Whether you just had a phone conversation or an in-person meeting. So what should be your top priority now? The post-interview follow up.
That’s right: a letter to the interviewer(s) thanking them for their time, and also reaffirming your interest in and qualifications for the role…
Having interviewed hundreds of people for positions ranging from developers to sales reps, there are some interesting patterns that emerge. The better the candidate, the more complex the patterns. Almost like levels in a video game.
For the best chance of success, you need to level up your interviewing skills…
A remote job may seem like a dream come true. But you need to ace the interview first.
Now, thanks to this infographic from Hubstaff that focuses on how to perform well for an interview for a remote job, you can.
How should you tactfully deal with being asked an inappropriate job interview question, while maintaining your privacy and making a positive impression?
There are some key ways you can prepare for an interview and tackle even the more difficult interview questions…
Preparing for the interview remains one of the most important tasks of any job search. You know you need to practice your answers to common questions. Stylish, professional clothes hang waiting in the closet. You’ve researched the company and prepared intelligent questions to ask. Confidence is high. But do you really know everything you need to know? Perhaps you need a quick guide to basic interview Statistics.
When discussing your reasons for seeking new employment, speaking negatively about your previous roles will signify a red flag for the interview team.
So you have to find a way to frame these negative job experiences. After all, this is your opportunity to start fresh. Use this advice to refresh and reframe those negative job experiences.