- ISBN 9781845281823 / 1845281829
- Title Get That Job!: The Complete, Thorough, Hands-On Guide to the Whole Recruitment and Selection Process for Graduates and Ambitious Exec
- Author Andy Gibb
- Category Advice On Careers & Achieving Success
- Format Paperback
- Year 2007
- Pages 230
- Publisher How to Books
- Imprint How To Books Ltd
- Language English
- Dimensions 159mm x 17mm x 225mm
Choosing your career, changing your job, and getting selected by the organization that's right for you are amongst the important decisions of your life. This title covers presenting a cv, undergoing interviews, taking assessment tests, negotiating salaries and working with head hunters.
Choosing your career, changing your job, and getting selected by the organization that's right for you are amongst the most important decisions of your life. You need detailed practical advice - on career choice; on what organizations look for in the people they recruit; and on tips and techniques to get you through the stages of their selection process. These include presenting a cv, undergoing interviews, taking assessment tests, negotiating salaries and working with head hunters. All are covered in this book. Organizations are increasingly using sophisticated selection techniques, so this book is important if you are not to lose out to someone less talented but better prepared.
'There's alot of information here. A useful tool to keep with the CV.' Executive PA'A step-by-step guide to get you though the selection process.' Careers 4, The Beaver'His new book teaches those techniques that will readily gain employment, especially these days when the interview is not the only means evaluation.'
Andy Gibb has been in charge of Selection and Head of Global Recruitment for a leading International Energy Company, and Director of International Resourcing for one of the largest and best international professional services firms. He has recruited partners into Corporate Finance, Accounting and Tax. His insights into what organizations look for in new and experienced recruits, how they screen the hundreds of resumes and CVs they receive, how they structure interviews and what you should expect at assessment centres will give you an invaluable edge over other candidates.