@JobAdviceSA @JobStarterSA A5 The ideal would be to ask them in the interview what the process is like, how many rounds there would be and when you can follow up. Pre-frame this so that you are not biting your nails at home. #JobAdviceSA
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@JobStarterSA @JobAdviceSA I did everything through an Agency and I do not know the contact details of my interviewer but recently I came upon one of the interviewers profile on linkedin while searching the company is it advisable to send a thank you message on LinkedIn?.
@JobAdviceSA @JobStarterSA Look at the job description and match them with the skills you obtained in the previous experience and your diploma/degree..
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@JobAdviceSA @JobStarterSA Well make sure that you prepare for that question in a way that you even set examples that will even give them a picture that will help them try match your problem solving skills with what they want. The more examples you give - alot of chances are gained..
@JobAdviceSA @JobStarterSA When preparing for an interview. Be well prepared for the questions like; Have you ever come across a difficult client? Or has there ever been a conflict at work and you were involved? In most cases the interviewers are waiting for a yes..
@JobAdviceSA @JobStarterSA A5: Ask both when & how at the interview. This also depends on how far you progress through the process. In the initial stages wait a bit because because the company is working through more candidates. In the final stages not as long but take your cue from the recruiter.
Hi Ongi, this looks like a scam to me, every legitimate company would include the name, email address and contact details of the recruiter and/or company #JobAdviceSA.
Thank you #JobAdviceSA and everyone who has shared their advice on such an important topic for many candidates that will be going through interviews this year. #JobStarterSA.
@JobAdviceSA @JobStarterSA A2: Professionalism (which includes dress, been on time, and speaking well), competence (including the job in question and the skills required to execute the position). #JobAdviceSA.
A5. You should always ask at the end of the interview what the next steps are and when you should expect to hear from them, otherwise I would wait a week after the interview to follow up #JobAdviceSA.
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No longer than 10 working days. Some companies respond within a a week but it also depends on other factors candidates interviewed, assessments, etc. Unless the company gives you a timeline on when to get a response, please follow-up. @JobStarterSA @JobAdviceSA #interviewtips.
@JobAdviceSA @JobStarterSA A5 The ideal would be to ask them in the interview what the process is like, how many rounds there would be and when you can follow up. Pre-frame this so that you are not biting your nails at home. #JobAdviceSA.
@chennycharityw @JobAdviceSA A4 If anything is unclear in the jobspecs, first call them before applying, to make sure that is the kind of job you would be interested in. You can also ask them questions in the interview, but need to understand the overview of the position and business language. #JobAdviceSA.
@JobAdviceSA @JobStarterSA A1 Make sure that you include the most difficult questions they can ask you, so that you can be prepared for those as well. #JobAdviceSA.
@JobAdviceSA @JobStarterSA A1 Write down a list of Questions they can ask you-and prepare for those. Including why you should work for them(your Unique selling point/ elevator pitch) rehearse this. Try to make it 1-2 minutes most #JobadviceSA.
@JobAdviceSA @JobStarterSA A1 Do research on the company-their website & social media. See if they are in the news and make sure that you understand what is required in the specific job specs. See if you can come up with questions regarding their website/ newsbites. #JobAdviceSA.
If you didn’t ask in the interview when you can expect to hear back. You should wait at least 4-5 business days before doing a follow-up depending on the company. #JobAdviceSA #JobStarterSA.
@JobAdviceSA @JobStarterSA AB1-A week minimum. While on that, any recruiters here recruiting for quality & sales jobs? #JobadviceSA.
After your interview, send a thank you mail to the panel and interviewers. This is also an opportunity to clarify some of the questions you might not have had a chance to adequately answer. It shows that you went back and reflected on the interview. #JobAdviceSA #JobStarterSA.
#JobAdviceSA it is never advisable for candidates to be dishonest, especially with technical questions that will be asked in the interview..
@chennycharityw A2 Someone that will help them save money, make money or be more competitive. If that is you, they will want you. Put yourself in their shoes, would you hire yourself? Are you an asset to the company? Are you positive and uplifting, or negative? #JobAdviceSA.