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  • BA Recruitment
    forms Are you confident about applying for jobs over the phone Are you confident about applying for jobs online Have you used the internet to search for jobs Most companies now advertise online Essential Social Media networks include Twitter Facebook and LinkedIn Do you read your local papers regularly to find out which companies are expanding and which new companies are coming to the area Have you considered contacting these companies to see if they have any jobs Have you registered with any recruitment agencies Have you checked out the Job Centre Plus website At your local Jobcentre Plus you ll find information about the jobs available in your area You can also get help deciding which job to go for Networking and word of mouth Networking is about making the most of your contacts Let everyone know you re looking for a certain type of work including friends and family The more people who know you re looking for work the more chance you have of hearing about an unadvertised vacancy You can also network at professional events Even if you re not working don t be afraid to go to training days and conferences you can use them

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/jobpack/Planning-your-Job-Hunting.html (2016-02-14)
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  • BA Recruitment
    changes to your agreement When you register with an agency they will ask you for information about yourself so they can find you a suitable placement or job Information may include proof of your identity such as your birth certificate passport your experience and any training or qualifications you have They will also make sure that you are willing to do the job before putting you into it An agency can offer you a job at short notice They can also finish temporary work at short notice without being responsible for any unfair dismissal or redundancy pay Always make sure you understand your contract How do I get the most out of a recruitment agency To get the most out of a recruitment agency it is important you think about how you can best work with them Remember you are telling them about your skills and they will help you find a job You are working together So to make the most out of your recruitment agency make sure you Keep in regular contact with them Give them all the information they need including your contact details and references Are honest Keep your CV accurate and up to date Tell them if there is a particular type of job you don t want be up front and save time Listen to any advice from your consultant about improving your CV remember they are professionals and they want to help you get a job and Talk to your agency if they are not finding you work It may be because there is not enough of the type of work you want and you might want to think about other types of work you are willing to do Or you could register with another agency that offers the type of work you

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/jobpack/What-should-you-look-for-in-a-recruitment-agency.html (2016-02-14)
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  • BA Recruitment
    have used this equipment 6 How long have you been out of work and how do you spend your time Describe the following What you have done to look for a job Mention any voluntary work you have done Mention any further education study or training you have taken part in and Mention your hobbies and leisure activities if appropriate Try to link what you did to the skills and experience the employer is looking for 7 What makes you think you are the right person for this job Tell the interviewer about the following The skills and experience you have which are relevant to the job and The personal qualities that you bring to the job 8 Why have you had so many jobs You could say the following things You wanted to widen your experience in different companies Many of the jobs were temporary and You would rather be in work than out of work 9 Why have you only had one job You could say the following things You had several jobs within your last company The job offered you the opportunity to develop You enjoyed the work 10 Why should I take you on Be ready for this question and answer confidently and positively Describe your skills and experience and how relevant they are to this job Tell them you are enthusiastic and willing to learn Tell them you are hard working reliable and capable 11 Aren t you over qualified Emphasise the following You are looking for something different and You can take as well as give instructions 12 How do you get on with people Describe how you have worked as part of a team in the past Give examples of your ability to get on with people at all levels Give examples of how you have provided good customer service if this is relevant 13 What makes a good team member Describe the skills needed for example Good communication skills Flexibility The ability to adapt to change The ability to co operate with other people and Having a good sense of humour and so on Give examples of how you showed these in previous work situations or leisure activities 14 How do you cope with pressure Describe the pressures in previous jobs using a recent example for example how you coped with a deadline that had been brought forward how you completed a rush order or dealt with staff shortages 15 What are your strengths and weaknesses Strengths the employer should already know your strengths from your application but you may want to emphasise particular skills relevant to the job by giving examples Weaknesses start by describing parts of your last job which you found difficult and then explain how you overcame these difficulties or be brief but honest for example I can sometimes be a little too enthusiastic Remember Employers value people who can admit their mistakes rather than blaming their failings on others 16 What would you like to be doing

