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Impress the decision makers


So you’ve secured the interview, now you need to show them you mean business. Here’s what your prospective boss wants in their dream candidate


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“At the Dorchester, we encourage all of


our employees to live our values: passion, personality, working together, respect and


creativity. It is important to us that anyone who joins our team is passionate about their job, allowing their personality and creativity to shine through. It’s always amazing when a candidate shows true love for our brand and wants to progress in their career.”


Alice Merry, talent acquisition manager, the Dorchester


“Each of our three hotels is an icon with a distinct character, so we want to know specifically why you want to work for one


of our hotels. Some roles need experience, but this doesn’t have to be in a five-star hotel. Personality is key, and if you are able to demonstrate your passion and potential to deliver luxury service, we can give you the skills to do so.” Varinder Singh, HR director, Maybourne Hotel Group


“Attitude. Simple, right? But great attitude is


what makes hospitality tick. However, that attitude has to go further than just the interview if you want to be successful. We’re impressed by enthusiastic, warm, energetic,


passionate, positive and outgoing people who shine and smile. We focus on uncovering your potential. We look for people who will thrive in busy and changing environments, where you’ll always be face to face with customers, which means you’ll have to be switched on, be positive, think on your feet and adapt, because every day and every customer is unique.” Charlotte Turton, head of talent, De Vere


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