The majority of our communication comes from body language. In the Readers Digest they published an article which tells you how to avoid sending the wrong message—and sabotaging your job offer. Avoiding eye contact Using a weak handshake Holding eye contact for too long Using exaggerated gestures Putting your hands…
Tuesday, 05 July 2016 16:09
Glassdoor, a job board and recruitment community website has a great forum where candidates lists the questions they were asked in interviews. You can visit the site and search for the company that might be interviewing you. Although this forum will not list all or specific position questions, it does…
Friday, 24 June 2016 10:29
Amazon is seeking bright, articulate, detail-oriented applicants with a desire to contribute to world class customer service to join their team.Should you be interested in working for Amazon, then join their Open Day.What happens on Open days?You will be coming to to complete two sets of assessments, should you pass…
Wednesday, 18 May 2016 13:42
Every Recruitment Agency tells their prospective candidates to do their homework and prepare for the interview by researching the Company they are interviewing with , and then the interviewer throws you a curve ball with one of the weirdest questions you’ve ever been asked.   Accordingly to Glassdoors’ information here are…
Monday, 29 February 2016 14:43
Do you want to learn how to build Geo Apps, but do not have the software development skills to do this?   Well ESRI has created a FREE online course that will teach you how to build apps on their ArcGIS platform   This FREE Course is aimed at: GIS Professionals:  …
Friday, 05 February 2016 10:05
A search on just about any site will tell you that preparation for that big interview is preparation, preparation, preparation.  But just how do you prepare for an interview when it seems the main requirement is je ne sais quoi - a quality that cannot be described or named easily?  Legends…
Tuesday, 19 January 2016 14:03
 Millions of people use Google Earth to discover, explore, and learn about the world around them and the Google Earth Blog is a mine of interesting posts and fascinating links, for example "Interesting imagery from 2015 that we missed" shows the before and after photos of Tropical Cyclone Chapala, a  rare…
Thursday, 14 January 2016 13:41