Category: Interviewing Advice
Jessica Miles came across “Recruiters and Hiring Managers Reveal Top Interview Tips and shared a few words below”:
“Build rapport with the candidate. Start by asking easy introductory questions that will get the candidate talking. Try to build off something you have in common to establish trust and common ground. The best interviews are more of … Read More »
Henry Goldbeck come across a question “ How to conduct a better interview?” and shares a few thoughts on it below:
“Study resume before hand and note down questions both related to positive subjects and to possibly negative subjects;
i.e., if there are some great achievements on the resume I would want to know how they … Read More »
Karen Epp, Senior Recruiter at Goldbeck Recruiting gives some insight for Managers on what to highlight on their resume.
1.) When someone is ready to take on a manager role, what should they highlight on their CV to catch an employers’ attention?
Show your Work progression
– Many people only show the last position they were in at … Read More »
Henry Goldbeck of Goldbeck Recruiting commented on Gwen’s article on:
“Developing Creative Interview Questions”
“I find it best to do two things in an interview. Be genuinely curious about the candidate and
what/how/why/for whom they achieved in past positions or in school. Keep asking questions until your
curiosity is satisfied. The goal is to get them talking and if you are lucky, … Read More »
Henry Goldbeck discusses how to negotiate a fair salary
– “Most companies will have a salary range and it is acceptable for the candidate to inquiry what the range is quite early in the interviewing process. They can then withdraw if the range is unacceptable.
– When inquiring initially it is better to not ask for details … Read More »