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“First Impressions Always Last”-Gregory Paul.

Getting a job in not easy as people think, even in a good job market, candidates who get the best jobs are those who impress the most in the interview. We hope this Interview Guide may be of help.

Basic Rules

There are some basic rules you should follow. Remember you are being assessed and it is important you make a good impression. Follow the Guide below and you will not go wrong.

There are some basic rules you should follow. Remember you are being assessed and it is important you make a good impression. Follow the Guide below and you will not go wrong.

Journey Plan

your journey and arrive 10 min before your allocated time. No earlier and definitely not later

Smart & Pleasant

Wear smart business Attire. Be pleasant with any staff you meet before the interview. Greet the person who is interviewing you with a smile and a firm handshake.

Body Language

Relax and sin naturally in the interview room. Do not put anything on interviewer’s desk.

Show your hands during the interview as this is a sign of honesty and let your personality show, do not be too quiet. Display positive body language, speaking clearly, smiling frequently and retaining eye contact, try to be as enthusiastic as possible


Answer any questions clearly and concisely, do not waffle but do not give yes and no answers.

Ask questions at appropriate moments as this can show that you are genuinely interested in the role and are really listening the interviewer.

Avoid Negativity

Avoid talking about any personal problems you have or being negative about previous employers or work colleagues.

Highlight your best attributes, experience and achievements, based around the skills that you have identified as important to the organization and provide evidence of them by giving practical examples.

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How to succeed at work

Ask good questions

We all want to succeed in our activities, at work, home, music, art, sport etc. Mostly they are hobbies for entertainment and relaxation purposes. However, when we are talking about work environment, we all become competitive and sometimes agitated.

We truly want to be better than our colleagues. To achieve this, we need to learn constantly. This is called curiosity and we should follow it wherever we go or do, as an employee or a leader. On each of these career ladder levels, curiosity leads us to creativity and innovations.

To promote curiosity, you need to get yourself into a state of mind where you can be fully present. Everyone probably know that the correct answer is partly given or hidden in the question, you just need to read or listen that question carefully. Only then can you actively start asking those “good” questions to have positive conversations and outcomes.

Curiosity as Perpetual Motion of Success

What you should remember

You might look silly or ridiculous if ask a lot of questions. Though no one can blame you for overachieving and self-encouragement, but everyone can learn from you.

If you are trying to foster curiosity in your workplace, start by teaching your employees how to ask “Why,” “What if,” and “How” as great tools to prompt ideas.

Encouragement, recognition and support of your employees when they ask “the right” questions or challenge the current way of thinking to develop new solutions, is the best way to develop any business and team motivation.

Encourage curiosity even amongst those team members who may struggle with it, pair them with proactively-minded people and have them work together on a solution to a real-life work problem or idea.

Curiosity is contagious.

Innovation is inevitable.

Ask, ask and ask again. Do not waddle puzzled, hoping that someone else will read your mind and answer questions for you.

Challenge yourself and your ideas, encourage learning and succeed in your expectations!

Self-motivating & Curious

Proactive & Ever-learning

Recruitment Team of Amco Recruits

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“Effective Recruitment & Selection is Key to Business Success”-Gregory Paul.


Recruiters play an important role in the success of an organization. They essentially act as a filter that selects the best candidates


Cost is a major reason why effective recruitment and selection is important. If a candidate’s competency is not accurately assessed, they need to be retrained or replaced, which takes up more company time that could be invested toward remaining competitive.


Improper recruitment and selection practices can often result in high
turnover by hiring people with a tendency to move quickly from one job to the next. Recruiters should pay close attention to the lengths of time at each previous job and carefully check references. Another so-called “red flag” is a gradual decrease in responsibility.

Loyalty & Efficiency

Loyal employees will have a track record of striving for excellence, resulting in a more competitive, innovative and profitable business. Recruiters should ask questions about a candidate’s strengths and weaknesses as well as candidate’s greatest achievements throughout her career.

Legal questions

Discrimination is a serious concern among recruiters. If discriminatory hiring practices based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, political affiliation, religion or age can be proven, this could harm business reputation significantly.

The location should be accessible by people with disabilities and held outside of religious or cultural holidays. Use the same questions for every candidate and try to have more than one recruiter present during the interview. Careful notes must be taken so that recruiters can justify hiring or not hiring that candidate.

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“Wish For More Strength To Work On Yourself”-Kate Paul.

Work on yourself

What’s the worst thing you can do after losing a job? Nothing.

And although you won’t necessarily walk into a new career straight away, being proactive will allow you to use your unemployment time wisely – whether it’s through training, volunteering, freelancing, or interning.

Even though losing a job has its downsides, that does not mean there are no any ups. Not only do you have an opportunity to realise what you really want to do, you also have the time to gain the skills needed to pursue it.
And, by continuing to work on what you’re passionate about – you’ll be able to prove your enthusiasm and drive to future.

Stay positive

As hard as it may seem, you have to stay positive. Attitude makes all the difference when it comes to getting back into work.

Focus on learning, growing, and making goals for the future. Your current job status does not have to define you, and a pessimistic mindset will only make things worse.

Employers are attracted to optimistic candidates who see things in a good light, able to find solutions to problems and can make the best out of a bad situation. This is a perfect opportunity to show them you can do just that.

And if you’re struggling to find a routine? Make job searching your job. Make a set time to start and finish every day, and set yourself goals to reach – whether it’s to apply for at least two jobs, or just to refresh your CV.

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How to stand out of the crowd to get your dream job

When you are applying for a job

  1. Regularly update your resume.
  2. Ask for recommendations.
  3. Use your cover letter to convey personality.
  4. Show your unique knowledge.
  5. Demonstrate how you’d make the company better.
  6. Send a thank you message.

To a recruiter to be picked up from hundreds of CVs

  1. Carefully tailor your CV to each role. Recruiters get sent tens of hundreds of CVs a day.
  2. Build relationships, make yourself memorable by being polite, friendly and confident.
  3. Pick up the phone, express your interest in a particular role (but do not call not too often)
  4. Be clear about what you want.
  5. Use LinkedIn to build your profile and support your CV
  6. Follow-up with a thank you email.


In the interview

  1. Talk about more than just what’s on your resume. The interview is your chance to shine.
  2. Be prepared. Do a proper research on the company and competitors including websites and their presence on social media.
  3. Ask the right questions. Prepare them in advance
  4. Show how you’ll add value.
  5. Don’t tell them what you think they want to hear.
  6. Make sure your speech matches your appearance and body language.


Remember to stay positive, be true to yourself, your hopes and expectations in any job search.

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