Resourcing | The biggest job interview red flags revealed

The biggest job interview red flags revealed

Attending a job interview at the best of times is stressful enough for hopeful employees; thinking about what outfit to wear, worrying that they might arrive late or concerned they didn’t carry out enough research into the firm, a job interview is an intense process.

While each of these factors can be a real cause for concern, there are also several elements jobseekers pick up on during their interview, from the workplace’s atmosphere to the way that other employees talk to one another. These can all be considered huge red flags to a potential employee.

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