Your Guide How To “beBetter” During Interviews
pssst…. TIP #1: You’ll want send a Thank You letter after your interview, so be ready…
Here’s a SAMPLE. Post Interview Thank You Letter
Now, let’s learn more about the actual INTERVIEW. Read On….
The Best Questions to
Ask in the Interview
An interview is meant to be a two-way street. The hiring manager is interviewing you to determine whether you’re the best fit for the job.
11 Things You Should do 15
Minutes Before an Interview
The 15 minutes before a job interview can be harrowing. Job seekers are never sure what to do with that time, but…
Being Aware of Your Body
Language in Job Interviews
Body language can have more of an impact on your success than anything you say. especially when you’re in a situation where you’re likely nervous.
Top 10 Behavioral Interview Questions
During a job interview, it is likely that you will be asked behavioral interview questions. Find out more about this type of interview question, review the most common behavioral interview questions employers ask, and get tips on how to prepare and respond smoothly when you’re asked to give examples of how you handle workplace situations.
How To Build Confidence
For Your Next Job Interview
One hour can decide where you work for the next five years or more. And you spend that hour with strangers, focused on a rare conversation topic…
Top 5 Things NOT To
Say In An Interview
A lot of my blogs in the past have highlighted my personal top tips in an interview scenario, the right questions to ask, the right kind of answers to respond to interviewer questions . . .
How to Answer ‘What’s
the Lowest Salary You
I didn’t like the question, because I don’t know why a company would be interested in paying people as little as they possibly could, but…
The One Interview
Question You Need To Ask
To Land The Perfect Job
You know how to rock a healthcare job interview. You’ve read up on the most-asked questions, practiced your responses…
Why Are You Still Giving The Wrong
Answers To This Interview Question?
I’ve interviewed a lot of people in my career. I’ve also been on the other side of the table as an interviewee. Whereas some interviewing strategies and approaches come and go, there is one question that has stood the test of time
How to Prepare For a
The first impression of any interview process is the phone screen. It can make or break your application process, especially if the position you’re seeking requires excellent communication skills.