Preparing for an interview can take as much time and research as the initial stages of applying for a job, but how far should those preparations extend?
They should at least include practising online tests, some online research and talking to people who work for the company, says Stevan Rolls, head of HR at Deloitte LLP.
And he warns HR professionals not to be complacent. “Knowing how interviews work and having an insight into the process doesn’t necessarily give you an advantage,” he says.
He has heard of applicants recruiting a coach to help them with their interview style but he warns…
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