Hi Sotos, not my area of expertise but from my experience it came up quite often in interviews! I think hiring managers like to know a bit about your outside interests and it shows a well-rounded person. Best of luck!
Hi Sotos - To be honest, this differs in terms of recruiters but when I reviewed Graduate applications I found it interesting when a candidate mentioned he has a Science degree, then opted to do a law degree and is also a stand up comedian who opened for a famous Comedian in South Africa. It stood out quite a bit. I would say rather you insert it than leave it out.
Thank you very much! No I would never leave it out. I have been a national tennis champion for years. Tennis has been my life after all! :)
I agree with Claire when it comes to the interviews, especially the Assessment Center, there is a big focus on that. The reason being if you reach that point, you must be good so what in terms of personality will make someone want to work with you.
See you @ Roland Garos then Sotos!
Haha ok Shaun! And at Wimbledon also!! Rooting for the King Federer
Hi All, I worked with Citibank NA ,India as a customer support officer for about two years . Ma total work experience is 4 years . Currently am not working and have 3 years gap due to personal commitments . I have sorted out things and I wish to join back in Citi bank . Looking for jobs In abudhabi, UAE . Is it possible to get a job when I have 3 years of career break . Have completed my MBA in brand and Customer relationship management . I was handling queries on loans servicing and closures(Citi bank ) would like to know about the recruitment process here . Your guidance will be highly appreciated. Thank you
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