Have you ever been the unwitting victim to the word “moist”? Or had the displeasure of sitting through cringe-worthy phrases such as “firstly,” “funner,” or the always dreaded “irregardless”?
If so, you know the impact a poor word choice can have on the average listener, especially an employer.
In the middle of a recital, business proposal, presentation, or other career-making moments our calm sometimes disappears.
If this sounds like an all-too-familiar scenario, never fear. We have a few tried and true tips to help you chill out, relax and keep your interview calm on…
This infographic from Staff Management serves as the perfect cheat-sheet of everything you need to know about the job interview process.
With this in hand, you won’t miss a thing and you’ll walk in the door confident and ready to actually win the job of your dreams.
The best way to avoid taking a job you will hate (resulting in another job hunt too soon) is to learn as much as you can about the job, the employer, your boss, your coworkers, and the environment before you accept the job offer. You can do this by asking good questions in the interview.
If you have been called for an interview, congratulations! You stood out from a huge group of applicants. However, you still need to beat out an average of five other people that the hiring manager thought were just as suitable for the position as you. Your resume proved that you are qualified, but the interview is your chance to prove that you are more excited and more prepared to take on the role than any of the other candidate. How are you supposed to do that? Pre-interview research.
One of the favorite questions of interviewers across industries and job positions is asking candidates to name their personal and professional strengths and weaknesses.
Here, we’ve compiled some simple exercises, questions, and prompts. Our goal: help you tackle this pivotal portion of the interview with ease…