You’ve been nervously waiting in the reception area for the interview to start. You hear your name. You get up, shake the interviewer’s hand and follow them into the conference room. You sit down as you mentally go over all the questions you’ve practiced in the days leading up to the interview. The interviewer gestures
An increasing number of interviews these days happen either via FaceTime or Skype. If you haven’t had one yet, you certainly will in the not too distant future. To ensure that you come across as your most professional self, here are 5 mistakes you should avoid when doing a video interview.
Is it important to follow-up with a thank you note once the interview is over?
I usually try to write my articles in a positive and upbeat tone but I must say this: it drives me nuts when I hear the bad advice being given to job seekers. Here are, in my opinion, the 4 worst pieces of advice job seekers hear.
I’ve been gathering input from readers and I realized that quite a few people struggle with answering this interview question: “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” It’s my pleasure to share my thoughts and help you to answer this question.
We’re encouraged to seize the opportunities that come. What about saying no to an opportunity? On the surface, it may seem crazy to walk away from an interview or an offer from a company, however there are some situations when walking away may be the right thing to do.
Anyone who has worked in a creative field knows that their employability relies on a robust portfolio. Anyone who has worked in HR with creative employees has been faced with this question: can an employee include the work they have done for the company in their portfolio?
During my years in Talent Acquisition, I have had several experiences where I sat cringing as I listened to a hiring manager ask an illegal question to a candidate. In the cases that I witnessed, there was neither malice nor ill intent, however it would be naive to assume that there are not instances out
The interview is wrapping up and the hiring manager asks “Why should I hire you?” What do you say?
It’s hard to know what the interviewers want when they ask questions. What if there were one trick that could help you to answer questions better?