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Competency-based interviews

Competency-based interviews are designed to assess specific skills, behaviors, and qualities that are relevant to the job. Interviewers ask questions about your past experiences to evaluate how you have demonstrated key competencies in various situations

Why change jobs?

There are many reasons why someone might choose to change jobs. Some common reasons include: Better pay or benefits: Many people change jobs to find a position that offers higher pay or better benefits, such as health insurance or retirement plans. Career advancement: Some people change jobs to take on more responsibility or to find a position that offers more opportunities for growth and advancement. New challenges: Some people change jobs to find a new challenge or to try something new. Location: Some people change jobs to be closer to home or to move to a different city or country. Personal fulfilment: Some people change jobs because they are unsatisfied with their current position and want to find a job that brings them greater personal fulfilment. To gain a more comprehensive experience or knowledge base. You have outgrown your current employer, or there is not a clear path at your employer to grow further. Let's be clear not every boss is a peach to work for sometimes; it is just best to move on from the toxicity.| You are looking for greater flexibility post-Covid and how it changed the world of work. To work at a better-resourced employer. Ultimately, the decision to change jobs is a personal one and can be influenced by a variety of factors. Therefore, it is important to carefully consider your motivations and goals before making a decision to change jobs. We are an inclusive employer; FYI, this blog was written by a Dyslexic author using Grammarly for corrections; if we missed some typos, please don't shoot the messenger.