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How to sharpen your interviewing skills
  1. Julie Miller

    Julie Miller has been head of human resources for Companion Care since 2007. Her background spans roles in a number of retail and servicerelated businesses. She has worked in the UK and overseas in operational as well as human resource positions, and with start-up businesses and householdname companies as well as in unionised environments.


INTERVIEWING is an art form. When done well, the best possible outcome is achieved for everyone involved. Yet very few people regularly conduct high-quality interviews, so bad decisions are often made. Here, Julie Miller suggests ways to improve your interviewing technique.

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