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Job Journey: What to Bring to an Interview

Preparing for an interview is not just about the suit and haircut. You have some options in terms of what you bring with you as well.

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Job Journey: What an interviewer doesn’t want to hear

Job interviews are stressful and sometimes, in the heat of the moment,  we blurt out things without thinking about how they will be interpreted by the interviewer.

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Interview Like You Mean It

As a manager, interviewing is one of the most important things you do. You can’t build a great team that will reach great objectives if you don’t hire great people to be on that team.

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Recruiting to Broaden the Applicant Pool

One of the best ways to change up your work groups and increase the diversity of your company is to use external recruiters; and I am not just saying that because I am an external ...

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How to Finish a Great Interivew: A Recruiter’s Perspective

Picture this: you are at a job interview and things are going really well. The hiring manager leans back in her chair and asks if you have any questions. Bang! Here is your opportunity to ...

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How to Explain a Long Absence from Paid Work: A Recruiter’s Perspective

I have been working with several candidates who have been out of the regular workforce for more than a year.

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Preparing for the Behavioural Interview: A Recruiter’s Perspective

People seem to have pretty visceral feelings about behavioural interviews. I am not sure why. When you think about it, it is a pretty efficient way for a hiring manager to learn about how you ...

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Patience and Persistence – the Interview Process Today

I have heard a lot of chatter lately about interviewing and the length of the hiring process. People tell me about going for six or seven interviews and then having the whole thing blow up.

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Make Experience Relevant on your Resume

I ran into a friend this weekend. We have a really cool history together. Just over four years ago, she was a party planner. She was pretty sure that it was not the type of ...

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Stability has no place in an Interview

There has been a recurring theme in interviews this week. People are looking for jobs for the rest of their lives. “I just want somewhere I can settle in and work until retirement”.

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