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How to Write an Effective Resume That Gets You Hired

If there is one crucial tool most job seekers need to master – it is their resume. This is synonymous to a carpenter’s hammer, a writer’s pen, and a surgeon’s instrument. It must work accordingly for the person in order to land a perfect job. Needless to say, ending up with the right career will… Read More »

Things You Should Never Say in a Job Interview

Things You Should Never Say in a Job Interview You might be qualified and well suited for a job but saying one wrong thing can make you lose the job altogether. There are times when people say the wrong things and assume that what they said is of no consequence. Here are a few things… Read More »

4 Critical Resume Mistakes To Avoid

4 Critical Resume Mistakes To Avoid Sometimes it can seem impossible to create an effective resume that captures the hiring manager’s attention and gets you the interview. You’ve spent tons of time thinking about what to put on your resume and yet you still aren’t getting any calls. One simple reason for this could be… Read More »

5 Things You Should Avoid During Job Interviews

5 Things You Should Avoid During Job Interviews Job interviews are crucial platforms for candidates to showcase their credentials and convince panelists on why they (candidates) are best-placed to fill advertised vacancies. Despite this, the conduct of interviewees during these important sessions may work against their impressive curriculum vitae. The following are hazards you should… Read More »

7 Resume Mistakes to Avoid

7 Resume Mistakes to Avoid Many job-seekers, with impressive academic and professional qualifications, are not invited for job interviews owing to various errors and inaccuracies in their resumes. A document that encapsulates your suitability for a job should be error-free. A resume is the first significant contact between a prospective employer and a potential employee.… Read More »

How to Pass Job Interviews From a Communication Point of View

How to Pass Job Interviews From a Communication Point of View Job Interviews are intimidating for many candidates, but this could change if you think about them from a communication process point of view.  Sometimes, looking at an issue from a different perspective may change your reaction and the expected outcome. Instead of approaching interviewers… Read More »

Your Definitive A-Z Guide to Interviews: Part 2

Your Definitive A-Z Guide to Interviews: Part 2 Money Unless asked, refrain from asking about money/salary or any other job perks at the interview. If you are asked any salary related questions by the interviewer, then by all means answer appropriately. What you want to avoid is to be seen as only wanting the job… Read More »

Your Definitive A-Z Guide to Interviews: Part 1

Your Definitive A-Z Guide to Interviews: Part 1 Interviews are inevitable part of job hunting but they don’t need to be something you dread. With the right amount of preparation you can stand out from the other candidates and give yourself a much better chance of getting that job. Ask If the letter inviting you… Read More »

The Monopoly of Agile

The Monopoly of Agile By no means is agile a new concept in the business world. It has been introduced more than a decade ago and has since changed the way people around the world approach work and project management. However, while agile is still spreading over to new areas, a natural question rises –… Read More »

The 5 Scopes of Agile Planning

The 5 Scopes of Agile Planning The concept of planning within the agile methodology has often been misunderstood. Due to the commonly known statement “We value responding to change over following a plan” most of teams starting agile think that they will no longer need to plan for the future. Contrary to this popular opinion,… Read More »