Career change is not just moving from one job to another, but is actually a bigger shift than this because making a change is not only just applying your knowledge or skills in a new area or filling the gaps needed, but it also needs a major thought process, search and plan before jumping into this.
Once you have figured out what career to choose, it's time to take action and the first step towards success is landing a job interview in this process. You will…Continue
Hiring people with the right technical skills? That’s becoming routine, if never easy. But hiring people who are going to do right by my clients and employees? That’s even…Continue
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
The purpose of behavioral questions is to identify how a potential new employee would act in future situations. Behavioral questions are always open ended, leaving the interviewee to fill in the blanks. To answer these…Continue
Added by Richard Peterson on September 14, 2013 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Rich Peterson feels, "It's Now Your Turn."
After they hold you to the fire, here are 7 questions to ask them. Some of them about the company and some about you.
Do some research if you are going for an interview. Read the job description and requirements carefully. Browse the web site to see how the organization presents itself. Search…
Rich Peterson believes behavioral based interview questions are the most popular and overused among recruiters.
The purpose of behavioral questions is to identify how a potential new employee would act in future situations. Behavioral questions are always open ended, leaving the interviewee to fill in the blanks. To answer these questions:
1.) Identify an experience
2.) Describe the situation
3.) Describe the task presented
Rich Peterson maintains It happens every day.
Behavioral based interviewing is interviewing based on discovering how you performed in specific employment-related situations. How you behaved in the past will predict how you will behave in the future. Basically, past performance predicts future…Continue
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Rich Peterson shared that all those meaningless interview questions actually have a purpose. That’s why everyone uses them. The interviewer is testing your ability to interact with others. By putting you on the spot, your answer gives the interviewer an idea of how you present yourself in a social and professional setting and a glimpse of what you think the most important facts about yourself…Continue
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Top 5 Interview Questions – Know how to answer them!
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"Hey, quick question."
I've found that this phrase has become the preface for the majority of questions at work. If you can't answer the question…
When sitting in front of your potential next employer, in a job interview, the most essential piece of paper which adds instant credibility to your personal brand is not your college degree – it’s your resume!
We recently turned to Certified Resume Writer Violet Nikolici Lowery, President of A Plus Professional Resumes and Creator of “Pimp My Crappy Resume”, to address a frequently asked question by Job Seekers – “Should I include… Continue
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