You may be familiar with some of these issues – others may surprise you because very few interviewers are willing to share honest feedback with candidates. In Part 2, Melisa talks about mistakes that sabotaged so many of my interview coaching clients before they learned how to fix them.
Have you ever felt disrespected, ignored, insulted, or even abused during the job interview process? Unfortunately, bad interview behavior is common, especially in today’s intensely competitive job market. If you have been interviewing lately, you know what I’m talking about.
Micromanagers like to think of themselves as perfectionists, but they probably aren’t.
When it comes to job interviewing, you know what you want: a sweet job offer. But it always amazes me how little time job seekers spend thinking about their interviewer’s motivations and and goals.
So, you prepared for the interview, you researched the company, and you dressed for success. You thought that the interview went well—until you found out that it was a close call, but the job went to another candidate. Here’s our quick guide for getting honest interview feedback by Pamela Skillings & Nick Orlando.
The internet has made it easier to search for a job, but harder to land a position. When you apply online, your resume joins hundreds, if not thousands, of others in an overstuffed inbox somewhere. Even if you’re a perfect fit for the job, your impressive credentials may never be seen or considered.
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