It’s time for final round interviews. You’ve made it past countless questions, reference checks, and more. It’s down to you and 3 others. The question is how do you stand apart from the rest when you are all equally qualified?
What hiring managers want to see during final round interviews is how potential candidates will fit into their company culture. Do the candidates have a personality? Are they serious or laid-back? Are they upbeat or quiet? Here are some pointers to keep…Continue
Added by Maggie Theisen on May 10, 2011 at 2:19pm — No Comments
It’s very easy to immediately exclaim, “Yes! Of course I will!” without thinking about the consequences. Much like the bachelor/bachelorette contestants desperately accept a rose or engagement ring in the heat of the moment, so do some job applicants only to find out weeks later “it just wasn’t a good fit for me”. But could this have been avoided in the first place? In order to avoid accepting a position you really don’t want, consider these factors:
Added by Maggie Theisen on March 17, 2011 at 12:14pm — No Comments
Have you ever submitted a resume for a job opening, certain it is the perfect match for your skills only to never receive an offer? Sometimes it’s a mystery as to what recruiters and hiring managers are searching for in a good candidate. Below are common questions recruiters receive and answers to your inquiries.
Q: What do recruiters look for in a resume?
Recruiters look at your experience. If you are a recent grad, recruiters look at your internship history.…Continue
Added by Maggie Theisen on March 2, 2011 at 2:09pm — No Comments