Cover letters are one of the most important parts of the application process, but many candidates write them as an afterthought, despite spending hours perfecting their CV. For marketing jobseekers, this is particularly ironic, as the cover letter is your chance to set out your shop window and market yourself. Here are our Dos and
‘Ghosting’ is a term that comes from the world of online dating, when one party cuts off all communication without any prior warning. It’s made possible by modern methods of communication – it’s easier to screen calls and block contacts than it is to have a difficult conversation with someone. As the BBC and LinkedIn
It’s becoming increasingly common for marketers to switch from agency to client-side roles, but it can be tricky to manage. Here are Tarsh’s top tips for making the switch.
What are competency-based questions? Competency-based questions (also known as structured, behavioural or situational questions) are some of the most commonly used in interviews. They are based on the idea that looking at how someone has behaved in the past is the best way to predict how they will react in future situations. Employers also like
Some years back, when I was working as a Retail Category Manager, I was interviewing for a retail analysis role. It was a promotion and the salary was attractive, but it was a job I wanted for all the wrong reasons. My motivations were personal, rather than professional, and my heart really wasn’t fully in