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Posted by sunita on October 21, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 12

Do you have an interview for an administrative job coming up? Be at the top of your game -- and emerge as the successful candidate -- by being ready to answer these common admin interview questions:

Tell me about your previous work experience as an administrative/support professional.
What were your primary responsibilities?
Tell me about a complex project you were tasked with completing under deadline.
Talk about a project that you were particularly proud of managing.
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Posted by sunita on October 21, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 11

Hiring managers and HR pros will often close out a job interview by asking an applicant if he or she has any questions themselves. This is a great opportunity to find out more about the job and the company's expectations, but you can't forget that the interviewer hasn't stopped judging YOU. Here are 5 questions that can make a bad impression on your interviewer, scuttling your chances for getting the job.

1. "When will I be promoted?:
This is one of the most common questions that applicants come up with, and it should be avoided, says Rebecca Woods, Vice President of Human Resources at Doherty Employer Services in Minneapolis. "It's inappropriate because it puts the cart before the horse." Instead of asking when the promotion will occur, Woods says a better approach is to ask what you would need to do to get a promotion.
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Posted by sunita on October 21, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 15

At the end of every job interview, the interviewer will probably ask if you have any questions. What you ask can tell them a lot about you as a candidate and whether you’d be a good fit.

Try to ask at least a few of these seven questions at any interview you have.

How do you celebrate accomplishments and achievements here? This question can help you determine whether your values match up with the company’s, says Sabrina Ali, a career counselor for under-40 professionals and executives. “If you value being told to add an extra day on to your holiday next week for a job well done, but what the culture offers are words like ‘good job’ or a team drink after work, then work is going to feel like more work.
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Posted by sunita on October 20, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 10

As you go search for a new job, you may at some point wonder what to say in an interview. Say these five things as you go through the interviewing process to give yourself the best chance at landing any new job.

“What goals are you trying to meet next quarter?”
According to Howard Pines, founder and CEO of BeamPines, “the best thing a candidate can do at an interview is ask good questions.”

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Posted by sunita on October 20, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 10

Job interviews can be stressful for everyone involved. The interviewer feels pressure to make the best hire, and the candidate can feel like they are being put under a microscope. It’s not hard to see why so many of us have horror stories of answers we botched, questions we forgot to ask, or a host of other things we’d love to do over.

In the pantheon of dumb things to say in a job interview, we all know the classics: bringing up salary right away, speaking poorly of your former employer, and the inexcusable “Excuse me while I take this call.”

Here are five more items to add to that list.
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Posted by sunita on October 20, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 10

Interviewing for a new job can be incredibly nerve wracking and it’s natural to feel nervous about it. But if you take a deep breath and focus on preparing to say the things recruiters want to hear, you’ll be fine.

Wondering what to say in a job interview? Just take these five tips from experts.

“Let me tell you about a time that I solved that problem.”

Even if an interview question could be answered with a simple “yes” or “no,” you want to be sure to say more so you highlight the value you’d bring to the organization if you’re hired for the position.
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Posted by sunita on October 20, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 8

If you’re looking for a new job, you know you’re going to have to answer some tough questions in the interview process. But did you know there are some questions that are illegal for employers to ask you?

For example, it’s illegal to ask any questions related to protected classes, says Charles A. Krugel, an HR attorney. “Protected classes typically include race, gender, nationality, religion, military status and age (40 and up). Usually, such questions are intended to identify those class members. More often than not, it's ‘loaded’ questions that are asked, or those where it's fairly obvious that the asker has a hidden agenda and the question has little to do with the job's essential duties.”

Some examples of these questions include,”I notice that you live in Brookfield, there's some nice country clubs and retirement communities there -- are you a member of any of them?” and “If you need to commute to work, how would you do that?” The first question can relate to socioeconomic status, gender, race, religion and age, Krugel says., while the second may be looking for information on socioeconomic status and race. read more

Posted by sunita on October 20, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 10

Congratulations! You’ve gotten an interview for that job you want. The next step is to ace it and get closer to getting hired. To do that, you’ll want to avoid making one -- or more -- of these five big job interview mistakes.

Criticizing a Previous Employer

Putting down the company you’re trying to leave or one you’ve worked for in the past gives off the impression you’re a negative person who can’t let go of the past. It also may make people wonder what you’d say about their company if they hire you.

Also, “it's not a good sign if you're saying really mean things about your old boss,” says Jacob Shriar, a growth manager at Officevibe. “It doesn't make you look good.” read more

Posted by sunita on October 20, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 12

Your resume didn’t fall into a black hole. You’ve been called for an interview. You picked out a nice suit to wear and you’re ready to dazzle them with your smarts. And you know it’s important to have questions for the interviewer because it shows you’re engaged and genuinely interested in the position.

The wrong questions, however, can tank even the best interview. You know better than to bring up salary, benefits or vacation early on in a discussion -- those are still commonly viewed as taboo in a first interview. But there are other, less-known pitfalls to avoid as well.

Here are five questions you should never ask in a job interview.
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Posted by sunita on October 20, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 11

“I see all the time I spent studying up on Company X’s competition was a total waste. I wanted to offer some new product suggestions in my interview, but obviously I should have focused more on determining my spirit animal!”

Have you left an interview with similar thoughts before? Most people have. Whether you are dealing with an inexperienced interviewer or a pro who’s deliberately trying to catch you off guard to see how you handle yourself, sometimes these awkward questions come out of left field. And it’s your job to deal with them.

Here are five great answers to awkward interview questions.

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