5 Tips for Following Up After an Interview

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A job interview feels like a conclusion, like a concert at the end of a long, tedious rehearsal schedule. But that’s not quite true. The interview doesn’t close off the recruitment process. Rather, you can still take steps to follow up after the meeting and improve your chances of landing the position. Can you make… Read more »

This Odd Action Could Tell You Everything You Need to Know About Your Candidate

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You spend a lot of time crafting the perfect interview questions. But as much effort and research as you put into the process, you might learn as much about a candidate from a simple response to a seemingly innocuous offer. “Do you want a glass of water?” On the surface, it seems like common courtesy…. Read more »

3 Ways Your Job Descriptions Can Scare Candidates Away

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You know that classic breakup line, “it’s not you…it’s me.” Well, in this case, it might be you. You might be the reason the right candidates don’t apply for your open positions. Specifically, your job description might be scaring people away. We know the feeling. The position has been open forever. You keep posting and… Read more »

Creative Interview Answers to “What’s Your Weakness?”

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It’s like the final boss of the job search video game: the dreaded “what’s your biggest weakness” question. It’s the kind of query that keeps you up the night before. However, it doesn’t have to be an anxiety-inducing interview-killer. There are creative ways to turn the question to your advantage. The “biggest weakness” question doesn’t… Read more »

5 Activities Your Team Can Do to Celebrate Independence Day

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Ah, summer. Longer days. A flood of vacation requests. Waiting a week for customers to respond to your emails. And the big chance to show off your patriotic spirit. Depending on your business, you might already give your employees a holiday on Independence Day. But you can go further in setting the mood. Here are… Read more »