Sometimes candidates miss interviews. Unforeseen circumstances do occur. That’s okay and most of the time the hiring authority will understand. As long as you communicate.
Car accident, just found out that a relative is sick and needs you right away, dog buried your car keys…….just call right away and let the recruiter or hiring manager know. If you don’t show up and don’t communicate for a day or two then your excuse will fall on deaf ears. They’re not that dumb. Everyone…Continue
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There’s only one thing worse than a normal interview, a group interview. Do you act bold and come off brash or act polite and get lost in crowd? Here’s are some tips to help you survive a group interview!
There are three types of group interviews, a panel…Continue
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Whether you’ve tried them or not, I’m guessing you’re familiar with the invasion of video interviews. When they infiltrated organizations several years ago, maybe you thought they were just a phase and wouldn’t stand the test of time,…Continue
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A first impression is a crucial moment on a first date. Things like bad breath, nervousness, or even outright desperation can and will throw up warning signals to your date. The same is also true on an interview; where a lack of confidence, charisma, and manners can…Continue
Added by Emma Sturgis on December 23, 2015 at 4:14pm — No Comments
Many of the traditional tips for a successful interview: eye contact, pressed suit and a firm handshake, lose the majority of their effectiveness over the phone. That’s not…Continue
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Almost exactly one year ago, my husband and I adopted our little fur baby from the local animal shelter. We both grew up with pets, but this was our first (and only child) together as a couple. Our sweet guy, Hurley, immediately became a part of our family and dramatically influenced our official new lifestyle as doggie people.
As his one year adoption anniversary approached, I wanted to come up with a way to celebrate how much love and enjoyment he has brought our…Continue
In the past, recruiters had to be part time headhunters, part time spies, sneaking around in pubs and water closets, hoping for just a few moments of privacy with job candidates. So…Continue
Added by Natalie Morgan on December 31, 2014 at 4:00pm — No Comments
A New Recruiting Paradigm Emerges | firstname.lastname@example.org | @techstardust | innovation leader, recruiting veteran, and advisor | Transforming Talent Acquisition
The Stardust Equation: When illusion becomes reality
Value (V) is realized (R) and popularized in…Continue
Picking up the phone to speak to a complete stranger is terrifying enough, so imagine how much more scary the prospect of having a phone interview can be. From tripping over our words to calling the interviewer the wrong name, there’s plenty of ways a phone interview can take a turn for their worse.
That’s why you should always leave plenty of room for error, and treat phone interviews as though they were a face-to-face meeting with an employer. While you may think that hiding behind…Continue
Added by Jade Hadden on July 17, 2014 at 3:40am — No Comments
"I'm sorry… Why are you here?"
There are thousands of articles, blog posts and "how-to's" advising job seekers how to prepare for a phone screen, a video interview, and in-person job interview. But what about the other side of that desk or conference table? The hiring manager, recruiter, HR manager, and others tasked with interviewing and evaluating candidates? …Continue
A significant percentage of people involved with screening and selecting job candidates fancy themselves detectives, mind-readers, psychics and psychologists. They’re almost always willing to trust their own gut. But not much else slips unscathed through the scrutiny of these trust deficient evaluators of talent.…Continue
Job interviews can be stressful at the best of times. That's understandable - especially if it's for a job you really want. The reality is, far too many people fail their interview before they really get started - because they don't prepare properly and they don't present the best image of themselves.
Added by Peter Ellington on April 10, 2014 at 8:30am — No Comments
Obviously, every company culture is different and sometimes what hiring managers think and say they want is exactly the opposite of what they really mean by fit. Do you find this to be the case in your recruiting experience? If so, what's the main cause of this discrepancy?
In job opportunity listings, we often see terms such as:
employment situation. I wasn’t sure whether they were seeking my advice about their current employment or how to approach the search for something else. (They are currently…Continue
With the war for quality talent as fierce as it is right now, if you are lucky enough to have identified a star candidate, you need to ensure that you make the most of the interview and not waste your valuable time.
There’s no denying the value of asking candidates a series of behavioural or competency based interview…Continue
I’m regularly asked by recruiters and HR directors what type of roles video interviewing works best for. It’s a very pertinent question, for which there is no simple, right or wrong answer. It depends on a number of factors such as the seniority of role you’re recruiting for, or the size of your organisation.
The first thing to say is, you shouldn’t be thinking of video interviewing replacing face-to-face interviews. Instead, video interviews provide a great way to filter large…Continue
Added by Tom Stroud on November 19, 2012 at 8:54am — No Comments
Please note: This article was originally posted on the RecruitLoop blog
As a career recruiter, I’ve seen my share of ‘shifty business’. And sometimes from employers themselves! It usually involved a client contacting my candidate directly so as to avoid having to pay a recruitment fee.
Such shady dealings have unfortunately always taken…
Look inwards and you will find amazing opportunities around you. Rather looking in the external market, your first research should be on the opportunities available within the company. Finding the next big opportunity within the company might not happen over night. It is a long and structured process. You need to build a strong ground for yourself and project your work all the time. One of the key skills you need to develop is on Smart networking.
Added by Mohammed Taha Manna on August 30, 2012 at 10:30pm — No Comments
It turns out your favorite video game of 1994 can be a pretty useful hiring tool. Go figure.
Every new small business hits the scene like a rebellious teenager. They’re young, they’re proud and…Continue
Added by Eric Gaydos on August 23, 2012 at 2:30pm — No Comments