In essence, a good interview often comes down to “likeability” and if you’re able to establish a friendly rapport with the interviewer(s). Keep these 5 highly effective rapport-building techniques in mind as you interview.
Background checks, especially at the executive level, have become routine in the recruitment process.
As your organization continues with hiring efforts, interviewers will face new questions from candidates that they’ve never been asked before.
Here are some of the top questions you should consider asking during an interview regarding COVID-19.
Is your dream job with a large organization or a small company? It’s common for life sciences professionals to have a preference one way or the other when considering employment opportunities.
If you’re on the job market now, here are a few key questions you should ask your potential new employer on how you can succeed in a work-from-home environment, whether for just a few weeks or months or even indefinitely
Do you think you're a good fit for a job? And want to demonstrate your capabilities but are unable to do that? Well here's how you can do that effectively.
Here’s how smart prospective interviewees can optimally prepare for success in online interviews.
This article offers suggestions for how to be camera-ready for a virtual interview.
Career paths are not always perfectly linear and uninterrupted. Here are some ways you can display gaps in resumes that don't appear like a weak point.
Questions about the future are not uncommon in job interviews and represent an opportunity for careful preparation.
One of the biggest mistakes job candidates make is failing to ask any questions to the interviewer. Remember these questions to ask at the end of a job interview.
Job interviewing can be an unnerving experience, but if you know how to handle some of the stickiest situations encountered in interviewing, you can be that much more confident.
The interview process at many organizations is not limited to a single interview. Multiple interviews are common and can occur for numerous reasons.
While many job seekers are unnerved by the “Tell me about yourself” request, it’s actually an opportunity to shine and take control of the interview.
Interview practice will help you reduce interview anxiety, improve your interview skills, and in many cases, gain important feedback about how you interview.
What will it take to motivate the employer to hire you, or at least invite you back for a second interview?
Experts differ on how direct job seekers should be in closing the sale. Some say candidates miss opportunities if they don’t come right out and ask for the job. Others say a hard sell doesn’t work in this situation.
Be ready by anticipating and countering objections the employer might raise.
Many job seekers take it for granted that the holidays are not the best time to be on the job market, so they suspend their job hunt until after the new year. Others get distracted by all of the holiday hullabaloo and don’t put as much time and effort into their search as they need to.