Considering we spend at least one-third of our life at work, you’d think we’d be able to separate fact from fiction. And yet there are plenty of workplace myths floating around.
From the number of hours we work in a day, to what motivates us and even resumes as the best indicators of top talent… a variety of mis-truths have become known as fact…
Many aspects of the hiring process are changing. The reliance on networking over submitting applications through a job board, for example. But there’s one thing that hasn’t changed much: the top job interview questions asked by employers.
In fact, as pointed out in the this brief infographic from BrainDeeds, job interviews remain the top assessment tool used by recruiters to screen candidates…
Creative resumes, when you first see them, are amazing creatures to behold.
But in the end, are they anything more than eye candy for human resources pros, hiring managers or recruiters so tired of boring old formats their eyeballs are about ready to fall out of their sockets?
To get ready for a job interview, we practice our elevator pitch. We practice answering the most likely questions the interviewer will ask. And we practice asking the questions we’ll throw at the employer.
We practice everything, it seems, except… our body language.
We get it. You need a job or internship. Now.
But there are some job seeker types employers just don’t handle well… some lines that job seekers just can’t cross.
Searching for a job is not an easy process. We don’t where to go to ask our job search questions.
Sometimes, we don’t even know if we should ask. We fear not sounding like we know what we’re doing or maybe don’t have a plan…