The Number$ Game

Published on September 12, 2014 by in Resources

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Interviewing for a job is full of pitfalls, moments where a wrong answer can knock you out of contention. One of the most treacherous topics to navigate is the one about your required or desired salary.  It can trip up the savviest candidate unless you’ve prepared yourself for it.  Answer with a number that is […]

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Less is More

Published on September 12, 2014 by in Resources

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We recently called an employer for the first time, and she was quick to tell us about her terrible experiences with recruiters.  In fact, she’d had a job out to 3 different recruiters for 3 months, and had received only a couple of referrals.  She wanted to know why we’d be any different… When employers […]

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Tell me about a time when you: worked effectively under pressure. handled a difficult situation with a co-worker. were creative in solving a problem. missed an obvious solution to a problem. were unable to complete a project on time. persuaded team members to do things your way. wrote a report that was well received. anticipated […]

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Acing Behavioral Interviews

Published on October 20, 2012 by in Resources

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Note: We came across this article prior to 2005 and have lost track of the source. It remains a good resource. “Tell me about a time you took initiative and went above and beyond the call of duty.” “Describe the most creative idea that you’ve implemented to solve a problem.” “Tell me about the most […]

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Your Guarantee for Making an Impressive Interview First Impression. Let’s face it, interviewing is stressful enough without having to answer stupid interview questions. But unfortunately, many interviewers, because of habit, lack of preparation time, poor training, or yes, even laziness, often ask stupid interview questions.  Of those, one of the most challenging is the oft […]

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Matthew Henry, the 17th-century writer said, “Many a dangerous temptation comes to us in fine gay colours that are but skin deep.” The same can be said for counteroffers, those magnetic enticements designed to lure you back into the nest after you’ve decided it’s time to fly away.

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Learn the top résumé tips for getting your résumé noticed from a professional recruiter.

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Make a memorable impression with an attractive, results-oriented marketing document

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There is no more important hour than that spent in an interview. Remember, you are there to provide information. The employment interview is more than a recitation of your background and experience. It is a competitive process wherein information is exchanged, impressions formed and conclusions drawn. Your chances of presenting yourself favorably will be enhanced if you follow some simple advice.

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Many companies use telephone screening as a cost-effective tool and if you are interviewing for a position in another location, it will be the rule and not the exception.

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