Category Archives: Job Satisfaction

4 Savvy Responses to “Why Were You Fired?” in an Interview

Tom Popomaronis October 23, 2020 When you’ve been fired from a job, facing an employment interview can be extremely nerve-wracking. After all, you don’t want to lie, but it’s also difficult to spin the termination positively, given the connotation that your behavior or performance was lacking. These responses to the infamous “Why were you fired?” … Continue reading 4 Savvy Responses to “Why Were You Fired?” in an Interview

Measuring Job Candidate Multitasking Ability to Drive Business Results

Jeff Furst — March 17, 2020 Drive Business Results by Using Multi-tasking Assessment Tests & Job Simulation in Hiring When it comes to high-pressure, high-speed environments like customer service, tech support, or contact center roles, the ability to multitask simply cannot be understated. For example, contact center representatives must navigate technology, key in data, and … Continue reading Measuring Job Candidate Multitasking Ability to Drive Business Results

5 Essential Ways to Encourage Job Satisfaction

Danny Gutknecht — November 27, 2017 Follow @dannygutknecht — November 27, 2017 Today’s workplaces cater to employees with open office spaces, staff retreats and flattening organizational hierarchies. But attempts to engage employees as more than clock punchers continue to fall short. A recent Gallup poll found more than two-thirds of employees in the U.S. are … Continue reading 5 Essential Ways to Encourage Job Satisfaction