Take These to Heart: Interview Tips from a Long-Time Recruiter

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“Never be nervous when given the opportunity to market your skills and talent. It’s the only time people are genuinely interested in hearing you talk about yourself.”  – Jason Vincik – Written by Alexis Brady from her posts on LinkedIn I’ve been in the recruiting industry for nearly 10 years, and have gathered some of… Read more »

Be Your Best Self: Career Resolutions for 2019

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  We’re already in February, but it’s never too late to make resolutions – especially when it comes to your career. Improvements are always attainable if you focus on how to get where you want to be. What don’t you like about your job? What don’t you like about you at that job? Write out… Read more »

Ghosted Again? Here are Five Tips to Avoid Interview No-Shows & Keep Candidates Interested

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  “You can’t change someone who doesn’t see an issue in their actions. You can only change how you react to them.”  -Unknown You call and call, and finally speak with a candidate who sent in a great resume. You spend 15 minutes on the phone with them and it’s a great conversation. You tell… Read more »

Calm Your Nerves and Land the Job by Preparing for Interviews

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Don’t ‘wing it’ and go into your interview unprepared. Interviews are often the most pivotal point in the hiring process. Most employers don’t hire people because a bullet point on their resume says they can do something. They hire the most qualified, skillful candidate for the job AFTER an interview. How can you prove that… Read more »

Investigative Interviewing: Cut the Fluff & Find the Facts for a Strong Hire

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Reduce turnover. Hire productive employees. Find THE job for you. Do this all by asking investigative interview questions.   These things can all be accomplished during the first interview you have – find a lasting fit, learn how the candidate can bring their talents to the team immediately, and educate yourself on the company’s culture.  It’s up… Read more »