The 2014 recruitment round is in full swing and many of you will be celebrating your progression through the various selection phases. Well done! But what if you have to deliver a presentation as part of the assessment centre process? This can be a scary prospect. Here are my top tips for success which should help you keep a cool …
When it comes to dispensing careers advice or job search tips, everyone’s an expert. Or so it seems. No wonder today’s crop of graduates feel confused.com when it comes to separating the good from the bad….and the very, very ugly.
Group discussions are a really common assessment exercise as they allow the recruiter to see how you interact with others and work as part of a team – essential skills in pretty much any job. You are not in direct competition with your fellow candidates, so aim for a collaborative, not competitive, approach in group discussions.
Great news! You’ve passed the online tests and initial interview and now you’ve been invited to an assessment centre. So far, so good. But what happens next? Ben Wong, WBS graduate, is here to spill the beans.