A typical job search is fraught with headaches from anticipation and frustrations. So, if you’ve been laid off, or have been unemployed for some time now, the job search process can feel overwhelming and even downright brutal, especially if you’ve been at it for months and haven’t had any breakthroughs. But what if somebody could
There are many different reasons why an interview turns bad. Sometimes, it has to do with the employer not taking your seriously and/or simply ignoring you entirely. While there are other situations where the blame falls on your shoulders due to a lack of preparation. This is why it’s essential to prepare well and make
Take a keen look at the latest trends in the business world and you will realize that remote work is here to stay. Global giants such as Facebook, Square, Twitter, and Microsoft are setting the trend and many other companies are following. In this new model of working, distributed teams could operate 100% virtually and
Job interviews often cause stress and anxiety to the interviewer. Currently, companies are adapting to the unavoidable changes, and many of them are having interviews on computer screens. This is as well stressful – a few tech issues, commotions from family members unaware of what’s happening and the confusion arising not knowing who should speak,
Planning to hire new employees this year? Here are a few tips to improve the chances of finding the right candidates.
If you would like to land your dream job in good economic times or bad, here are 6 essential tips that are guaranteed to help: Try a Sales Technique You should be ready during your first interview or phone interview to make a “60-second sell”, which is a 4- to 5-sentence summary of your biography
The questions below revolve around the most important information all hiring managers want to know about you or any candidate. The questions are generally about; who you are, what you are good at, why you are a good fit for the job, and so on. However, you may not really be asked exactly in these
With the current state of the economy, hiring the best employees is a make or break decision for your company. You can’t afford to lose money or time for a bad hire. Choosing the wrong employees for your job might cost, you at most, US$50,000 according to Forbes. Finding, interviewing, engaging and training new employees
Most people have a hard time writing a good resumé. If you are looking for a job, you need a fancy resumé to get hired. Here are some of the best tips to make your resumé stand out. Focus On The Future Make sure your resumé is focused on the future and not the past.