Half of hiring managers say candidates should be doing this after a job interview

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Originally Posted on Ladders The job interview process does not end with you shaking hands with the interviewer and leaving the office (or in today’s case, saying goodbye, and clicking out of a Zoom video call). A simple thank you email after an interview actually goes a long way. A study conducted by recruiting platform iCIMS… read more

Recruiters Nominate Their Favorite Phone Interview Questions

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By Samantha McLaren – LinkedIn Let’s face it: Phone screenings can be challenging. More often than not, it’s your first opportunity to have an in-depth discussion with your candidates, and there’s a lot of ground to cover in a short period of time. You have to make a great first impression, give them more information about the… read more

Half of hiring managers say candidates should be doing this after a job interview

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Originally Posted on Ladders The job interview process does not end with you shaking hands with the interviewer and leaving the office (or in today’s case, saying goodbye, and clicking out of a Zoom video call). A simple thank you email after an interview actually goes a long way. A study conducted by recruiting platform iCIMS… read more

The Future of Work in the Post COVID-19 Era

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– Megan Glenn Megan Glenn is a freelance writer with extensive expertise in a plethora of subjects, including: home decor, business, lifestyle, and more. She’s been writing professionally for over a decade, and has had the pleasure of working with incredible publishers over the years including Faxage. She believes in telling a story, not just finding information…. read more

That Human Touch for Your Resume

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– Megan Glenn Megan Glenn is a freelance writer with extensive expertise in a plethora of subjects, including: home decor, business, lifestyle, and more. She’s been writing professionally for over a decade, and has had the pleasure of working with incredible publishers over the years including Faxage. She believes in telling a story, not just finding information…. read more

After 20 years of hiring, I now refuse to ask ‘Tell me about yourself’—here’s my new No. 1 interview question

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By Gary Burnison – CNBC In my 20-plus years of hiring and recruiting, I’ve always started off my job interviews with a simple question: “Tell me about yourself.” Many people see this as one of the “toughest” or “trickiest” interview questions. Still, it’s been a popular go-to for hiring managers because it tells them a lot about a candidate’s professional… read more

The Right Way to Submit References During Your Job Search (Template Included)

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By Regina Borsellino – theMuse As you’re applying to jobs, you may be wondering about the best way to submit your references. Should you put them on your initial application materials? And how would you even list references on a resume? The answer is, you don’t. Listing your references on a resume that should be… read more