The most common type of interview is the face-to-face interview. Here are great tips for a great Face-to-Face Interview that will land you the job!
Now that we’ve dealt with the “meal meeting,” let’s turn our attention to the next “special situation”: the group interview.
The meal meeting - Follow some of these tips for “meal meeting” success: Never speak with you mouth full, no drinking, don't pick up the tab.
The meal is arguably the toughest of all interview situations. In this first blog post, we’ll discuss the nature of the meal meeting & how to navigate it.
The interview is over, but your work is not. There are two things you should do after your interview. Here are some steps and tools to help you after your interview.
How to end your interview and finish strong! You’ve done a great job to this point, but don’t slow down now. Ask yourself Am I interested in this job?
Now that we know what the overriding objective of an interview is, now we’ll discuss what an interview is.
You should have more than just an online presence. You should have an online identity. The first place that potential employers often meet you isn’t in the real world . . . it’s in “the Matrix” (i.e., on the Internet).
Reference checks on a potential hire can either be a routine matter to complete their file or a way to resolve any concerns that the hiring team might have. It all comes down to your approach. Below are examples of questions that can provide some insight. The example questions are in bold type, and the explanation for each one is located directly below it.
Quality candidates—where are they, how can you get them, and how can you keep them? The upcoming candidate shortage, fueled by the imminent retirement of the Baby Boomer Generation, has been a well-documented fact. There is virtually no end to the amount of statistical data regarding this phenomenon.