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Generally most people want to leave their current employment on good terms – it is best practice and sound advice. So, if you've agreed to participate in an exit interview, you should plan ahead of the interview to ensure you exit on the best possible terms. Here are five tips to guide you through a successful departure.

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Six Reasons Why You Did Not Get the Job

If you have made it to the interview table; you have the appropriate skills and experience and it is simply a matter of how you present and conduct yourself. However, as a recruitment agency we endeavour always to provide feedback to a candidate whenever they have been unsuccessful in gaining employment.

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What to Learn From Not Getting a Job

It can be a devastating blow when you have done well in an interview and then you receive the dreaded bad news … “I am sorry to tell you, unfortunately you have not been selected …” They are difficult words to accept and can often take some time to sink in. However, you have to bear in mind that everyone at some stage in their life has had to cope with rejection, what is important is that you do not become too discouraged because this will ultimately affect your performance at your next interview.

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