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Here’s how you will succeed in your next phone interview

Here’s how you will succeed in your next phone interview

More often these days, employers and recruiters are conducting “pre-interview” phone interviews. They don’t necessarily mean you get the job if you ace it, however, if it doesn’t go well, it could mean you’re automatically off the list for a follow up face-to-face interview. Here are a few things to consider before taking a phone interview. Really think about what you want to say before you say it It can be tricky to get your message across over the phone…

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What are the common types of Physiotherapy and what salary can I expect?

What are the common types of Physiotherapy and what salary can I expect?

Stay motivated on your job search experience with these three simple tips Searching for a job can be exciting – the prospect of a new opportunity and new a beginning! But it can also be exhausting. For some, it can even feel like a full-time job!  I’ve compiled some tips on how to stay motivated and on course during your job hunt. Mix it up It can get repetitive submitting resume after resume and not getting a response. Not to…

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Stay motivated on your job search

Stay motivated on your job search

Stay motivated on your job search experience with these three simple tips Searching for a job can be exciting – the prospect of a new opportunity and new a beginning! But it can also be exhausting. For some, it can even feel like a full-time job!  I’ve compiled some tips on how to stay motivated and on course during your job hunt. Mix it up It can get repetitive submitting resume after resume and not getting a response. Not to…

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How to answer; So tell me about yourself

How to answer; So tell me about yourself

More often these days, employers and recruiters are conducting “pre-interview” phone interviews. They don’t necessarily mean you get the job if you ace it, however, if it doesn’t go well, it could mean you’re automatically off the list for a follow up face-to-face interview. Here are a few things to consider before taking a phone interview. Many interviews begin with the interviewer asking, “So, tell me about yourself.” This question is a way of easing you into the interview so…

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Taking the next step after graduating

Taking the next step after graduating

A road map from becoming a newly graduated occupational therapist to employment For most OT graduates, their first job plays an integral role in shaping and positioning them into the Occupational Therapist they see themselves being in the future. By creating avenues for new opportunities it can lead to you having a long and satisfying career within the industry. Yet like all good things, nothing comes easy and without a little work. Once you have passed that big hurdle of…

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Essential back to school tips for parents

Essential back to school tips for parents

It’s that time again! The school holidays can be such a relaxing time for families; no routines, no early morning drop-offs, and no homework! When it’s time for school to go back after the summer holidays, parents play a key role in setting the kids up for success. They can influence how their children feel about starting back at school and this, in turn, can affect their achievement throughout the year. It is beneficial when parents work with teachers and…

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What is empathy? – The skill that drives connection in recruitment

What is empathy? – The skill that drives connection in recruitment

It’s a declining trait in today’s workplace and society in general. And that’s a shame because, in a people-driven environment like the recruitment industry, learning and developing empathic skills can be a huge boost to your client, candidate and colleague relationships. Simply put, it’s the ability to understand and appreciate another person’s feelings and experiences. Asking a question such as ‘How would I feel if that happened to me?’ is to empathise; to take a look at a situation from another…

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5 ways to get back in the groove at work after some time off

5 ways to get back in the groove at work after some time off

The holidays are a great opportunity to catch up with loved ones, unwind, and spend some much-needed time away from the office. But now that the holiday season is over, it’s time to refocus on the job front and gear up for what could be weeks, if not months, of five-day work weeks without a built-in break. Here’s how to get back into the groove after a lighter period of work. 1. Ease back in slowly Maybe you don’t have any…

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Tips to stick to your New Years resolutions at work

Tips to stick to your New Years resolutions at work

“New year, new me.” It’s a mantra we often hear when a new year rolls around and people set resolutions for their work and personal lives. But we all know too well that these resolutions and goals are quickly ditched mid-February and forgotten about the rest of the year. Often, this happens because goals and change are scary, seemingly unattainable, inconvenient, or boring. While resolutions may not always be fun, they lead to positive changes and more enjoyable living –…

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Why December is the best time to hire

Why December is the best time to hire

December is the silly season, it’s full of Christmas parties and generally considered one of the slowest months of the year for recruitment. However, this final month presents a great opportunity for businesses to recruit high-quality talent and get a head start vs. your competition. Here are the top reasons why you should use this month to gain a competitive advantage in 2019. Less Competition After a busy 2018, many of your competitors will be looking forward to the end…

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