If you are actively searching for employment, you know the importance of being called in for an interview. Before you enter the office for your interview, you should diligently research the company so you can outshine other potential candidates.
Posts Categorized: Interview Prep
Going in for a job interview can be a nerve-wracking experience. If you’ve been working for any length of time, you may have accumulated several interviewing myths which may now be grossly outdated.
First impressions are everything. Within just a few seconds of meeting, people will judge and form an opinion of value, and that opinion will likely never change. You only get one chance at making a first impression, so it’s important to make it count. Here are five ways to ensure that you make a great… Read more »
You’ve had the initial interview, and the potential employer is so impressed that you’re invited back for a second interview. This means that you’re a serious candidate for the job, but you really have to sell yourself as the company is still looking at other prospects. This is nothing to be worried about, and you… Read more »
For each job to which you apply, there will be a multitude of others vying for the same position. If you enter an interview with the aim to act like a worker bee cut from the same cloth as the rest, it will be impossible for you to stand out among your competitors. While treating… Read more »
To succeed in the fiercely competitive job market, you need to be prepared. But preparing for your search is more than just typing up a resume. In today’s digital world, prepping for a job search also means making sure that your social profiles are in order and that you understand what your goals are. Here… Read more »
Landing an interview is a great sign, but you haven’t gotten the job yet. Preparing for the interview will improve your chances of success. This is your first chance to impress your potential employer, and being prepared for your meeting will help you make a positive impression on the hiring manager. Read interview tips from… Read more »
Do interviews make you sweat? They make me sweat! Interviews make many people nervous! You have just a few seconds to make that all important first impression. This has a tendency to make our palms sweat, to make us giggle or act nervous (in my case, smile too much). This is typical and most hiring… Read more »
Hiring authorities are aware that their reputation is created by the people who work for them. As a result, many employers are putting an emphasis on hiring individuals with the best characteristics when building their team. This is impacting the questions that are being asked when you submit your resume and the questions asked during… Read more »