The STAR method is a structured and highly effective approach to answering what can often be tricky questions in job interviews. Specifically, the STAR method will help you excel in answering behavioural interview questions.
I read an interesting statistic the other day that in 2005 the working population was 1 in 3 and is predicted to be 1 in 5 by 2030. Sounds good for unemployment right? But what does it actually mean for the workforce?
Once upon a time, a person was either job hunting, or they weren’t. If they were job hunting, they were pouring through job advertisements, engaging with recruitment agencies and sending out their CV to anyone and everyone. If they were not job hunting, not only were they not doing any of the above, but they weren’t even thinking about any of the above.
Vinnie’s CEO sleep out 2014 Since 2006, CEOs and Directors have been braving an Australian winter night outside for the annual Vinnie’s CEO sleep out. Starting out as a local community venture in Sydney’s Parramatta, the event went national in 2010 and has raised over $13 million of important funds for Vinnie’s Homeless Services to directly assist people experiencing homelessness.
Welcome to the third instalment in our “Job Seekers, Get Social” series. Social media provides a crucial set of tools for job seekers to promote their personal brands, network with people of influence, and generally stay informed.
Since its beginnings, Easter has been a time of celebration and feasting, behaviours which we are especially partial to here in the office.
Having been in SAP recruitment now for 9 years, probably one of the most common questions I get asked is “How do I get in to SAP?”
LinkedIn is by far and away the most talked about social network in recruitment, and rightly so. But it’s not the only kid on the block…
Interview tips are a dime a dozen across the web. Our mission on the Speller Blog is to convey advice and information that cuts through…so, we recently asked our consultants for some of their top interview tips, without any fluff.