I discussed how the amount of effort it takes to identify potential candidates can affect the difficulty of a search.
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Doing so will allow you to correctly calibrate both your questions and answers throughout the interview.
It’s imperative to NOT lose your focus or get tripped up on the employment application process. Here are some quick guidelines to follow that will get you through it!
On your way to the interview, you’ve brought everything you need to bring. You’re well groomed. Forgetting something? Names! That’s right—people’s names!
A few months later, I was invited by the company’s CEO to meet with their leadership team to help with their recruiting efforts and improve their recruiting process. The first assignment was to fill the Technical Services Rep job.
Human Resource professionals are often the ones who propagate this recruiting myth. Many HR professionals appear to resent recruiters because they see a recruiter make a call into their company, get a search, fill it in weeks, and then receive a check that equals three to six months of their salary.
Now that we know what the overriding objective of an interview is, now we’ll discuss what an interview is.
Some job seekers don’t pay as much attention to the application as they should. If you’re asked to fill out an employment application, observe the following tips.
Consider the four “Cs” of a quality recruiter: character, connections, communication, and commitment.
A person’s resume is one of the most important pieces in what I like to call their “career advancement puzzle.” There are a lot of items to factor into keeping your portfolio, references, contacts and resume up to date.