By Gwen Moran March 29, 2022 Over the past two years, companies and employees have had to adapt to new ways of working, ranging from shifting how they serve customers, to where employees work. But now, things are changing again. Many companies are planning to welcome employees back to the office, at least part … Continue reading How interview questions are changing in 2022
By Sunny Bonnell and Ashleigh Hansberger March 04, 2022 Ross was tired and frustrated. He’d spent six months battling Zoom fatigue, going on job interview after job interview, always hopeful and always getting the same result: “Thank you, but you’re not the right fit for us. We wish you luck in your search.” … Continue reading The old way of interviewing for jobs is dead. Here’s how to play by the new rules
By Greg Kratz—FlexJobs February 19, 2022 Contrary to belief, remote work isn’t all pajamas and coffee shops. Working remotely means working, which means getting the job done and being productive all day, every workday. As a remote-friendly employer, you know this. However, applicants may apply for the job because it’s remote, not because … Continue reading Interview questions you should be asking if the job is remote
Justin Wong October 26, 2021 When recording an interview for content it’s important to make the most out of it; ask the right questions, the right way. Each question you ask has to be well researched, well timed, and well thought out in order to get a good response from your interviewee. Here are four … Continue reading 4 Tips for Asking Good Interview Questions
Nancy Solari September 16, 2021 Whether you’re looking for a friendly receptionist or an essential vice president, finding the best people for your business can be stressful. Hiring is an investment, and you don’t want to wait a month into that person’s position only to realize that your new employee is not the right match. … Continue reading Unpacking the Interview Process – A Guide to Hiring the Best Candidate
Justin Reynolds — June 5, 2020 Research can go a long way toward helping writers craft compelling content, but subject matter expert (SME) interviews help writers take their material to the next level. Here are seven tips for ensuring that you interview subject matter experts well so you can create engaging inbound marketing content that … Continue reading 7 Tips for Mastering Subject Matter Expert Interviews
Personal Branding Blog — January 14, 2019 — January 14, 2019 First, remember that an interview is a work-related competition. The same competition onstage for the theater is called audition. People compete throughout their lifetimes. They compete for resources, such as money, time, awards, rewards, and honor. So let’s focus on the interview competition, in … Continue reading The 4 Principles of Acing an Interview
Personal Branding Blog — December 4, 2018 — December 4, 2018 There are a few basics that every person who’s preparing for or facing a job interview should know. A job interview is not an interrogation or an investigation. You are not guilty and you are not on trial. In fact, you have a great … Continue reading What Are the 4 Most Common Interview Question Types?
Personal Branding Blog — October 29, 2018 — October 29, 2018 If you go to numerous interviews and still being turned down by employers, you may be doing the below interview mistakes. Employers may not be tolerated for mistakes, especially if there are too many applicants for the same position. Therefore, avoid the below common … Continue reading Worst Interview Mistakes
Brian Devane — July 30, 2018 — July 30, 2018 alda2 / Pixabay Going for an interview for a position in your current company may seem like a breeze. You know the ins and outs of the company, you know the people and you have a proven track record that should speak for itself, right? … Continue reading How to Ace an Internal Interview?