Should I stay or should I go? The 'sacrifice' question worrying jobseekers

Should I stay or should I go? The 'sacrifice' question worrying jobseekers

Whilst no one expects the job interview to be a comfortable exchange, throwing curveballs can really throw candidates off guard, turning their curated, intelligent answers into a flummoxed, dithery mess.

However, Glassdoor’s research found that difficult job interviews are statistically linked to higher employee satisfaction. A job interview that is ten per cent more difficult is linked to a subsequent rise of 2.6% in employee satisfaction - if candidates know how to deal with them, that is.

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  • RBC
    Tue, 7 Nov 2017 1:08pm GMT
    Sure - we love to look after staff and their well being is important but I'm sure I'm not the first person to notice that without deals and money there is no organisation? So surely it is about finding a balance rather than pushing one more heavily than the other.

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