Debunking Interview Mistakes

In a competitive job market, any reason to eliminate a candidate from the ocean-sized applicant pool can be tempting. Enter the classic list of interview mistakes that candidates are never supposed to make: being late; unprofessional dress; speaking poorly of a former boss … the list goes on. However, are these actually good reasons to […]

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How to Maintain Control of an Interview

As an employer, you have the upper hand on any candidate who comes through the doors of your business. You are in a familiar atmosphere and they are not. They are most likely nervous and anxious about doing their best and impressing you and you have the luxury of being the one to fire off […]

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Pros and Cons of a Lunch Interview

At times, a traditional job interview style can become monotonous and uninspiring. At times, the position a candidate is applying for may call for an interviewing atmosphere more conducive to casual chatter and comfortable seating. And at times, some employers simply prefer an interview that is outside the office. In any case, a lunch interview […]

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Humor in the Job Interview

Many job interview candidates feel that they are the only ones at the conference table with something to lose. While human resource managers are certainly in a power position, it is important for employers to leave a positive impression so that they can hire the best talent. A sense of humor can be a great […]

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The Truth About Lying on Resumes #INFOGRAPHIC

Just last week we discussed an infographic that emphasized how important it is for a company to do a background check on their candidates before offering them a job. Now, to really drive the message home and to show employers how frequent job seekers are lying on their resumes, we bring you the “Truth About […]

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