Category: Job Interviews

The Power of the First Impression

All too often, employers forget that job interviews are two-way streets. They lose themselves in thinking…

What Interview Questions Should Be Axed Instead Of Asked?

Different employers are bound to follow different recruitment strategies. Depending on the nature of the business,…

Why Finding A Good Cultural Fit Really Matters

You’re only as strong as your weakest link. Sure, it may be cliché. But that doesn’t…

Why NO Is A Good Answer

You’ve spent a bunch of time, effort and energy composing the ideal job posting so that…

Why You Should Drop “What’s Your Greatest Weakness?” From Your Interview Questions

“What’s your greatest weakness?” is one of those job interview questions that have become far too…

How Do You Know If You’ve Really Found The Right Person For The Job?

As a hiring manager, your job entails a lot more than simply filling up space with…

What You Should Really Look For When Conducting Phone Interviews

Part of any strong recruitment strategy is the all-important phone interview. Never let it be lost…

Assessing Characteristics: An Important Objective Of Job Interviews

A resume can tell you a lot about a candidate’s education and work experience. But regardless…

The Unreturned Phone Call: A Sign You Haven’t Found The Right Fit

Have you ever had the following experience? You hire a new recruit and put what you…