Tips for Having a Great Virtual or Phone Interview

by Guest Author, Miles Oliver One of the side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic is that it forced many companies to either close their doors or transition to a remote workforce. What started as a temporary solution has proven successful, and now many companies are sticking with the remote model. This is good news for…

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How to Research a Manager Before a Job Interview

by Guest Author, Leslie Stevens-Huffman Studies show that a competent boss is linked to higher employee job satisfaction, success, promotions and work-life balance. Yet many job seekers don’t see the job interview process as a prime opportunity to evaluate whether a prospective manager is right for them. Unless you scope out the manager beforehand, you may miss…

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Job Interview Mistakes for Extroverts

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When it comes to job interviews, you might assume that extroverts have it easy. In fact, if you do much Googling on the topics of introverts, extroverts, and job interviews, there’s a lot of advice on ways in which you can make yourself appear to be more extroverted. Don’t buy this too readily. As it…

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Recovering from Interview Mistakes

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Recovering from interview mistakes is easier than you might think, but avoiding blunders altogether is best. Still, fumbling an interview question is a mistake anyone can make. Here are some common blunders and how to to regain your footing after you make them. An Example of an Interview Answer Gone Bad An interviewer lobs an unexpected…

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