Leading Rec 2 Rec Agency Share Helpful Telephone Interview Tips

London, UK — 11/16/2017 — Many first interviews are now conducted over the phone and on Skype, and in line with this one leading recruitment to recruitment company, GSR2R, have recently provided all with top tips to excel at interviews of this kind.

The tips offered by the company included the following:

– When a hiring manager call unexpectedly… reschedule the call.

– Speak slowly, calmly and at the right volume. Smile, even though the person on the other end of the phone can't see you.

– Practice talking on the phone and over Skype.

– Have a pen and paper ready to take notes.

These are only some of the tips that were provided by the company also.

To see he full article in which GSR2R shared on their blog, see: http://www.gsr2r.com/blog/how-to-help-your-candidates-ace-that-telephone-interview/.

A spokesperson from GSR2R was keen to comment saying, “We love to provide as much useful information at all times so that people can succeed as much as possible – We love to see people succeed and we love to be part of people's journeys and stories. If anyone requires any further advice, we are available to speak with over the phone or via email.”

About GSR2R
GSR2R is a leading rec to rec London agency with over 16 years' experience within the industry. Sourcing the best talent for recruitment consultant jobs since 2001 – whether you are a recruitment consultant looking for a new position or a company looking for new talent, we are certain that this company will be able to assist you better than you could have ever imagined. For full details regarding GSR2R and their amazing work, please visit their website today.

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Company name: GSR2R Ltd
Tel: 0203 696 1212
Website: http://www.gsr2r.com
Contact person: Claire Reynolds
Email: [email protected]
Address: 4th Floor 15 Little Portland Street London W1W 8BW

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