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Turning the Tables – Preparing Your Own Questions for an Interview

By | October 12th, 2017|Blog|

When in an interview, you are grilled about your abilities, strengths, and weaknesses. An important thing to remember when preparing for the barrage of questions, is to have a list of your own. While your [...]

Stand Out as a Candidate During the Job Search

By | March 22nd, 2017|Blog|

We all know about the traditional way of getting jobs – an employer has a need that they outline in the form of a job posting online.  If you’re a candidate, you apply, and if [...]

Words You Shouldn’t Be Using To Describe Yourself

By | April 22nd, 2015|Blog|

I recently attended an event where they asked all participants to write down one adjective to depict themselves. Some people were quick to write down something, while others turned to their neighbor to get their [...]

The Power of Asking Questions

By | April 25th, 2014|Blog|

Brad Remillard is a consultant in the recruiting industry that speaks about best hiring practices, among other topics. Part of his advice in his “You’re Not the Person I Hired” workshop relates to how to [...]