Tag: interviewing

How to Earn an Ovation from Your Interview Audience

From the receptionist who welcomes you, to your future manager or the CEO, a candidate must always be “on” in the interview process.

5 Tips to Help Ace a Phone Interview

Phone interviews are often used as a first-round step in the arduous process of job searching. While a seemingly simple step, the phone interview is crucial

Legal Pitfalls to Avoid During Interviews

While it may appear to be a simple task, there are many legal pitfalls that interviewers must be aware of so they do not legally compromise the company.

Common Interviewing Mistakes You Can Avoid

Many times the interview is the biggest moment of the process, and too often great candidates can make costly mistakes.

Getting a Job – Behavioral Interviewing

Behavioral Interviewing is relatively new style of interviewing that was developed in the 1970’s by industrial psychologists. Behavioral interviewing asserts that “the most accurate predictor of future performance is past...

Getting a Job – Dress for Success

So you’ve gone through the steps of searching for open positions, applying to dozens a day, waiting for feedback, securing the interview, and doing research on the company. Next –...

Interview Preparation

Many times, a hiring decision is made from one piece of paper and a few short hours of time.  You owe it to yourself to make the most of these...

Getting a Job – Interview Basics

From the time you arrive (a little bit early) until long after you leave (and your follow-up email or note has been received), your actions and words are being noted...

Getting a Job – Questions to Ask in an Interview

We’ve seen countless candidates receive offers because the interviewer was impressed with the questions they asked.  Good questions have depth, display intelligence and highlight your understanding of their situation. The...

Getting a Job – Standard Interview Questions

During the interview, you will be asked difficult questions that are designed to see how you will react under pressure and unfamiliar territory. There are no textbook answers to these...