What we offer:
- In-depth analysis of your industry, company and CV;
- The construction of specific questions relevant to the information provided;
- A 30-minute or 60-minute interview (in person or via Microsoft Teams);
- Comprehensive report of your strengths, weaknesses and how you can improve;
- Tailored resources designed to improve on weaknesses identified.
For the services outlined above we charge £500 plus VAT for the 30-minute interview, and £750 plus VAT for the 60-minute interview.
We recognise that the individuals who want to sharpen their interview skills will have varying levels of experience, some with decades in the industry and others who have never had an interview. Therefore, some interviewees may want a formal interview with difficult questions, whereas others may need a more informal, friendly interview. To cater for this need, we offer our clients a choice of levels - beginner, intermediate or advanced.
Why Wright Hassall?
Wright Hassall is the best choice for this service as the interviewer will be a member of Wright Hassall’s expert Employment Law Team. These individuals are either qualified Employment Law Solicitors who engage in HR matters daily, or they are qualified CIPD associates. Further information on Wright Hassall’s Employment Law team members can be found here.
What information can you provide?
In addition to your CV, industry and company, you may also wish to send us a job description. If you have been invited to interview for your dream job, it’s a great idea to have a practice interview first to make sure you give your best possible performance. In this situation, we can analyse the job description and company to give you the most bespoke and relevant questions possible which will really test your knowledge of the company.
Why not just have a friend interview you?
We’ve all been there! Some friends can’t stop laughing, whilst others offer too much constructive criticism, but none are qualified strangers who resemble an actual interviewer. We strongly believe our service is as close as possible to the real thing, and that is what makes the experience invaluable.