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Tag Archives: Interview
Having clarity in the job offer to begin with can prevent all manner of problems, from “fall-off” when that perfect candidate has to come back over and over [..]
What is your company generational culture? Are you interviewing Millennials differently than Boomers? Gen X? What is your company culture and how does it mesh with each demographic? [..]
The lack of training and mentoring can cause an employee to leave or a candidate to decline an offer. What do you need to do to make sure [..]
Don’t make the mistake of giving offers of employment before you have checked the background. Not just the formal references, but also the social media references and perhaps [..]
Don’t “sell” the job in the interview. Really listen to the answers to your questions. Get your “gut” out of the way and investigate, seek, quest.
From JobMob’s recent email of employment cartoons. Have you ever felt this way? On either side of the desk?
So you have posted the position and gotten 500 responses. Of these 490 are from people who could not possibly have read the position description but simply want [..]
Most hiring managers hate hiring and especially hate interviewing. They see it as a waste of time and effort and (secretly) know that they are just not very [..]
“Straight from the mouth of an employed job seeker” – Erin Nemeth’s Blog – Community – ERE.net. Many companies seem to have missed the idea that they need [..]