Started in a group introduction where I had to do a 30 on the spot in "welcoming" of myself to the other candidates and interviewers.
Then a 3 min interview with the candidate next to me to then prepare a 1 min presentation about why they should get the job.
Then an exercise about what items to salvage from a sinking ship to survive at sea.
When I reached the next round of interviews, I had 20 mins to create a 3 minutre presentation on myself and why I would be perfect for recruitment and Las Fosse.
Most difficult question
What is my inspiration to enter recruitment?
Try and be as personable, outspoken and yet measured as you can. Their business is built on a family-esque ethos so being friendly, cooperative and interesting is key. Also do your research; I did a tremendous amount of background research and that is what separated me from the other candidates, even though I did not get offered the job
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