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The Four Questions You Need To Stop Asking in Interviews… And Four You *Should* Ask

Are you an employer? Involved in the recruitment process?  Getting the right formula for your interviews is difficult.  Different companies have different methods, promoting their own secret recruitment sauce.  At Conspicuous, we respect our clients’ and partners’ right to interview how they believe best fits their interest. That said, if you are asking any of the following questions during job interviews, you might be scaring away potentially great candidates, leaving …

The best way to answer competency-based questions in Microsoft Dynamics 365 interviews

Firstly, let’s look at what we mean by competency-based questions… In addition to standard interview questions on your background and what you are looking for in a role or company, most interviewers like to ask competency-based interview questions, designed to test the skills or competencies that are needed for the specific role. Most interviewers work on the premise that past behaviour is the best indicator of future performance. These questions will provide you with an opportunity …

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How to negotiate the best possible deal from your job offer

When you start looking for a new job, it’s imperative that you carefully consider what you are looking for in terms of remuneration and package. You need to understand what your particular ‘non-negotiables’ are – the minimum package you are willing to accept. You should also be aware of how much someone in your position, with your skills and experience, can expect to be paid. Within the Dynamics 365 arena, there are constant salary surveys to guide you, but local and individual variants …

Getting your professional online profile noticed by recruiters

When you are in the market for a new job, it is essential that you have a professional online profile that showcases your skills and experience and it is vital that it’s in good shape. This is because your professional profile is one of the first things that potential recruiters will research and look at. There are various channels on which you can show your experience, skills, and expertise depending on your background and they include LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Click here for some more …

How To Make The Best Impression in a New Job

Starting a new job can be a daunting prospect for anyone, whatever the level of the position, and it is important that you settle in and adapt to your new position quickly, in order to make the best impression in a new job. Here is our advice on what you can do to make the most of the first 30 days in your new position: 1. Prepare, prepare, prepare Prepare everything you need to give a good impression in advance of your first day – familiarise yourself about the company and your new …

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