Interview Tips

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  • Refer to our top questions to help you create a lasting impression at your next interview.
  • As the candidate, you must make sure that you are registered with the right recruitment agency for you. But how do you ensure that you have chosen well? Bain and Gray explain..
  • Now that January is well and truly over, it’s the perfect time to reflect on getting the most out of your job. Perhaps you’re looking for more of a challenge, returning back to work or need more of a work life balance – whatever you need; here are some top tips to help get you on the right track.
  • Registrations have now opened for office* 2016 taking place at ExCeL on 11-12 May. This week they’ve confirmed Libby Moore, former EA and Chief of Staff to Oprah Winfrey, as their Keynote speaker.
  • Read the key attributes needed to be a great PA from Olivia O'Malley, PA to Managing Director at Tiger Recruitment.
  • With a growing number of employers meeting candidates via video conferencing apps, we thought it would be useful to provide some tips on how to ace your next video interview.
  • Recently graduated and actively job seeking? These key career tips from Corinne Mills, MD of Personal Career Management will help you succeed in your job search.
  • Erica First is the Programming Chair of the New York Celebrity Assistants, which supports and serves the unique needs of celebrity personal assistants in a confidential environment.
  • Congratulations on securing an interview. Interviews can be a daunting experience, so it’s really important that you prepare for it well in advance. Not only can preparation make a great difference to your confidence, it is also proven to enhance your chances of being offered roles by up to 40%.
  • Celebrity PA, Trainer and Coach Bonnie Low-Kramen shares her top tips to help you ace your next PA job interview
  • Ever had a bad interview? Can you think of a time where you felt incredibly disappointed and maybe even incredibly embarrassed with your performance after meeting a prospective employer?