Nov, 2014

5 Interview Mistakes to Avoid

Interview Mistakes to Avoid When you’re on the career path, it is best not to commit amateur mistakes, especially if you want to get employed quickly.

If you’re reading this article, you’re either up for an interview or you’ve just started looking for a new job. This article will help you avoid committing a rookie error during the interview.

Nov, 2014

How Your Personality Could Help You Find A Job (Or Not)

FInd a Job with Your Personality To go through the entire job search process, it is vital to know yourself in and out and know what types of jobs will fit you perfectly.

Every job seeker should evaluate his or her background and skills in order to come up with the best choices when going through the search process. If you’re still unsure what to do, make an effort to investigate what you really want to do in life so you won’t be applying for positions ill-suited to you.

Nov, 2014

How to Communicate Better at Work

Communicate Better at WorkIn order to achieve professional success, knowing how to interact with others in your workplace is a must.

No matter what kind of role you are fulfilling at work, it is important to have good communication skills. This includes knowing how and when to share information, proper body language, and the tone and quality of your voice.

Nov, 2014

Interview Question: What Role Do You Prefer When Working on a Project?

Role in a ProjectHearing this question may surprise you and put you in a difficult spot. To avoid this, prepare an answer for this specific question to avoid feeling the jitters on interview day.

Nov, 2014

Fresh Grad? Here’s How to Give Yourself a Boost Up the Corporate Ladder

Boost Up the Corporate LadderEven if you just got out of college, there are ways you can stand out among other candidates to make your hard work pay off.

Nov, 2014

How to Think Like a Manager to Get the Job

Think Like a Manager Responding to questions clearly and quickly is a plus, especially if you are up against other strong candidates for the job.

To increase the chances of getting an offer, you’ll have to focus on what the employer really needs. Considering the employer’s perspective and knowing how to act accordingly is a part of the job-search equation you can’t ignore.

Nov, 2014

Interview Question: Tell me about a situation when your work was criticized.

Interview CriticismAnswering this question takes preparation in order to avoid pitfalls.

This may be a tough question — It’s pretty hard to admit to your weaknesses in front of your potential employer. It’s potentially damaging to admit to faults and failures that could keep you from getting the job you’ve applied for.

Nov, 2014

5 Tips on How to Interview your Interviewer

Interview your InterviewerHere’s how to ask the right questions during an interview, even when in doubt.

As a prospective candidate for a position, you have a chance to sell yourself to the interviewer. It’s also a chance for you to get to know the people who work there before accepting the job offer.

Nov, 2014

What Resume Format is Best for You?

Best Resume FormatHere are four resume layouts you can use to boost your chances of getting employed.

Every jobseeker should know that not all resumes are created equal. Numerous formats are accepted by recruiters.

Nov, 2014

Interview Question: Looking Back On Your Last Position, Have You Done Your Best?

 Best Interview QuestionDo you think you did your very best in your last job? If so, is it wise to tell the interviewer directly?

Most HR managers or recruiters use this as a trick question to gauge your abilities. It’s also used to evaluate how you react upon hearing this question.