An interview is a two-way street, for the employer to assess your suitability for the role and vice versa. Whilst most of the questions are targeted at the interviewee, the employer often (and should) give the opportunity to be asked a question or two.
Phrasing your questions correctly does require a little preparation but having a couple ready is much easier than trying to come up with something on the spot.
It’s common to spend a lot of time perfecting your CV, but your cover letter can easily be overlooked. If you currently use a standard template for every role, today is the day to stop!
As recruiters, myself and the PN Personnel team read a lot of cover letters. If you are serious about the vacancy you are applying for, you need to spend the time to tailor your cover letter.
We’ve got our own key words starting with S in the PN Personnel office. They relate specifically to temporary staff: Simple – Speed – Skills.
Simple – one call to us is all it takes. We manage the entire recruitment process and employment contract.
Speed – PN Personnel has a pool of talented temporaries available now for work.
Skills – Our temporaries cover a wide range of industries.
Working from home is the option for many staff currently, as businesses work with COVID-19 guidelines for staff and customers. If you have never worked from home before, there are some tips to manage your working day remotely.
You were probably not expecting in our current lockdown situation for a heading such as this – yet this is the long-term prediction from leading economist Shamubeel Eaqub from his Trade Me webinar this afternoon.
It’s always amazing what you can do if you set your mind to it. The speaker at the recent 3Keys event I attended impressed me with her story. Hollie Woodhouse is a full-time endurance athlete, adventurer and graphic designer. Every year she sets herself a goal, a challenge to complete. In doing this, she has been on some impressive adventures.
Generation Z are those born from 1995 onwards. These will be the next generation of workers and hold a different perspective on work to the Gen X, Millennials and Baby Boomers.
Temporary workers play an essential role in sustaining a vibrant and dynamic Manawatu business community.