Back in 2014, David Darmanin was frustrated with a lack of an all-in-one, affordable CRO (conversion rate optimization) solution. So he brought a team together to build that dream tool. The result is Hotjar. By now, Hotjar has gained worldwide traction…Continue
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Make a game about time travel and talking lizards, nobody objects. Make a game about the gender gap, “This is unrealistic!” — Mauro Vanetti
The amount of hate Mauro Vanetti received for his…Continue
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I think the number one thing you need to do is have confidence in yourself. Do your research, believe in what you know and go in there and kill the interview. Good luck!
Added by Quintin Ford on May 21, 2016 at 2:26am — No Comments
You want to hire the best people. Always.
But the next time you try to project a “superstar” in your job description, think again.
In a Harvard Business School publication called “Toxic Workers,” Michael Housman and Dylan Minor…Continue
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Interviewing is a lot harder than it looks. Think about the context. I'm going to put you in a room with a stranger. All you know about them is from what they put on this poorly phrased piece of weighted, tan paper. In 30 minutes when someone returns to save you, you're not only supposed to get to know them but also figure out if they're going to be successful.
Added by Katrina Kibben on April 4, 2016 at 12:02pm — No Comments
1. Can you tell me about yourself?
This can be one of the most terrifying questions of all time, not to mention the most challenging to answer as well. As a candidate for a specific position, when this question is asked you are quick to wonder what the interviewer wants to know. What could be…Continue
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Your interview is the time to show your prospective employer your very best. When first being considered for a job, your interview is very likely where you first meet and make a first impression. A failure to put your best foot forward can affect your ability to succeed as a candidate. While a potential employer is concerned with more than just your appearance, your outfit is going to have the first word.…Continue
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The waiting game begins
After a job interview, the toughest thing is to weather the waiting period, which may take months or sometimes, even more. Time goes by and you may not hear a single word from the interviewer who seemed very…Continue
Added by Ben Karter on September 15, 2015 at 6:10am — No Comments
Besides the common notion that your body language affects the way others see you, there is more to it. In one of the popular TED talks of October 2012, Amy Cuddy talks about how body language affects the way…Continue
Added by Ben Karter on August 31, 2015 at 9:00am — No Comments
At some point in your career, it’s likely you’ve considered applying for a role a step up from what you’ve been doing. After submitting your resume and cover letter, you’ve been able to secure an interview. Success, the recruiting gods have smiled upon you! Not so fast; if you’re looking to compete…Continue
Added by Catherine Hess on August 27, 2015 at 5:20pm — No Comments
Create a good first impression over the phone
Rule no. 1: Find a quiet place to talk to recruiter, fully charge your mobile before the interview, and turn call waiting off. The person on the other line will be able to hear you clearly, and you will be able to hear them. It sounds simple, but wind can be a factor if you take the call outside!
Rule no.2: Be friendly! …Continue
Added by Stacy Carpenter on August 16, 2015 at 2:18pm — No Comments
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.
Jobs in creative fields require a unique skill set. Hiring managers look for specific tools and qualities when filling these positions. While education and experience are important factors, there are a few key characteristics that employers value most highly. Here are three characteristics you should project when interviewing for a creative position.
Hiring managers look for originality in creative employees. They want…Continue
Added by Recruiter Raya on June 26, 2015 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Using video as a recruiting tool is a relatively new application of webcam technology; however, it is continuing to expand. Many employers are using video chat programs such as Skype and Google Hangouts to conduct video job interviews. Some employers are even…Continue
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As soon as you drop some words in a job interview a light bulb can spring from nowhere and give a signal to the interviewer that you are already not the right person...every word counts!
If you get the Job, we will decide if you are ninja'd enough, wizardry,guru- tastic, or expertise and warriors status enough for you to work…
Added by Or Hillel on April 12, 2015 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Let's be honest, if we took a look at the technology you're using to interview even 5 years ago, I bet it would look almost the same as it does today. Maybe a new platform or two but essentially the same sh*t, different year, despite the blogging community and a ton of startups who have spent…Continue
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