As a job seeker you must understand the importance of asking questions during an interview. During that point in the interview when you are asked, “Do you have any questions for me”, it’s imperative that you respond with a “yes”, and proceed with asking your questions. It will show that you are interested in the position and want to know more detail about the position than what the job description provided. Also remember that an interview is a two way street – you want to make sure that the…Continue
Added by Priya N on February 21, 2015 at 12:30am — No Comments
You may have all the right degrees that can get you through a job interview, if the interviewer decides to stay to the questions that relate job and how well you think you can perform it. But it has been noticed that employers like Apple, Yahoo! and more try to judge a person through some weird and tricky questions.…Continue
Job Interviewing is all about preparing properly, confidence and creating a good rapport. The hiring manager needs to know that you are capable of performing the tasks of the job and also that you will fit the culture of the team. The interview is your time to shine. By having an understanding of the potential job…Continue
Added by Gavin Redelman on December 11, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments
15 questions you need to ask before accepting an offer.
This year we have seen a significant increase in the number of candidates returning to the job market, albeit relatively passively in a lot of cases. Surprisingly, while the reasons can be poles apart such as redundancy or a lack of career progression, it can often drive similar behaviours amongst candidates. I have commented previously…Continue
Added by AdMore Recruitment on July 31, 2012 at 7:21am — No Comments
Answer: It depends on the position.
A recently laid off job seeker who had been gainfully employed with the same company for over 25 years asked, "How important is my credit rating in the job…Continue
Added by Maisha Cannon on June 11, 2012 at 12:00am — No Comments
I have a question for the group. When, or do you stop communications with a candidate? A candidate being defined as someone that had a scheduled interview and the interview was cancelled by agency or the prospective employer. Do you instantly stop communications with the candidate or do continue to maintain communication for a period of time? I was going to go into a long dissertation as to why these questions are being asked, but I think the bigger question is do recruiters have an ethical…Continue