Curveball interview questions can either be incredibly beneficial or extremely misleading in relaying a candidate’s fit for a position. The success or failure primarily lies in the type of curveball question the hiring manager is asking.
There are generally two types of curveball interview questions: personality-based and brain teasers. Let’s take a closer look at why one type is effective and the other is not.
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The corruption of our thinking began with learning things that we are unwilling to unlearn. Beginning with inventing the wheel and discovering fire, we eventually came to worship better technological advances. Often we found that automation alone was not the answer, but we failed to understand…Continue
Next up in my Spark Series is the very talented Mr. Eric Vozzola. Eric, like…Continue
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Companies overlook new hire onboarding. It’s what they do. They’re so busy sourcing, interviewing, and hiring new candidates, they forget that what you do after a candidate accepts the offer is just as important as all the steps that lead up to it. If your company’s bleeding good employees or missing out on…Continue
The internet is the perfect source of information about any topic be it Social Media monitoring or simply tracking your business on social channels. The recent developments have caused companies and Talent Acquisition professionals to track any other activity related to a business’ presence on Social Media. For obvious reasons I need not mention.
With that being said most Talent…Continue
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As the temperature begins to warm up, flowers bloom, allergies rear their ugly head, and people arm themselves with a broom and dustpan. It can only mean one thing: spring has sprung! But spring isn't the only time to clean up and clear out dusty, old processes.…
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The 2020 Outlook: The Future of Employer Branding recently released by Universum shows how three different organizational roles view their responsibility for employer branding:
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Campus recruiting has been a hot topic for many years, in fact it's one of the hotttest topics debated at budget time for many large multinational corporations. It's a necessary eveil that you can compare to the NFL draft. It's really that important.
Recently, we held a #Tru Conference in the form of Campus Recruitment where we invited a panel of millennial students entering the job market. We wanted to get real views from real students on their likes, dislikes and of…Continue
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Today marks the UK release of Disney Pixar’s latest animation picture, ‘Inside Out’, a story that focuses on a girl named Riley and her emotions — joy, fear, anger, disgust and sadness. These emotions are the occupants of her mind (otherwise known as, ‘Headquarters’), the…Continue
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Your interview went great, and you really wowed the hiring manager. Regardless of the industry you’re interviewing in, a follow-up letter is always recommended.
Could you accidentally blow your chances with one of these follow-up faux pas? Not after this blog…Continue
Recruitment is a highly tuned skill; not only do you have to be knowledgeable in your company and the field you're hiring for, but you have to be able to cut through the prose, nervousness and first impressions to see the diamonds in the rough as it were.
When it comes to recruiting for a position like graphic designer, it can be difficult to find a candidate that not only has the skills, but shares the vision of where your company is going and how they're getting there. Graphic…Continue
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As people I meet learn I am a recruiter, I often get a reaction to that fact and then a mentioning of a mysterious black hole they suspect their applications fall into. I hear people complain about their candidate experience all the time (and sometimes, regarding the company I work for at the…Continue
You're a jerk, ya know. This is the e-mail you send me, really? I honestly don't even know how you got my contact information or why in the world your CMS thought I might be interested in being a "supply executive."
I’m not sure if this is common knowledge for everyone, as I keep bumping into people who are unaware, but Google personalizes your search results based upon what you click on using browser cookies. Essentially, if you frequently Google things and consistently look for a Wikipedia article to…Continue
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Big Data: The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) defines big data as “data of a very large size, typically to the extent that its manipulation and management present significant…Continue