With wardrobes and drawers full of clothes, how do you choose what to wear for an interview? Your answer may well be different for each interview that you attend, so make sure that you do your homework on your future employer. Let’s explore a few ideas.
Behavioral interview questions will be on the tip of an interviewer’s tongue for much of any job interview. Your specific role in your past accomplishments will inform them of how you might perform in the future. Answer the questions well and the job is yours.
Skype was one of the first video calling platforms to be widely used in professional communication so it’s no wonder that it may be the method of choice for your next interview. A Skype interview may share many similarities with calls on other platforms but there are a few tips that can make your experience much smoother.
With more Americans working from home than ever, Zoom interviews are the new normal in hiring. While there are many similarities with traditional interview styles, there are a few rules of Zoom interview etiquette that can ensure a more successful experience.
With more than 40 percent of all Americans working from home, it’s hardly surprising that video interviews have become the new normal in hiring. While a video interview provides certain advantages (no more getting lost on the way to the office!) it can also pose plenty of new challenges.
Interviewing is stressful. Preparation and practice are the best ways to get yourself ready for the big day. This interview guide helps you to walk into that interview with the best chance of getting a positive result.