you’ve attended, it’s always worth considering how you can improve and what you can do better in the future. Make sure your skills are to scratch with the following interview tips: Preparation • Research the company and

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Questions employers should always ask in an interview

Updated 13th November 2020 When hiring a executive assistant, PA or other administrative position, it is essential to get the interview right. The judgement you make at the end could have dramatic consequences for your team or your business. Therefore, before every meeting with a potential employee, it is worth taking the time to prepare, going

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The ultimate guide to weird interview questions

With several decades’ experience as a leading London recruitment agency, Tiger’s consultants have seen and heard it all when it comes to interview questions. Back in 2015, we noted that there’d been an increase in left-of-centre queries, with interviewers trying to elicit a completely honest response from candidates by catching them off guard. Three years

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