For Your Consideration:
Candidate Interviewing Tips
The basis of the interview is two parties seeking a mutual solution to each other's needs. While the ultimate purpose of an interview is to get an offer for the position, the more immediate objective is for the company to get to know you better and for you to get to know it better. Proper preparation will help alleviate the stress involved in job interviews. These interview tips should help prepare you to interview more effectively. Download the PDF.
Telephone Interviewing Tips
Telephone interviews are often used to screen candidates in order to narrow the pool of applicants who will be invited for in-person interviews. A telephone interview is usually short, just enough time to rule you in or out, so the focus is on questions that help evaluate you quickly. Your goal is to turn it into a face-to-face meeting, so your answers need to be concise. Download the PDF.
Typical Phone Interview Questions
Hiring managers don’t necessarily want to spend a lot of time, money and energy interviewing every potential candidate face-to-face. So most of them fall back on the practical: phone interviews. A telephone interview is usually short, just enough time to rule you in or out, so the focus is on questions that help evaluate you quickly. Your goal is to turn it into a face-to-face meeting, so your answers need to be concise. Download the PDF.
Importance of Sending a Follow Up Thank You Note/Email
Sending a thank you note/email, after an employment interview is a MUST! Some employers think less of those interviewees who fail to follow-up promptly. Plan to send out your thank you notes/email soon (preferably within twenty-four hours, by a week) after your interview. Remember your audience and address their issues and concerns. Consider the "personality" of the organization and the rapport you felt during your interviews. Download the PDF.
Tips On How To Resign
Even the best of job opportunities have their downside, and the decision to change jobs should never be made lightly. Once the decision has been made, however, it should be firm and final because reversing it could be a costly career mistake. Download the PDF.