Pay Secrecy, Payslip Collecting and Wage Discrimination #JobAdviceSA 20/07

Pay Secrecy, Payslip Collecting and Wage Discrimination #JobAdviceSA 20/07

On the next #JobAdviceSA chat we are going to be joined by Leonie Hall, the Founder of PaySlipBanSA to discuss the discrimination and inequality that results from employers not disclosing the salary for a position in job adverts and demanding that...
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How To Answer The Most Common (and Hardest) Interview Questions #JobAdviceSA 13/07

How To Answer The Most Common (and Hardest) Interview Questions #JobAdviceSA 13/07

There are some questions that come up in almost every interview you attend, and these also tend to be the ones that trip most jobseekers up. Fortunately the #JobAdviceSA community of Career, Job Search and Recruitment experts is on hand...
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How to Prepare for an Interview #JobAdviceSA 06/07

How to Prepare for an Interview #JobAdviceSA 06/07

We all know that feeling… your phone starts ringing and your heart starts beating faster. You hesitate to answer as you’re not sure whether it will be good or bad news… You pluck up the courage just before the call...
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How to Prepare for a Video Interview – #JobAdviceSA 06/04

How to Prepare for a Video Interview – #JobAdviceSA 06/04

Since the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus Covid-19, and following the start of the 21-day National Lockdown imposed by the Government, many companies have put recruitment on hold for all their open positions. However, as we discussed in our last...
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Negotiating Your Employment Contract with @EnnieChipembere – #JobAdviceSA 24/02

Negotiating Your Employment Contract with @EnnieChipembere – #JobAdviceSA 24/02

So you’ve passed the interview and been offered the job, now all you need to do is sign on the dotted line, right? Wrong. Your employment contract is a legally binding document, so you need to make sure that you...
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It’s Tough Being a JobSeeker #JobAdviceSA 17/02

It’s Tough Being a JobSeeker #JobAdviceSA 17/02

Being a jobseeker is hard work, and jobseeking in South Africa is harder than in most countries in the world given the high rate of unemployment, lack of access to opportunities and disruption caused by power cuts and transport issues....
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How To Avoid Getting Scammed #JobAdviceSA 27/01

How To Avoid Getting Scammed #JobAdviceSA 27/01

Job scammers make money out of desperate jobseekers who apply for lots of jobs and are keen to share their details and go to unknown buildings for an assessment or interview on the promise that they will be given a...
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Tricky Interview Dilemmas – #JobAdviceSA Chat 29/07

Tricky Interview Dilemmas – #JobAdviceSA Chat 29/07

We’re delighted to announce that #JobAdviceSA chat is back today after an extended break due to unforeseen circumstances, apologies for our absence. In the last week we’ve been tweeted lots of questions regarding what to do in tricky situations reg...
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Answering Common Interview Questions with @MsPhiona – #JobAdviceSA 06/05

Answering Common Interview Questions with @MsPhiona – #JobAdviceSA 06/05

We’re excited to announce that #JobAdviceSA chat will return on Monday 6th May at 16h00 SAST with special guest Phiona Martin @MsPhiona who will be giving advice on how to answer the most common interview questions, which can also be...
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Getting to Know the #JobAdviceSA Founder: @TimJBarry

Getting to Know the #JobAdviceSA Founder: @TimJBarry

Tim Barry (@TimJBarry), the Founder of #JobAdviceSA, likes to say that he is an English gent with an African Heart and Celtic Soul, and according to his LinkedIn profile (https://www.linkedin.com/in/timjbarry/) he is a qualified lawyer and HR Technology and So...
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