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  • Nova Search’s tips to landing the job you want

    Posted on Monday, June 7, 2021 by Joey DennerlyNo comments

    Nova Search’s tips to landing the job you want Know your career goals You need to know what career you want. Make sure you have a clear and realistic goal, determine how you plan to reach it and know what you require to land the role. Get CV help If you are struggling knowing how to start your CV, ask a friend, a family member or even google to help! CV’s are so important as it shows the ...

  • Nova Search’s Tips for Being a Better Salesperson

    Posted on Tuesday, May 18, 2021 by Joey Dennerly15 comments

    Remember to promote benefits not just features Being a Salesman or Saleswoman is hard. Often the person you want to sell to is busy or has other priorities. What some sales people do when they sell is focus on the features of an item rather than the benefits. It’s so important to highlight that what you are selling either a product or a service will enhance that person’s life. Product: Let’s take ...

  • 10 Easy Wellness Program Ideas for Remote Workers

    Posted on Friday, April 16, 2021 by Joey Dennerly11 comments

    Nova Search believes that companies should try and offer wellness programmes for their staff where possible. Here are some ideas. 1. Encourage openness about mental illness. When a person in leadership speaks about experiences with mental health issues, it makes everyone more comfortable talking about it - and more aware of the issues. Even if team members choose to keep anxiety and depression to ...

  • 6 Recruiting Trends You Should Follow in 2021

    Posted on Thursday, April 1, 2021 by Joey DennerlyNo comments

    Trend #1. Target Your Marketing As much as you think you know about your potential employee, their devices know so much more. Their location, searches, latest purchases and social interaction are all saved and ready to be used in your targeted ads. So don’t waste your time and money on general job boards and newspaper ads ー benefit from all of this data and target your ideal candidate. Also, make ...

  • Tips to a successful CV

    Posted on Wednesday, March 3, 2021 by Joey Dennerly14 comments

    Writing a good CV can be one of the toughest challenges of job hunting. Here are tips for writing a CV that'll secure the all-important interview. Keep it real Usually a CV should be no more than two pages – and that’s two pages of A4 paper! Employers spend, an average, just 8 seconds looking at any one CV, and a sure fire way of landing yourself on the no pile is to send them your entire life ...

  • 5 questions to ask at an interview

    Posted on Wednesday, March 3, 2021 by Joey DennerlyNo comments

    This is a chance for you to find out more about the employer and display your enthusiasm for the role, so make sure you have some questions to ask your interviewer. Your interview is going well. You've answered all the recruiter's questions confidently and the session is coming to a close. One of the final things you'll be asked will be, 'Do you have any questions for me?' To have a chance of ...

  • Starting a new job remotely

    Posted on Wednesday, November 4, 2020 by Alisha LordNo comments

    Starting a new job remotely can be incredibly challenging, but if you prepare well, you’ll be off to a great start. Before your first day: how to prepare In the run-up to your first day it is important to be proactive. You should: Researching your new company. You may already know a fair amount about them from your interview prep, but it’s always best to be really informed and up to date. Use ...

  • Four words you should never use in a job interview

    Posted on Monday, March 23, 2020 by Alisha LordNo comments

    Four words you should never use in a job interview The four words you should avoid in any interview include “obviously”, “we”, “workaholic” and “challenge”. Instead, try the STAR method - Situation, Action, Task, Results - in interviews. This is always effective when you're asked to give examples of past situations A STAR answer is one where you answer succinctly but directly, by outlining the ...

  • Video interviewing is the future

    Posted on Friday, March 20, 2020 by Alisha LordNo comments

    Video Interviewing Video interviewing is becoming more and more popular and is becoming a crucial part of the hiring process. The interviews can take place in several forms. If you have an interview coming up, it’s a good idea to prepare! We’ll walk your through the types of interviews, what you should wear and helpful tips on body language and eye contact. Top tips before starting your video ...

  • 10 Common Interview Questions

    Posted on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 by Alisha LordNo comments

    10 Common Interview Questions Have you got an interview coming up and need help to prepare? If you have an upcoming interview and need to prepare, read through these 10 common interview questions to give the best answers to stand out. 1. What are your key strengths? Interviewers are expecting you to identify your main strengths that will be relevant to the role you have applied for. This may ...