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CV do's and don'ts

We would like to share with you some tips and tricks on how to optimise your Curriculum Vitae and how to succeed in an interview. Let’s start with the do's and don’ts of CV writing to avoid any mistakes and make you succeed with your Curriculum Vitae. CV don’ts Have you finished your resume? We pointed out following main big NO NO’s, which should never appear on your Curriculum Vitae. Before sending your Curriculum Vitae to your recruitment agency, it is time to check out these Curriculum Vitae don'ts: Incorrect contact details Is your Curriculum Vitae fully up-to-date? Have you changed your email address or started using a different phone number? Double check contact details are correct for the employer or recruiter to be able to reach you. Irrelevant experience Your Curriculum Vitae must consist of relevant information only. Try to avoid useless information such as primary school, secondary school, your first job in an ice-cream shop when you were 15 years old etc. Are previous short-term summer jobs related to the job you are applying for? Always consider relevancy of your provided information. Silly and unprofessional email address We all had funny email addresses when we were growing up containing a nickname or a favourite band. However, these creative email addresses do not belong on a Curriculum Vitae. To be taken seriously, use a simple email address. Jokes Do..

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Meet Farina

I am Farina, an intern at Triple 3 Group Recruitment. While reading my post, you will probably soon realise, that I am a very special case of a person and not just in recruitment. Whenever someone asks me about myself, it takes a long time to explain my background. This post will make it so much easier! I am a half Russian, half Indian girl, born and partially raised in Kazakhstan. When I was 4 years old, my parents and I moved to Belgium where I have been living for past 16 years. That’s probably the main reason why I have been studying Intercultural Relations Management, as for my multicultural background. I am going to graduate this year and would love to continue my studies somewhere abroad, preferably. Me and Human Resources I was interested in HR during my studies and soon decided to go for an internship in this field. I did my first internship during my second year of university in one of the largest multinational recruitment agencies in Brussels. The internship was for just 6 weeks. However, I improved my French language skills and had chance to participate in French speaking job interviews recruiting for various fields and industries. That is how I got so intrigued by recruitment and Human Resources in general. My internship at Triple 3 Group is the second I'm doing. I find recruitment in..

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Interview outfits

Here are some tips answering the question “What to wear to an interview?”  It's a tricky question we all ask ourselves. However, there are some golden rules we can recommend– always match your outfit, accessories and any make-up to look respectable, authentic and confident in your personal presentation. How can you manage this? Read the following tips! Choose clothes that make you feel comfortable It might seem as a cliché but it is true! If you feel comfortable in the clothes you wear, you will appear more confident and you will make a positive and pleasant impression. Always choose clothes that make you feel comfortable and confident, and that fit your body shape with ease. Better be formal Can you find out some information about company's culture? You may be able to find some photos on the company’s website or social media account. However, no matter how casual the potential work environment may be, always make sure you dress more formally than excepted. You need to show that you are taking the interview seriously, so turning up in your favorite jeans at an interview is a big NO NO. Always choose something too formal rather than something too casual. Stay classy! If you don’t want the interviewer to be distracted, don’t show a lot of your skin. Try to avoid plunging neckline, transparent shirts, top shirts, short skirts etc. If..

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Meet Salomé

Hello! My name is Salomé and I am currently an intern at Triple 3 Group. I come from France where I study Intercultural Management, Communication and Marketing at ESTRI School (Lyon, France). I spent a six-month internship within Triple 3 Group in order to put theory to practice and have a first experience in Marketing. I also wanted to discover Human Resources and to improve my English language skills.   How I joined Triple 3 Group? One of my teacher advised me to have a look at Triple 3 Group’s internship programme since a student from my school had previously completed an internship with them and gave a positive feedback. I had a phone interview with the current director of the agency, which went really well. She told me my internship would be like an exchange of skills. On one hand, she needed someone to work on the marketing side of the company and on the other hand, the team would share their knowledge and experience with me, so I could learn how recruitment agencies are administered.   Human Resources and me Recruitment and HR in general is a field I had never worked in before but I was very curious and willing to learn as much as possible. Internships are a way to try different jobs and career options and I was attracted to the human aspect of recruitment...

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