Your third interview with the company included senior members of the executive team. You thought the position was yours. The polite telephone call or email you just received – the one that included, “Thank you… but…” – let you know otherwise.
After you graciously respond and end the call, you are, frankly, stunned…
During a job interview, you are quite likely to hear a question that comes out of nowhere… that makes no sense, whatsoever.
And yet – as shown in this infographic from Sample Questionnaire – there’s a method to the madness…
You’ve been invited back for your second or third interview and you want to really “Wow” them. You want them to know how truly interested you are in the company – and the company!
Can creating a 30-60-90 Day plan seal the deal?
With the recruiting market picking up, I am screening more candidates than I have in a long time.
A majority of the candidates I am talking to haven’t looked for jobs in years. So I’m not blaming the candidates for being a little rusty on their interview skills…
Long gone are the days of relying on references and canned questions to evaluate job candidates.
Today’s interview process has evolved to include pre-screening candidates online, using social media to determine personality traits, and methods for testing candidates’ knowledge and skills. And who really knows what tomorrow will bring?
Yes, recruiters spend an average of six seconds initially reviewing a resume. In the same time it takes you to watch a Vine, a recruiter decides whether you will move forward in the hiring process. Six seconds can change your life. This article shows you six ways to make sure your resume makes the best use of every second… and you get the interview. Be a Really Good Fit for the Job Obvious advice, but this truth is ignored by way too many job seekers. If you’re not qualified for the job… you will not be successful in the traditional application