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Is it worth lying in the CV? What can be the consequences of lying?

Is it worth lying in the CV? What can be the consequences of lying?

Good CV is a necessity when you want to get a good job. The bigger experience you have, the better chance you have to get the attention of the recruiter. A number of skills connected with the job position and your level of proficiency in them are also esp...

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Dress code on the interview – is it still important? What to wear to adjust your outfit to company norms?

There were times when each person on a good job position had to wear formally in a suit (men) or another formal outfit (women). Today, a casual dress code is very popular in many companies, independently on the job position. Is this rule applicable for an...

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Why is swift feedback important in the recruitment process?

Almost every recruitment process requires a lot of work: searching for candidates, reviewing the resumes, choosing candidates for the interview, conducting interviews and... a lot of feedback. Each interview is connected with spending much time by a recru...

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The nonfinancial perks important to all employees

Salary is one of the most important factors for a job candidate. However, it's not the only one that is taken into account when they search for a job. The other important aspect is perks. Additional benefits can be very often a deciding factor when they c...

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Different types of employment – which one is the best for you?

The job market looks different than it looked ten or twenty years ago. The constant change in technology, different approaches to industrial processes and globalisation couldn't have any impact on working conditions. That's why the whole employment system...

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Is it better to hire versatile employees or specialists in a narrow field?

Who would be a better employee: a person with some knowledge and experience in many fields or a person with huge knowledge and experience, but only in one field? The answer is simple: it depends. We don't like such an answer but in case of recruitment in....

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How to write a good CV and how to read it well

A CV is usually the first form of contact between a recruiter and a candidate. Unlike a conversation face to face, it gives a very limited chance of introducing oneself. A candidate has to learn how to show their most important qualities in such a limited...

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Recruiter as a mediator between a client and a candidate

Mediation is a proven strategy for overcoming differences between two parties: ex-husband and ex-wife, countries in conflict, members of neighbouring communities. A mediator is a neutral person who is able to recognise the needs of both parties, because o...

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Onboarding – how to welcome your new employee

Costs of acquiring a qualified, talented employee aren't small, especially in a very specialised area like for example engineering sector. If there aren't many people who work in a particular branch, finding then can be, to say at least, difficult, and fi...

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Why it's always worth to use a recruitment agency

Very often employees complain that finding a good job is a real challenge. Employers offer salaries lower than expected by the employees, few social benefits, and seemingly unfriendly working environment. On the other hand, finding a qualified and reliabl...

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