Has an interviewer, or job advertisement, ever asked you for your Klout score?
In time, maybe they will. …
Since 1981, I have worked with over 3000 hiring managers across the United States. Most of whom have never been trained how to interview. If they haven’t been taught how to interview, they certainly have not been taught how to select the best fit. Therefore, they bring their own unique interview techniques and questions to the interview party. Of course, the candidates bring their own special treats to the interviewing party; and I will share some of those also.
When a trusted employee is promoted into management, generally what is their first task? Replace themselves. How do they interview candidates for their replacement? Go to HR and ask for a list of acceptable questions to ask. If they are lucky, HR has a list of “approved questions.” Are the questions targeting the skills required to be successful in the position? Generally not, they are simply acceptable interview questions. Do those questions include, “If you were an animal, what…Continue
The economy has shifted; the world is changing- we all are trying to do more in less time and with less money. Less than 15% said they were “extremely” satisfied. Meanwhile, employers believe that 30% of their workers are “extremely” satisfied.
As we climb out of this recession we are entering into a brand new place, The Talent Market Place. Companies can hire top talent labor cheaper than ever before. Competitors in your…Continue
Added by Emily Eastman on September 23, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments
In theory and in reality a wolf in sheep's clothing is a key concern for employers and recruiters to be wary of in the selection process.
It begs the question, "Which candidate are you most comfortable with in assessing for employment consideration—the raw and somewhat transparent candidate, or the highly polished, highly confident one?” On the one hand, the raw/transparent candidate may not impress as much as the highly polished interviewee. But under all that gloss and glow may…Continue
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As many of my followers know I am quite active within the Victorian Judo scene. I have been involved in Judo on and off since I was about ten. Over that time I have trained, competed and coached with participants ranging from novices through to the sport’s elites.
Over this time I have observed that…Continue
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