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…
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.
We all know what it feels like immediately after a job interview. The nagging doubts start to creep in even when you think you’ve done well. Why did I say that? I forgot to talk about that! Maybe I misunderstood that question. Faced with the chance to score a goal, sometimes we shoot wide!
What value blockers get in the way of being our best and showing our true value to an employer?
You know that preparation is the key to a successful interview, but that takes days, right?
No, not if you take the time for some interview speed prep…
For those who see themselves as shy and introverted, a confident job interview performance may seem impossible. Not that being an introvert means you lack confidence. It just means you’re not comfortable in group situations. Selling yourself to others feels like an insurmountable obstacle.
When you’re preparing for an interview there are hundreds of questions to anticipate.
And that includes difficult to answer, behavioral questions…