You might have had plenty of experience with interviewing, but even the best can blow an interview with the smallest mistake. If you don’t do proper research and put in the time before the interview, your unpreparedness could easily make the wrong impression. The following are 6 areas you should research before your interview
Hiring managers rarely have the time or resources to look at each résumé closely, and they typically spend about six seconds on their initial fit/no fit decision. If you want to pass that test, you need to have some solid qualifications — and the perfect resume to highlight them.
You’ve done it! Applied for the position, went through your phone screening, & now it’s time for your in person interview. The next 15-30 minutes will make or break your opportunity of employment! No need to stress we’ve compiled a list of Do’s & Don’ts Of An Interview.
Job hunting can be a stressful and emotional process. You’ve put a ton of time and effort into sorting through job listings, tailoring and perfecting your resume for each position, filling out application forms, and following up with hiring managers.
Employee recognition has, and always will, matter. It boosts morale and helps to motivate and engage your employees. As a result, employees show more loyalty and dedication to their jobs.
You’ve been out of the workforce for some time, and now you want to get back in the game. Whether you were raising a family, decided to go back to school, were dealing with an illness or caring for an ill family member, or were pursuing other goals—reentering the workplace can be a daunting task.