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Tiffany Branch commented on Rob Havey's blog post '“How would you react if I told you that this interview has been terrible so far?”'
"I work in a very relaxed, friendly, humorous and sarcastic environment. When I ask "weird questions" my candidates tend to view it as "fun" and it is oftentimes an ice breaker. I'm into the more conversational style of…"
May 6
Tiffany Branch commented on Rob Havey's blog post '“How would you react if I told you that this interview has been terrible so far?”'
"@Megan, I haven't used that question in an interview but have used it in discussions with friends. It can tell you a lot about a person when you ask them WHY they chose a specific animal. That is really what folks are trying to get to when…"
May 6
A blog post by Rob Havey was featured

Are You Prepared to Turn in Your Two Week Notice?

Turning in your two weeks notice can be a stressful and stress relieving process for anyone involved in making a career transition. You may be wildly loyal to your current employer but presented with a career opportunity you know you can’t pass up. On the other hand, you may dread turning into the company parking lot every morning and can’t wait to sever ties with your responsibilities and move on to a new and exciting career opportunity. Regardless of your situation, it’s important to focus on…See More
May 13, 2013
Noel Cocca liked Rob Havey's blog post Are You Prepared to Turn in Your Two Week Notice?
May 10, 2013
Rob Havey posted a blog post

Are You Prepared to Turn in Your Two Week Notice?

Turning in your two weeks notice can be a stressful and stress relieving process for anyone involved in making a career transition. You may be wildly loyal to your current employer but presented with a career opportunity you know you can’t pass up. On the other hand, you may dread turning into the company parking lot every morning and can’t wait to sever ties with your responsibilities and move on to a new and exciting career opportunity. Regardless of your situation, it’s important to focus on…See More
May 9, 2013
Nigel Coxon commented on Rob Havey's blog post '“How would you react if I told you that this interview has been terrible so far?”'
"Don't you think in the days of the internet that interview questions are all a bit moot anyway? Candidates get so caught up in second guessing what answer they think the interviewer wants to hear, or remembering the "oh so smart"…"
Jan 9, 2013
Lee commented on Rob Havey's blog post '“How would you react if I told you that this interview has been terrible so far?”'
"I think questions like the animal and tennis ball questions are irrelevant, annoying and even insulting. To me questions asking what superhero or animal I would like to be are conversations I have with my 11 year old. They are pseudo pyschological…"
Jan 9, 2013
Megan Bell commented on Rob Havey's blog post '“How would you react if I told you that this interview has been terrible so far?”'
""If you were an animal, which one would you want to be?" SERIOUSLY!!!!  What good, professional, self-respecting Recruiter still asks this question?  It gives you absolutely no usable information.  Shame on Monster!  If…"
Jan 9, 2013
Nigel Coxon commented on Rob Havey's blog post '“How would you react if I told you that this interview has been terrible so far?”'
""What irritates you about other people, and how do you deal with it?" People who ask the same question twice. Normally I just point out that they've done it. :-)"
Jan 9, 2013
Maisha Cannon commented on Rob Havey's blog post '“How would you react if I told you that this interview has been terrible so far?”'
"Interesting, thanks for sharing! I may incorporate one of those wildcards into future interviews."
Jan 8, 2013
Rob Havey posted a blog post

“How would you react if I told you that this interview has been terrible so far?”

Active job seekers can find an abundance of information available online to help with topics such as resume formatting, job search, interview preparation, appearance and how to follow-up after an interview. If you are working with a professional recruiter, you can always expect to receive their insight on how to best prepare for the specific interview they have arranged for you. They will have insider information and will be able to help you learn more about the hiring manager’s hot buttons or…See More
Jan 8, 2013
Christopher Ceraso left a comment for Rob Havey
"I am interested in technology recruitment split with you.  I can be reached at chris@myrng.net or 412-364-1875 - Google video/voice chat at chrisceraso@gmail.com Thank you!  Christopher"
Jan 8, 2013
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Dec 6, 2012

Profile Information

Name
Rob Havey
Job Title
Director of Recruiting
Company
UDig
Which best describes your profession?
Agency Recruiting
How many years have you been in the business?
5-9 years
Which industries do you work in now?
Technology
How many employees in your company?
>100
Website
http://www.udig.com

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Are You Prepared to Turn in Your Two Week Notice?

Posted on May 9, 2013 at 4:28pm 0 Comments

Turning in your two weeks notice can be a stressful and stress relieving process for anyone involved in making a career transition. You may be wildly loyal to your current employer but presented with a career opportunity you know you can’t pass up. On the other hand, you may dread turning into the company parking lot every morning and can’t wait to sever ties with your responsibilities and move on to a new and exciting career opportunity. Regardless of your situation, it’s important to focus…

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“How would you react if I told you that this interview has been terrible so far?”

Posted on January 8, 2013 at 12:00pm 9 Comments

Active job seekers can find an abundance of information available online to help with topics such as resume formatting, job search, interview preparation, appearance and how to follow-up after an interview. If you are working with a professional recruiter, you can always expect to receive their insight on how to best prepare for the specific interview they have arranged for you. They will have insider information and will be able to help you learn more about the hiring manager’s hot buttons…

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At 10:21am on January 8, 2013, Christopher Ceraso said…

I am interested in technology recruitment split with you.  I can be reached at chris@myrng.net or 412-364-1875 - Google video/voice chat at chrisceraso@gmail.com

Thank you! 

Christopher

 
 
 

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