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.
You should feel a frisson of excitement when it comes to a serious conversation about compensation with a potential future boss. There is a lot on the line for them, too. Here is how you manage the compensation expectations discussion like a pro.
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.
While there are always plenty of roles available at Walmart, the competition for them is fierce. How obsessed are you about outstanding customer service? This blog contains all our expert tips and advice for writing a job application for Walmart.
Job hunts are tricky at the best of times, let alone when you’re on a time crunch. If you need to find employment in record time, we’ve compiled a list of tips that will help you to find a job fast regardless of your situation.
Everyone experiences anxiety before and during an interview. That is entirely normal. The outcome simply matters too much. Having said that, if you are prone to excessive levels of anxiety at critical moments, this blog may suggest some ways to lessen the impact.
Whether you’re quickly presenting yourself to a new hiring manager, trying to speak to management about a promotion, or simply presenting a new idea, crafting the perfect elevator pitch will help you give that speech efficiently and effectively.
The toughest interview questions are those where you could say almost anything you want. A boring answer to “walk me through your resume” has the potential to kill the vibe of any interview. An exciting response may conversely mean that the job is as good as yours.