2020, the year of the corona crisis, has shown, just how much of a disparity there still is as the unemployment rate amongst women has been significantly higher than that amongst their male colleagues. Why? Because it is still the women that take care of family and children.
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In this last part of our tutorial, Katharina van Zeller, DreiKreis co-founder and director, uncovers how to answer typical HR questions optimally and what to do if the conversation gets sticky. She shares a decade worth of expertise and experience in the field of IT-related recruitment consultancy.
Well done! You have successfully passed the first hurdle on the path to your dream job: the first-round interview with your preferred employer. Now, you have been invited again. It is common for companies to ask a selection of candidates to come a second, sometimes even a third time to assess their skills or the fit more in-depth.
In part 1 and part 2 of our 5-part tutorial we’ve introduced you to the general ins and outs of job interviews and highlighted the importance of soft skills. Today, we look at the agile world. Working in an agile environment requires a certain mindset. Jobseekers are increasingly asked whether they are dynamic, and we find that many candidates struggle to answer. Are you unsure too? Read what Katharina van Zeller, DreiKreis co-founder and director has to say.
The Coronavirus is immediately impacting almost all aspects of life. An area in which changes have been most noticeable for us is our work. It is up to the employers to lead theirs teams through these challenging times, and to support them with support and clear communication.
Account Manager Johannes Payer writes about the shortage of skilled workers in Austria. We have to go beyond the hard facts: Be quick! Be honest! Be open! Be respectful!
In this video, security expert Daniel Kissler explains why social engineering is so important in IT security.