Category: Job Interviews

Uncovering The Myth – Hiring Is Easy

Whoever said that hiring was easy? It certainly isn’t. The process by which a company locates…

Avoiding Employee Turnover: It’s All In Hiring The Right Fit To Begin With

Most Canadian businesses have endured, at some point or the other, instances when their employees were…

How To Improve The “Tell Me About Yourself” Interview Question

During far too many job interviews, hiring managers throw out the cliché request: “Tell me about…

Which Interview Questions Will Help You Find The Best Fit For Your Company?

As a hiring manager, you have a very important job. Perhaps, you don’t get enough credit…

Hiring Managers: Put Yourself In The Candidate’s Shoes

It’s not easy to be a hiring manager. It can often feel like a thankless job….

Why Video Interviewing Is Simply A Bad Idea

There’s nothing quite like the face-to-face interview. It doesn’t matter how far along we’ve come in…

Demonstrating Insecurity: A Potential Result Of Conducting Too Many Interviews

Insecurity. It’s not a particularly charming trait. And, as relationship experts will tell you, it’s generally…

Employee Retention Starts With Your Job Advertisements

Here’s a question: If your current employees were to read your new job advertisements, do you…

The Importance Of Reference Checks And Listening For “The Pause”

Reference checks – they’re generally a final piece of the recruitment puzzle. To many, the process…

3 Reasons Why Group Interviews Can Work Against You

There are many different interview styles. Most employers utilize phone interviews as ways to pre-screen job…