One of the most common interviews today is the phone interview. In fact, more and more companies are using the phone interview to initially screen candidates, or as an alternative to the first round in-person interview. As reported on Forbes.com, Continue reading How to Nail Your Next Phone Interview
When it comes to job searching and interviewing, there are a lot of rules; from your cover letter and resume to accepting an interview and negotiating a salary. Depending on the company you’re interviewing with, it can be hard to determine what’s Continue reading Can You Use a Tablet in a Job Interview?
According to our latest Diversity Jobs Report, over 10 million Americans are currently seeking full-time employment. Combined with factors not within your control — like timing, management and organizational changes—this statistic means the landscape for securing a good paying job is Continue reading 5 Reasons You’re Not Getting Hired
The first impression you make on a potential employer is the most important one. The first judgment an interviewer makes is going to be based on how you look and what you are wearing. That’s why it’s always important to Continue reading How to Dress for an Interview
Everyone needs an elevator pitch which is a quick overview of who you are and the value you can bring to an organization. This overview of your competencies was coined the elevator pitch because the message should be succinct enough Continue reading Take a Ride in the Elevator Before You Interview
By: Murray A. Mann and Rose Mary Bombela-Tobias By Linda Matias (Provided by: Murray A. Mann and Rose Mary Bombela-Tobias) An informational interview, also known as a research interview, is your opportunity to speak to individuals that are in the position Continue reading Add P-O-W-E-R to Informational Interviews