Ready For an Unexpected Job Interview
Most job seekers wait to polish up their interview skills until they are looking for a new position. Important interview opportunities, however, can present themselves at any time.
Your Interview Environment
Most job seekers think the interview begins the moment they stand up to greet the person interviewing them. This is false. An interview is a two-way street, so your interview should begin the moment you walk through the company's door. In your haste... (More)
Make Yourself Memorable
Julie Jansen answers a question on how to make your self memorable and self stand out as a job candidate.
5 Tips For Your Exit Interview
Heather Eagar conveys 5 tips to help you confidently face an exit Interview.
Pesky Interview Questions
Carole Martin talks about those pesky interview questions that keep coming up. A lot of times, interviewers use questions that can feel intimidating or difficult to answer - fortunately Carole has some great in-sight in how to answer these questions... (More)
Prove It and Get Hired
Kevin Donlin writes "Prove It And Get Hired." Being confident when writing a resume, or sitting in an interview, is one of the biggest factors cited by HR professionals. Kevin Donlin gives some great pointers about how to show this confidence in a... (More)
Tips to a Successful Interview Follow-up
GL Hoffman reads Heather Eagar's article, "Tips to a Successful Interview Follow-up." Her 5 tips will make interviews memorable and GL's comments certainly help to re-state her important points.
Patience During the Hiring Process
Joan Lloyd talks about what to do after the interview is over. She talks about when to wait, why to wait, and when to act. Her insight is incredibly useful to help get that job offer.
Cover Up the Body Art
John Putzier, author of Weirdos in the Work Place, answers a reader's question about discrimination against tattoos and body piercing. His answer is crucial to know, even if you aren't covered with tattoos.