From managing stress levels to enabling recovery, recruiters reveal what they ask about when hiring new staff â€“ and the answers they hope to hear
For newly trained occupational therapists to get their careers off the ground, they need to have enthusiasm, adaptability, a real willingness to learn â€“ and a focus on the patient above all else.
But how can they best show these skills when applying for jobs? We asked those responsible for hiring occupational therapists to tell us how they select the right candidates â€“ and what interviewees can say and do to impress them.
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