Job interview tips
Whether you’re an experienced job seeker or you’re preparing for your first job interview, we’ve got a range of useful tips for success. Including advice on how to answer common interview questions, customer service interview questions, competency based interview questions, or anything else, you’ll find all the best job interview tips here.
So, you’ve finally landed yourself an interview for your dream job. But what now? Here are some of the best ways to battle interview nerves and make sure you stay confident, calm and collected on the big day…
So you aced the first interview. What next? Here are a few of the most common second interview questions (and our advice on how to answer them).
Not sure you’re up-to-speed when it comes to psychometric testing? Find out the facts now.
Not sure what type of biscuit you are (or why you’re even being asked)? Here are some of our favourite tough interview questions, and how to answer them.
Difficult interview questions? What about difficult people? Here’s our advice for how to answer: ‘Tell me about a time you’ve dealt with a difficult person’:
A job interview can be a pretty terrifying experience. Here are eight of the most awkward interview moments, and our advice on how to deal with them:
Important customer service interview coming up? We’ve got this. To help you practice, here are five commonly asked customer service interview questions, and how to answer them:
Figuring out whether your interview went well isn’t always easy. To help you spot them, here are eight signs to look out for:
Interview questions come in all shapes and sizes. We’ve already covered the types of interviews you might have, but here are five of the most common types of interview questions (and our top tips on how to answer them):
Not big on self-promotion? We’ve already covered some of the most common interview questions that could come up, but here’s our advice for how to answer: ‘What are your strengths?’
We’ve already covered some of the most common interview questions, but here’s our advice on the best way to answer: ‘why do you want this job?’
We spoke to students to find out what they thought were the worst things you can do at an interview – and gave our top tips on how to avoid them.
Great news: you’ve been invited to a second interview. We’ve already covered second interview questions and answers, but here’s everything you need to know about second interviews:
Some questions are better left unasked. Here are five that you should never bring up at an interview:
Struggling to stand out? It might be time to take it personally. To make sure you’re highlighting your attributes as well as your skills, here are five personal attributes most valued by employers:
Not sure exactly what you can and can’t be asked at an interview? Here’s a list of questions to avoid, and how to answer them should they arise:
There’s only one thing scarier than an interview: cancelling one. To make sure you’re doing it in the right way, here are a few tips on how to cancel an interview:
Cancelling an interview can be a pretty awkward experience. To make sure you don’t burn any bridges, here are five good reasons to cancel an interview:
Sick of being told that ‘everything happens for a reason’ (and other apt motivational slogans)? Here are our top tips to help you ace your next interview:
We’ve already covered how to survive interview rejection, but here are five things you should never do if you don’t get the job:
When it comes to an interview, you can never be too prepared. If you’re invited to a face-to-face interview – here are our top tips on how to prepare:
Looking for a role in management? First, you have to manage the interview. To help inspire you, here are five of our favourite manager interview questions, and our advice on how to answer them:
Not sure how to prove you’d be great at remote working? To help you with your interview preparation, here are five of the most common remote interview questions – and our advice on how to answer them:
You might be familiar with certain interview types, for example telephone interviews or group interviews, but have you ever heard of competency-based interviews?