Tag Archives: Interviews

Executive Interviews: The Right Questions Can Avoid the Wrong Hire

Richard Sellers — September 28, 2017 — September 28, 2017 ashlinbpg / Pixabay Before suggesting some of the right interview questions, let’s start by discussing some of the wrong questions that lead to less successful hires. In a blog this summer, Shelly Palmer wrote: “if you ask the wrong questions, you’re going to get the … Continue reading Executive Interviews: The Right Questions Can Avoid the Wrong Hire

Strategies to Make Video Interviews a Thumping Success

Beth Worthy — September 7, 2017 Follow @gmrtranscripts — September 7, 2017 Businesses, attorneys and media professionals can derive great benefit from video based strategies while conducting interviews. As an avid follower of the digital marketing trends, you won’t be surprised about the significant ways in which video is reinventing the marketing world, especially when … Continue reading Strategies to Make Video Interviews a Thumping Success

Job Hunting in the Digital Age: Reputation, Resumes & Video Interviews [Infographic]

by Vera Reed June 5, 2016June 5, 2016 Job hunting in the digital age requires more than just a focus on resumes. Today there are many tools to help you stand out from the crowd. Keep in mind these tools can work against you if not used properly. In the same way, employers are taking … Continue reading Job Hunting in the Digital Age: Reputation, Resumes & Video Interviews [Infographic]

10 Most Bizarre Questions Ever Asked in the History of Interviews

by Tess Taylor January 10, 2016January 10, 2016 Why do recruiters do it – asking weird and outlandish interview questions? Asking ‘out there’ interview questions that seemingly have nothing to do with the company or the job at hand is starting to become the norm at some organizations. If you’ve been on the prowl for … Continue reading 10 Most Bizarre Questions Ever Asked in the History of Interviews