interview tips

Top Interview Questions To Prepare For

Avoid surprises — interviews need preparation. Some questions come up time and time again — usually about you, your experience and the job itself. We’ve gathered together the most common questions so you can get your preparation off to a flying start. YOUR SKILLS Typical questions an interviewer might ask: What are your strengths and weaknesses? What can you do

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Evaluating a Job Applicant Background

When making hiring decisions, employers routinely examine a job applicant’s background. Using background history, especially criminal information, requires extra diligence by human resources professionals, especially where the information is used to deny the applicant a job. Use of background information can disproportionately affect people of various racial and ethnic backgrounds, along with gender. This could expose an employer to liability

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Interviewing Techniques and Tips

Interviewing for a job can be nerve-wracking. You may feel uncomfortable “selling” yourself or fielding unexpected questions. Or the prospect of having to meet and impress new people may be enough to trigger anxiety. However, interviewing is a skill you can learn. With the right tips and techniques, you can become a master at sharing your value with potential employers,

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Asking these 7 Questions Will Get You Closer To Landing the Job

Nearly every job seeker knows they need to prepare questions for job interviews. Although most candidates fear something about the interview process, the outstanding ones aren’t afraid to ask questions. If you’re looking to hire the best candidate for your open position, pay close attention to the questions candidates ask. Use these questions as a way to gauge the preparedness of the candidate and whether

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How To Ace A Tough Job Interview

Job interviews: Nobody likes them, but they inevitably stand between you and your dream job. Unfortunately, “What’s your greatest weakness?” is no longer the only hard-to-answer question hiring managers will throw your way. HR managers are now wielding new techniques, designed to do everything from measure your ability to handle criticism in the moment to downright intimidate you, more frequently. We walk

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