Interview stress is extremely common, and in all honesty, everyone is likely to experience it at one time or another in their life. At it's worst it can prevent you from getting the job you desperately want.
Even the best of us can experience the dreaded ‘o’ word. No, not overworking, that is the subject of another post. Instead, it’s the overwhelm word; can you relate? I bet you can.
With a global skills shortage and a pattern of key new hires not always staying in the post, is it time to consider using a scientific approach when you recruit individuals into your business-critical roles?
A profile of Jennifer Brandwood:-
Attracting talent to your company isn’t easy. According to a recent HR Directors survey by PWC, 75% said their Companies were facing talent constraints, with 85% saying attracting and retaining talent is their biggest challenge in 2019.
Congratulations you have finally landed that new role you have wanted for ages and are all ready to get going.
Whether you're entering your final few months of graduate life, returning from a gap year or have just taken a few months off, before contemplating getting on the career ladder the processes you need to follow remain the same.
The deal is done. Contracts are signed your leaving ‘do’ is imminent and your current desk is all packed away; onwards to the next step in your career.