Posts Tagged 'Interview'

The Do’s and Don’ts of Difficult Interview Questions

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The following two questions are critical in the interviewing process because they establish a lasting impression of you. When you hear the following two questions, this is the home stretch! But it is not over just yet – these questions are critical to your interview because they establish a lasting impression of you, and they are also arguably the most overlooked! Continue reading ‘The Do’s and Don’ts of Difficult Interview Questions’

The Do’s and Don’ts of Difficult Interview Questions

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Interviewing: arguably the most impending fear of any job seeker. Whether looking to enter the workforce or in search of a new career opportunity, an interview is almost certain to happen. Yet two things remain true for job seekers: 1. Most don’t prepare effectively for an interview and 2. Most don’t prepare because they are unsure how to approach the “difficult questions” of interviewing – which all affects confidence. Continue reading ‘The Do’s and Don’ts of Difficult Interview Questions’

Five Tips to Ace a Structured Interview

One of the toughest aspects of a selection process is to ensure that all candidates are compared fairly and accurately when applying for a job. This is particularly challenging when different questions are asked, there are no pre-set criteria, and multiple interviewers are involved. Continue reading ‘Five Tips to Ace a Structured Interview’

A Successful Virtual Job Interview

" "They say that looking for a job is a job. Now, just imagine adding the pressure of preparing for the actual interview on top of that! This can be extremely stressful for a person, especially if they are in dire need of employment. With jobs of the future changing and people, in general, having less time, employers have moved from personal interviews to virtual interviews. This strategy of conducting interviews is becoming more and more popular across the board. Continue reading ‘A Successful Virtual Job Interview’


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