Gave information from key positions I had undertaken
My cv represents my work history and achievements over the years it gives you an insight into how dedicated I am to learning and adapting to the job to always give my very best with whatever role I am assigned to
I informed the Consultant that I would go through a fair and transparent process and ensure it was in accordance with ACAS Code of Practice and the GG Redundancy Policy & Procedures. Obviously, as HR we are here to support to staff in retaining their roles or look for alternative employment should any employee be facing the risk of losing his/her post. Dismissal always has to be seen fair and consistent if you are going through a Redundancy situation. If they had offered me the position I would not have accepted their offer of employment due to the interview process and the impression the company has left me with and the unprofessional use of language used by the Consultant who was not clearly prepped or briefed on the role that was being interviewed for and step into interview on the hoof.
I focused my response not on the history of the company which is considerable giving the length of time it has been operating but instead concentrated on their social purpose, their short to long-term objectives and how they will look to achieve these through innovative technology and excellent customer service combined with their heritage of relationships and knowledge in their focus markets. I differentiated between how my team colleagues would describe me in a few words to how my clients group would describe me as they rely on me for different things.
Questions was heavily biassed on volumes of HR queries in my current post and if I had completed many settlements. - They gave the impression they were looking for someone who has a high turnover of E.R queries per day / week experience.