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Posted by sunita on October 25, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags :  | Views : 42

When you're trying to make the leap from frontline retail sales into management, what are the keys to landing a choice position? A retail resume detailing a wealth of related experience in the field? Outstanding references? A relative in charge of hiring? All these factors are important, but without a successful interview, they might all go to waste. read more

Posted by sunita on October 25, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags :  | Views : 48

Like many career advice experts, Steve Fogarty, staffing partner at Waggener Edstrom, says candidates should research a company thoroughly before an interview. Learning as much as possible about its services, products, customers and competition will give you an edge read more

Posted by sunita on October 25, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags :  | Views : 45

he initial impression you make on others is, if not indelible, certainly a huge determinant in how people will feel about you for quite some time. This judgment is only magnified at j read more

Posted by sunita on October 25, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags :  | Views : 39

Many things can happen to make you look for a lower-level job. Maybe there are few upwardly mobile opportunities in your company or geographical area. Maybe you're sick and tired of managing an office, overseeing a staff and reporting to two managers. Maybe it's just not in your nature to hold a position of power. read more

Posted by sunita on October 25, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags :  | Views : 38

The best way to ace your next interview is to make sure you’re prepared. Follow these steps to get ready.

Research the Company/Organization in Depth

Your interviewer will expect you to know quit read more

Posted by sunita on October 25, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags :  | Views : 86

All the signals indicate the job is yours: You've endured hours of interviews, and now you're standing in front of the receptionist's desk with a potential colleague, engaging in harmless banter. The topic turns to your current job, and you tell her you can't wait to bail on your psycho manager and out-of-touch CEO. read more

Posted by sunita on October 25, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 38

Whenever I meet people who routinely interview job candidates, I always ask them to tell me the worst question they were ever asked by an applicant. I’m constantly startled by what some applicants apparently believe is in their interests to ask. Here are 10 of the worst, most self-limiting questions that applicants have actually asked and the (usually unexpressed) comments of the recruiters who fielded them:
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Posted by sunita on October 25, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 36

People are happiest and most productive when they work in an environment that suits them. By the same token, companies have different personalities, so it’s important for them to hire people who fit.

Many job seekers stumble when asked in an interview to describe their ideal work environment. Remember, when you’re interviewing, you are being screened for a certain skill set and cultural fit. Here are some tips on how to formulate your answer to this job interview question:
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Posted by sunita on October 25, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 30

It’s one of the more challenging job interview questions: “What would your colleagues say about you?” Instead of fumbling around for an answer, prepare for it ahead of time and you can slam dunk this difficult personal question.

Why Ask Interview Questions Like This?

Most prospective employers ask this interview question to see if the description you give synchs up with the impression you’re making. “Some people are really good at interviewing,” says Sarah Baker Andrus, director of external relations and academic programs at CutCo in Olean, New York. “It’s a great way to measure if the person is the real deal.”
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Posted by sunita on October 25, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 30

There are many reasons you might have left your last job, and not all of them are rosy. Perhaps you worked for a toxic boss or you met obstacles on your way up the ladder. Or maybe you were just plain bored with your work.

When an interviewer asks you why you want to leave your current job, he or she wants to try to “understand your motives and gain insight as to how [you] handle work relationships,” says Duncan Mathison, author of Unlock the Hidden Job Market: 6 Steps to a Successful Search When Times are Tough. “In particular they are asking themselves, ‘Will they leave us in the lurch if they become dissatisfied?’ or ‘Is there some dirt here?’” In short, asking “Why did you leave your last job?” is one way for the interviewer to ensure you’re a person of integrity.
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