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If you’re serious about finding your next dream job, you need a plan. But not just any plan—a plan that reflects who you are, what you want and what you can do.
A lot of advice for newcomers is centers around the idea of doing "coffee chats". Anubhav shares her experience with coffee chats, what she learned from doing them well, tactical advice, as well as s
Congrats! Your resume impressed the hiring manager and now you are invited to an interview. It is exciting but can also be stressful. What should you say? What do you wear? And ultimately how to convi
It’s important that you prepare a tailored response for each job interview, especially be prepared to answer why a company should hire you over other candidates.
As a newcomer to Canada, it often takes time to get settled and find a job in your industry. It’s okay to have an employment gap, but how you explain it is very important.
A second interview is your chance to go a lot deeper and explore the talents you bring to the team and the company, the corporate culture and fit and the opportunities for you to grow in your career.
Here are five key areas to focus your prep for online interview success.
Who Should I Ask to be a Reference and How Should I Ask Them?
It is very common for an employer to ask whether you have any questions for them near the end of an interview. Here are some questions that you can ask the interviewers.
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How to prepare for an in-person or online job interview.
Be video interview ready with these 4 easy steps!
In this job search webinar, Vivian Li (Senior Manager, Inclusive Recruitment) at RBC and Rebecca Lee (Coordinator, Online Services) at ACCES Employment will discuss the interview stages and formats, c