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Many job applicants think incorrectly that the war is pretty much won once their CV gets the nod and they get invited to a job interview. Yet the shortlisting is only the first hurdle and, once cleared, candidates must prepare to compete on a very different level against other candidates who also passed muster on paper, an expert says.


So you've sent off your CV and have now been called in for an interview. The interview process is arguably the most nerve-wrecking part, and rightfully so. Read on for some tips and tricks on how to deal with the job interview process.


With many business leaders grappling with the ramifications of remote work, off-site connection to corporate networks and post-Covid-19 disruption, effective management of human resources has increasingly come under scrutiny. The most recent issue to emerge is the use of 'stay interviews' to address a rise in the number of 'exit interviews'.


You've probably heard of the success stories of people who found their jobs through networking. But you might have also heard that it's not a reliable way to find work. Who's right?


Let's face it - you've already read that networking is the most successful way to find a job. When it comes to getting a job, you're your own brand, and all the parts of your life - your experiences, strengths, weaknesses, and even your attitude -are going to come into play. 

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