As a job candidate, you go into every job interview with 2 goals: First, you want to impress the employer with what a great hire you would be – your qualifications, accomplishments, and enthusiasm for them and the job. Second, you want to learn as much as you can about the employer and the job. Even if you are unemployed, the last thing you need is to accept a job that will turn out to be a nightmare for you with another, tougher job search too soon. Now, focus on your “customer” — the employer. To succeed, keep that focus in your mind as you meet your goals. Employers have two primary goals for the job interview. First, they want to determine if you are qualified for the...Read More
For employers, there are many benefits to using the services of a recruitment agency. A good recruiter can help you hire faster and better, while saving you time, money, and...Read More
The interview question, "What makes you unique?" is not an opportunity to confess weird habits or odd quirks. It's a chance to provide the interviewer with insight into how you'd...Read More
A resume is one of the most important documents of a job seeker. It is the first and easiest way to show the employers that you are a perfect match...Read More
Interviewing prospective employees can be a difficult process for the applicant and the employer alike. For the employer, aside from ensuring that the best applicant is selected, the interview process...Read More
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