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Employment Reference Checks - Providing and Receiving

Posted: 11.24.2015
It is becoming more challenging for companies to conduct employment reference checks on potential new hires. Gone are the days when a former employer openly shared insights into a departed employee's performance and productivity. These days, you're lucky to confirm the basics such as job title and employment dates!

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Second Interview Techniques

Posted: 11.24.2015
Your résumé is a beauty and your cover letter led to an interview. Your technique dazzled and you shone. And then, surprise! You get a call for a … second interview. The second interview is not uncommon. Often, they serve to offer employers a chance to better assess a candidate's skills. Also, they might help the employer to decide between the top candidates.

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Handling the Weakness Question

Posted: 11.24.2015
Many of us like talking about ourselves in an interview. Clients tell me all the time, “Just get me an interview and I can get the job.” But, when one is being grilled about one’s shortcomings or weaknesses most people tend to get a little nervous and often don’t know how to respond. Not being prepared can kill a job opportunity. There are several different ways you can handle the weakness question keeping in mind that all your answers need to be turned into positive responses.

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12 Tips on the Elements of a Successful Interview

Posted: 11.24.2015
Throughout the many years of my recruiting experience, I have collected feedback from employers and candidates alike. Fact: You will get hired because of the solid job you do during the interview. Remember: The interview is your opportunity to present yourself at your best. It is an opportunity to make a positive impression about you. How do you make your interview a successful one? From feedback as well as my own personal experience, please allow me to share with you a few of these elements of a successful interview

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5 Common Questions to Boost your Interview Skills and Maximize your Chances of Landing the Job you Really Want

Posted: 11.24.2015
You probably thought you aced your last interview. Yes, you have done it all before, you knew all the questions and answers, yet you didn’t land the job.

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ACE THAT INTERVIEW WITH SIGNATURE ATTITUDE!

Posted: 11.24.2015
A Checklist Used Before Your Interview:

Your attitude during an interview will often be more important than your topic knowledge. Few companies want to hire personnel with a bad attitude. So, when you're finally sitting down with your interviewer in that all important first interview for your dream job, here are a number of things to consider and to practice before you begin.

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Interviewing Tips for Job Seekers

Posted: 11.24.2015
Interviews can be one of the most intimidating aspects of searching for a job. Unfortunately, it's a fact that having top-notch credentials alone are not going to land you a job. Having great credentials and excellent interviewing skills, however, will ensure that you stand out amongst other applicants.

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How to Recover from a Bad Job Interview and Get the Job

Posted: 11.24.2015
It can happen to anyone. For one reason or another – a late arrival, botching answers to key questions, failing to establish a rapport with the interviewer – you had a bad job interview. Although the proverb is true, you never get a second chance to make a first impression, you do have an opportunity to make up some of what you lost in your bad job interview.

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Top Tips for Acing the Interview Process

Posted: 11.24.2015
With employment on the rise, it's time to brush up on those job search skills that have been practiced since the economic downtown and finally put them to use. With the competition stronger than ever, there is one chance to make a remarkable first impression on a potential employer. Interviews are the key component that will make or break a chance for landing a position.

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Exit Interviews - An Amicable Good-bye

Posted: 11.24.2015
When an employee leaves an organization voluntarily, they are typically given an exit interview. It is usually a series of questions that asks the employee how their jobs could have been better and what could have been done to make them stay. These questions are either given in a survey form, asked in an interview by either a Human Resources representative or an outside consultant. The information is taken back and analyzed.

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