We’ve written a lot about successful job interview techniques, but sometimes even experienced job seekers make annoying mistakes. In this article, we will provide examples of 5 phrases that you should never say in a job interview if you are looking to get the job.
Julia is an obedient girl. She was always praised – in kindergarten, at school, and at home. Julia obeyed the elders, and everything was fine. Now Yulia is twenty-seven, and most of all she wants to go to a desert island. Forever. Because Julia is trouble-free and will do everything you ask for. She does not know how to resist manipulation. For example, recently Yulia agreed to stay late after work because the boss “can entrust such a difficult client only to her.”
Have you ever wondered why things are going so badly and you don’t want to go to the office this morning? If such questions arise, you should not blame the problems on professional burnout. Perhaps it’s all about the constant negativity from colleagues or managers. In this article, we have collected five signs by which you can recognize a toxic collective.
We are used to looking for an answer to any question on the Internet, and before starting something new we google for tips and advice. There are many career tips. The problem is that they often contradict each other and completely ignore your situation.
Career consultant, owner of the Hype Group recruiting agency Frank Rechsteiner told how to treat recommendations from the Internet. In this article, you will find 5 career tips that can harm your career, so be careful about following them directly. If you are just making a decision – to quit or not – we hope that we will help you make the right choice.
In our individualistic time, the ability to productively work in a team is what most employers need and seek for. And most applicants are sure to note in the resume that they are great at teamwork. In this article, we will describe what teamwork is and how employers assess teamwork with candidates using situational judgement tests and personality questionnaires.
Boeing (The Boeing Company) is the world’s largest aerospace company. This is a manufacturer of civil and military aircraft, spacecraft, aviation equipment, robotics and related products and services. Boeing is headquartered in Chicago, USA, and its main manufacturing facility is in Seattle and the state of Washington, USA. Boeing is one of the 12 largest US companies with 138,000 employees as of early 2021.
Bayer AG (Bayer) is a German multinational pharmaceutical company, one of the three largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. The company is headquartered in Leverkusen, Germany. Bayer is focused on pharmaceuticals for humans and animals, consumer health products, agricultural chemicals, seeds and biotechnology products.
Kellogg Company (Kellogg, Kellogg’s) is one of the largest and richest FMCG (fast moving consumer goods) companies of the world. It is the leading manufacturer of breakfast cereals, chips, biscuits and instant foods. The company is headquartered in Battle Creek, Michigan, USA. The history of the company dates back to 1906, when brothers William and John Kellogg opened a cornflakes factory in this city. The brothers were family, but all their lives they were at enmity and led 2 competing companies for the production of cereals. The company we know now is from John Kellogg.
Everyone has failed a job interview at least once. And what hurts most of all is that interviewers usually ask simple questions, which you think you cannot answer wrong. It turns out you can. The harmless curiosity of the “tell about yourself” question is an excellent test that reveals many of the qualities of a candidate. Including those that he or she would like to hide. Unfortunately for many, this has become a banana peel to slip on. How to stop stumbling in the same place and finally start giving quality answers? In this article you will find 9 most common questions that many jobseekers answer wrong. If you think about them and answer them the way we recommend, you can easily get to the next stage like aptitude tests or job offer.
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