Our reputation for first class candidate service has been built up on our consistency of approach, our honest and open engagement style and the value that we place on candidate relations.
We compliment this with a comprehensive candidate centric recruitment process that ensures we provide every candidate with enough attention and support, to create the highest possible opportunity to secure that new job they are trying to land. We follow a stringent code of practice that ensures we will never leave a candidate feeling like a commodity.
In our experience, when it comes to interviewing for a new job, failure to prepare means that you are preparing to fail. The more information you are armed with the better the chances of the interview being a success.
Interview formats can vary enormously, from very formal to extremely informal, from one to one to multiple stakeholders and even panel based. There is no single way in which an interview is conducted, but there are some standards that can be applied to almost every interview situation.
We go out of way to pass on as much of our insight and situation based knowhow as we can to each and every candidate, throughout the full interview lifecycle, from telephone/skype stage or ultimately at final presentation stage.
It’s well worth remembering that the assessment of you begins before the actual interview gets underway, from the moment you arrive in situ.
Quite often, candidates feel uncertain about the appropriate etiquette when it comes to concluding a first, second or final interview, and we are always able to advise on the various options and techniques; based on previous experience with the hiring organisation and often, based on the personalities involved within the client stakeholder group.
Every F10 candidate attending an interview is subsequently asked for their honest feedback. This allows us to stay close to candidate sentiment and address or fine tune our service accordingly, so that our candidates can continually offer up the very best customer reviews.