One of the most common interviews today is the phone interview. In fact, more and more companies are using the phone interview to initially screen candidates, or as an alternative to the first round in-person interview. As reported on Forbes.com, Continue reading How to Nail Your Next Phone Interview
As the workplace becomes more global, many companies are recognizing the importance of hiring more diverse candidates. An American Express Open Forum article noted that in a 2012 study, sixty-three percent of senior executives believed that having diversity and inclusion Continue reading Identifying as a Diversity Hire
When it comes to job searching and interviewing, there are a lot of rules; from your cover letter and resume to accepting an interview and negotiating a salary. Depending on the company you’re interviewing with, it can be hard to determine what’s Continue reading Can You Use a Tablet in a Job Interview?
You’ve applied for a job, and gone through the interview process. Finally, you’ve heard the words you’ve been waiting for, “We’d like to make you an offer.” Now the salary negotiations begin, and being a good negotiator is not only the Continue reading Salary Negotiation 101: The Top 5 Must-Knows
According to our latest Diversity Jobs Report, over 10 million Americans are currently seeking full-time employment. Combined with factors not within your control — like timing, management and organizational changes—this statistic means the landscape for securing a good paying job is Continue reading 5 Reasons You’re Not Getting Hired
I heard someone recently say that ending affirmative action would be akin to putting your umbrella away in a rainstorm. The Supreme Court’s recent decision to uphold using race as a factor in admissions decisions reinforces the idea that while Continue reading Supreme Court Takes Middle-Of-The Road Stance Towards Affirmative Action
Hiring decisions can often be more subjective then we realize. Of course, it’s a matter of meeting the job requirements; but oftentimes it goes beyond this. When evaluating a potential candidate, interviewers, whether they know it or not, are influenced Continue reading The Subtleties of Hiring Decisions: How to Increase Your Likability Quotient?
The interview is the culmination of many hours and sometimes weeks or months of effort. This process began with developing and sending out resumes, networking with large numbers of people, applying to positions on line, working with executive recruiters and Continue reading Eight actions to prepare for an interview
By: Murray A. Mann and Rose Mary Bombela-Tobias Many companies are using telephone interviews to pre-screen applicants and narrow down the list of candidates who get invited to personal interviews. When receiving such a call, a job seeker might feel like Continue reading The Art of Successful Telephone Screening Interviews
We have provided a list of items that you might need to have or be asked for by the interview. Organizing as much of the following material and information can make the difference of remaining in consideration for the job. Continue reading Conducting a Winning Interview Checklist Part 2: Items to Consider Taking with You to the Interview