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Posted by sunita on September 28, 2016
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A lot of job seekers go into interviews expecting to be grilled. They prep for the typical interrogation techniques and practice their answers to all the usual interview questions. They have their talking points tucked away in the back of their minds.
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Posted by sunita on September 28, 2016
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At some point in the job search process, it happens: You have a really bad interview. Except in some instances it's not you who blows it -- it's the hiring manager.
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Posted by sunita on September 28, 2016
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No matter where an interview takes place, it is still an interview. If a potential employer decides to interview you over a meal at a restaurant, your table manners must be up to par. The following etiquette guidelines will help get you through your next dinner interview.
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Posted by sunita on September 28, 2016
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Emotional intelligence (EQ) is the ability to deal effectively with other people and their feelings as well as your own. In job hunting, a high EQ can produce a successful interview and ultimately a job offer. Unlike your intelligence quotient (IQ), which is genetically predetermined, read more

Posted by sunita on September 28, 2016
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So, when do I start?" A question like that is about as aggressive as you can get at the close of the interview. read more

Posted by sunita on September 28, 2016
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Much has been said about using your network to research companies and find out about available positions. But what about employing your connections to ace the interview? read more

Posted by sunita on September 28, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 18

Movie studios and production companies aren’t the only employers that rely on a camera to scope out potential talent. Small and large companies around the world are tapping into the power of video to streamline and personalize their interview processes.

The appeal goes beyond saving money on travel—after all, a telephone call could accomplish that. Video interviews create an opportunity to connect on a more personal level. Both parties enjoy the benefit of eye contact and being able to read each other’s body language. Your appearance and behavior help convey your disposition and level of engagement, which helps inform employers as to whether you’re a good fit for their team.
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Posted by sunita on September 28, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 17

You’re in a job interview, getting more and more excited about a particular opportunity, and the employer’s really into you, too. But there’s a knot in your stomach. You planned a vacation and it’s quickly approaching. How should you break the news? Is it bad form to bring up your vacation before you’re even offered the job?

There are a few things to keep in mind so you don’t get distracted by the PTO conversation. Yes, the conversation absolutely needs to occur, but with tactfulness and grace, there will be no need to stress.
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Posted by sunita on September 28, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 27

Job interviews are nerve-racking for even the most polished candidates and it’s all too easy to succumb to foot-in-mouth disease. Among the worst gaffes? When you can feel the wrong words leaving your lips while your inner voice is screaming, “No, no! Abort! Abort!” Fortunately, this doesn’t necessarily mean you’ve totally wrecked your chances at landing the job.

We asked experts for useful phrases to help you regain your composure and recover from a mid-interview stumble.
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Posted by sunita on September 28, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 44

A successful job interview requires confidence, thinking on your feet and quickly finding the right words to impress your audience—the same qualities that improv comedy performers need to demonstrate on stage.

And the very exercises they use to prepare can also help you make a great impression. Improv exercises can “allow the interviewee to really make a connection with the interviewer and make the interviewer feel like the interviewee really grasps onto any information that is shared,” says Rebecca Stuard, creative director of Improvolution in the New York City area.

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