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/jobpack/Preparing-for-your-interview.html (2016-02-14)
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  • BA Recruitment
    your own responses before interviews Q Tell me about yourself The interviewer is really saying I want to hear you talk A This is an icebreaker but is a common question so your response can stay the same Write a script rehearse it so it sounds impromptu Spend a maximum of 4 minutes to describe your qualifications career history and your range of skills emphasising those skills relevant to the job on offer Q What have your achievements been to date The interviewer is saying Are you an achiever A Again this is a common question so be prepared Select an achievement that is work related and fairly recent Identify the skills you used and the achievement and quantify the benefit For example my greatest achievement has been to design and implement a new sales ledger computer system bring it in ahead of time and improve our debtors position significantly saving the company 50 000 per month in interest Q Are you happy with your career to date The interviewer is really asking about your self esteem and self confidence your career aspirations and whether you are happy positive person A the answer must be yes but if you have hit a career plateau or you feel you are moving too slowly then you must qualify the answer Q What is the most difficult situation you have had to face and how did you tackle it The interviewer is really trying to find out what your definition of difficult is and whether you can show a logical approach to problem solving using your initiative A This can be a trap To avoid it select a difficult work situation which was not caused by you and which can be quickly explained in a few sentences Explain how you defined the problem what the options were why you selected the one you did and what the outcome was Always end on a positive note Q What do you like about your present job The interviewer is really trying to find out whether you will enjoy the things you will experience in the job on offer A This is a straightforward question All you have to make sure is that your likes correspond to skills etc required in the job on offer Be positive describe your job as interesting and diverse but do not overdo it after all you are leaving Q What do you dislike about your present job The interviewer is trying to find out whether the job on offer has responsibilities you will dislike or which will make you unsuitable A Be careful with this one Do not be too specific as you may draw attention to weaknesses which will leave you open to further problems One approach is to choose a characteristic of your present company such as its size its slow decision making etc Give your answer with the air of someone who takes problems and frustrations in your stride as part of the job Q What are

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/jobpack/Interview-Assistance.html (2016-02-14)
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  • BA Recruitment
    interviews You may be invited to be assessed as part of a group This is to test how you might work as part of a team Be prepared to take an active part in discussion or task and put forward your ideas Be confident but not aggressive Telephone interviews Some employers may carry out a first interview over the phone Be prepared for this when phoning employers by having your CV handy and reading through the sample questions Skills tests or work sample tests These test are designed to measure the level of your knowledge or understanding of the job for example typing tests etc Find out what the test will involve and try to practise before the interview Personality tests You could be asked questions about your thoughts feelings behaviour in certain situations There is no such thing as a right or wrong answer The end result is a personality rating used to see if the person fits the job advertised Analysing these tests is a highly skilled process and larger organisations may use these tests along with other methods Aptitude tests Aptitude tests are designed to predict how well you might do certain tasks They test abilities such

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/jobpack/Other-types-of-interviews.html (2016-02-14)
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  • BA Recruitment
    second chance to make a first impression 3 PUNCTUAL Always be early and be sure you know how to get there Always contact the interviewer consultant if you are lost 4 PREDETERMINE Asking questions is always an opportunity to impress Predetermine a few questions and write them down to take into the interview 5 POSITIVE Stay positive throughout If you have any doubts try to ask questions in a positive

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/jobpack/Top-5-Interview-Tips.html (2016-02-14)
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  • BA Recruitment
    again You can also record which daily local papers advertise jobs which recruitment agencies you have contacted when trade journals come out and which friends have provided useful information Most businesses are advertising on the internet You will find that networking sites like Facebook LinkedIn and twitter are becoming more and more popular It is very important for you to keep a track of who has your CV BA Recruitment

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/jobpack/Keeping-track-of-your-progress.html (2016-02-14)
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  • BA Recruitment
    decision It really doesn t matter if it s no because all of your doors are still open It isn t a good idea to play this game if you haven t been offered another job although it may seem tempting because the end result could be disastrous You don t want to lose the chances of getting this job by being overzealous Negotiating Your Salary Benefits Package Now comes the really important part It s always wise to leave discussing salary and any benefits package until you ve been offered the job The reason being once your future employer has decided that you re the employee for them you are in a better position to negotiate a mutually acceptable deal This is not just about money and benefits It s about your whole contract which includes salary benefits holiday entitlement and working hours plus any extras you might be expecting By negotiating it will give the perception that you know what you are actually worth This might not be exactly what your employer wants to offer on the basis that you are asking for more than they really want to pay but it will show that you have good negotiating qualities a strong personality and good negotiation skills This will have a good bearing should you be entering a sales orientated role It s a good quality to have However there is little point in trying to squeeze them like a lemon with unrealistic sums At the end of the day they can only pay you what they can afford and you might end up losing the job at the last minute something you won t want to do due to greed So the big question here is how are you going to determine how much they value you and what are they willing to pay you Well in all honesty it s no good just plucking a figure out of the air When you applied for the position the chances are that there would have been an indication of the salary on offer whether that was a Salary In The Region Of X or Basic Salary In The Region Of X With On Target Earnings Of X or Salary Between X and X Subject To Experience Aim for the top end of the scale or if you are really cheeky you could try and squeeze them for 5 15 more than the quoted figure They can only say no and the chances are you will end up getting more than they would have offered you in the first place Remember that if you can prove to your future employer that you are better than the average Brian you will have a far better chance of negotiating your way to the higher level of the salary bracket So how do you prove this Well your qualifications are always a good start If you have more qualifications than were originally advertised for the position then that s a plus point

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/jobpack/When-you-get-the-Job-Offer.html (2016-02-14)
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