If you are applying for jobs, particularly in this climate, it’s highly likely you will be called to discuss your application in more detail. These conversations are used as a way to get to know you in more depth than your CV alone can provide.
Whilst this blog is a little more light-hearted, the people are real, the cases are real, the rulings are final, this is 7 Things You Should Never Do When Applying for Jobs.
There are many, many more that fall under this umbrella, however, I feel that my fingers would never get a break from typing them all out, so here are a few to take note of and hopefully you can have a laugh or two, or seven!
There is nothing more exciting than finding your dream job online and hitting the ‘apply’ button. There is also nothing more frustrating than never getting a response. You may think it is because of your skillset, lack of experience or even job tenure. Whilst this plays a major part in what employers look for in a CV, it’s actually the CV itself and the way it is presented that makes the BIGGEST mark.