Category: Interviewing Advice
Transparency – make it easy for potential employers to know that you were off work for parenting reasons. We all were brought into this world by our mom’s and employers should understand the realities of parenting.
Confidence – maintain confidence that your skills do not lose their value even though you have been out of the “paid … Read More »
CPA firms want to know about your career history. But holes in your CV don’t have to mean missing out on the job.
CPA firms obviously need skilled workers with specialized knowledge to complete accurate and professional work for countless clients. Because the work can be so specialized, recruiters at these firms are looking for CVs … Read More »
There are few things more discouraging than a phone call or email advising, “Sorry, you didn’t get the job”. It especially stings if you felt you performed well in the interview and it was for a job you really wanted.
So, what went wrong? You don’t have to wonder. In fact, we recommend you follow up … Read More »
Your cover letter and resume are great for getting your foot in the door. But once you get called in for an interview, how you conduct yourself and the answers you give are what will determine whether you get the job or not. Prepare to sell yourself well by following these 4 critical tips:
Research the … Read More »
Henry of Goldbeck Recruiting shares a few suggestions on the article “Recruiters and Hiring Managers Reveal Top Interview Tips“:
“It is often easy to not spend enough time breaking the ice with candidates, helping them relax before getting into the interview process. If the candidate relaxes and begins to speak more comfortably when answering questions, they … Read More »