The Secret Fears of Every Hiring Manager and How Job Seekers Can Approach These Fears

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When you walk into a job interview, chances are you’re at least a little bit nervous. This is natural. If you’re interested in the job, the stakes are high and you want to come off well. You want to communicate your qualifications clearly, and you want to seem honest and confident. But you may not… Read more »

“Tell Me About a Time When…” Be Ready for Behavioral Interview Questions

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When you’re called in for an interview, there are a few questions that you’re likely to be asked regardless of the industry, the position, or the contents of your application. These universal questions should be expected no matter what. But some employers also like to round out the interview process with additional questions designed to… Read more »

Are Phone Interviews the Best Option for Narrowing Down Candidates?

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Many HR professionals and hiring managers assume that the first step to the candidate search process involves the casting of a wide net to attract the attention of a large pool of qualified applicants. A high profile posting, according to this logic, can draw talent from far flung corners. This large-pool approach is grounded in… Read more »