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Category: Interviewing Advice

How to Follow-Up After You Didn’t Get the Job

Posted on March 9th, by Henry Goldbeck in Interviewing Advice, Job Search. Comments Off on How to Follow-Up After You Didn’t Get the Job

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 »

4 Crucial Steps to Prepare for an Interview

Posted on February 8th, by Henry Goldbeck in Interviewing Advice, Job Search, Resume Writing. Comments Off on 4 Crucial Steps to Prepare for an Interview

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 »

Top Interview Tips for Hiring Managers and Recruiters from Goldbeck

Posted on January 26th, by Henry Goldbeck in Interviewing Advice. Comments Off on Top Interview Tips for Hiring Managers and Recruiters from Goldbeck

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 »

Top Interview Tips Revealed by Recruiters and Hiring Managers

Posted on January 26th, by Jessica Miles in Interviewing Advice. Comments Off on Top Interview Tips Revealed by Recruiters and Hiring Managers

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 »

Conduct An Improved Interview

Posted on January 20th, by Henry Goldbeck in Interviewing Advice. Comments Off on Conduct An Improved Interview

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 »