Are Structured Interviews Dead?

Are Structured Interviews Dead?

Structured Interviews have been the mainstay of the interview process for a long time. But what other types of interviews can candidate expect - and prepare for? And are reports of the demise of the standard interview accurate?

The Structured Interview

The classic structured interview is one in which the same set of questions is asked of you – and of other candidates. The 'same questions, same order' format allows for an interviewer to assess each candidate by the same set of impartial criteria.

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HCA Interview questions, answers, tips

HCA Interview questions, answers, tips

Preparing for and succeeding in your next Health Care Assistant job interview is no different to any successful job interview - prepare thoroughly (and dress smartly and be on time). This article provides you with some insights and tips on how to sail through the HCA interview.

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A career in Radiography

A career in Radiography

There are two types of radiographer. A Diagnostic Radiographer using x-rays and other forms of imaging equipment such as ultrasound machines in order to diagnose injuries and illnesses. A Therapeutic Radiographer manages, cares and supports patients undergoing radiotherapy. Generally found in hospitals, but also in private clinics, radiographers also interpret the images and formulate treatment plans. There are different routes into Radiography jobs.

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Apprenticeships - Learn while you Earn

Apprenticeships - Learn while you Earn

We’re a bit late to the party, since National Apprenticeship Week was in early March, but we wanted to take a fresh look at apprenticeships in 2017.

Apprenticeships are rightly billed as ‘learn while you earn’. And given how university tuition fees continue to rise, a debt-free education is one of the reasons apprenticeships are more popular than ever in 2017.

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Jobs for 16 year olds

Jobs for 16 year olds

Working as a 16 year old is as much about what you’re allowed to do than what you want to do. While it's tempting to try to work as much as possible, for obvious reasons you’re limited by the law. For example, you’re not allowed to work before 7am or after 7pm or during school hours. Besides national laws there are also local by-laws that may restrict employment. The national minimum wage for under 18s is set £4.00 an hour; this goes up to £4.05 from April 1st, 2017).

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