Search results for: interview

6 Qualities To Emphasize In An Interview

What to emphasize in an interview? There are so many points we want to get across. Regardless of the skills needed, you want to show an interviewer that you have those intangible traits to make you a successful in the position and the company.  What are those qualities?

Read More

INTERVIEW: 5 Questions with Kristin Graham

  A top company culture expert shares why employers need to check in before employees check out. Sally O’ Dowd Would you give up $30,000, or more, to keep working remotely? A lot of working professionals would. More than six in 10 people at large U.S. companies – 64% – would prefer to work permanently…

Read More

Post Interview Thank You Notes: A 5-Step Template

Even with online and telephone interviews, a written thank you note is still needed and expected. Writing a thank you note can be easy if you jot down a notes during the interview so you can remember some specific details about the opportunity.  Most important, make sure you get everyone’s name.

Read More

Interviewing Mistakes: Small Ones With Big Consequences

Interviewing is a hard process and first impressions can win or lose you a job. No matter how many times I counsel my candidates, they still make the same mistakes. Now, Anne Corley Baum has given us the bible of interviewing mistakes with her new book, Small Mistakes, BIG Consequences for Interviews.

Read More

Interview Advice: 7 Items To Ignore

    Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Interview advice, everyone has it.  It’s all over the internet.  But is it accurate?  Times change and what was good advice yesterday is no longer relevant.  According to PayScale, these seven items should be ignored:  Don’t wear color.  While black is the safest choice for an interview, there isn’t…

Read More

Prince Andrew – Death by Interview

Robin Cohn, Crisis/Reputation Management, Image Specialist, Author Britain’s Prince Andrew made news recently—but not in the way he expected. During a BBC interview, he was grilled about his friendship with convicted sex offender, the late Jeffrey Epstein.  The interview was a disaster and the prince has retreated from his royal duties. Here’s the thing. There are…

Read More

Facebook: 5 Ways To Prep For An Interview

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Using Facebook to prep for an interview can be a big help.  The site can help you identify company employees, company reviews and even public posts. It can be a bit complicated but here are some helpful hints to help find out more about a prospective employer:  To search for…

Read More

Bad Boss? 6 Signs To Look For During The Interview

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Have a bad boss? They can made your work life miserable. Bad bosses can be miserable to deal with or they can simply have personalities that don’t work with yours. It is essential to find out what your future boss is really like. One way to do this is to…

Read More

PR Measurement: Interview with Eileen Sheil, Cleveland Clinic

PR Measurement is fast becoming a hot topic of conversation among PR practitioners. “Measurement has to be a focus for PR.  In the digital world everyone has to start to look at the metrics to help them drive strategy.” Eileen Sheil, Executive Director of Communications at the Cleveland Clinic. This is an interview with Eileen…

Read More

JOB INTERVIEWS

JOB INTERVIEWS Jan 5, 2022 | Career Advice, Hiring Hub, Job Interviews Interview Stress: 6 Steps To Minimize Your Anxiety Aug 17, 2020 | Career Advice, Hiring Hub, Job Interviews Interviewing Mistakes: Small Ones With Big Consequences Aug 17, 2020 | Hiring Advice, Hiring Hub, Job Interviews Interviewing: 3 Tactics For An Effective Interview Jan 8, 2020 | Hiring Hub, Job Interviews Interview…

Read More