There are many blogs written on interviewing. There’s advice on behavioral interviews, sequential interviews, competency interviews, and a myriad of other interviewing styles. But, in my opinion there are basic principles that apply to all interviewing styles and approaches that can help you on your next interview. 1. BE PREPARED. Preparation pertains not only on […]
To paraphrase Mr. Gump, an interview is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re going to get. Sure, you might have certain expectations for the interview to go a certain way, or perhaps you expect to be asked certain questions, but sometimes (read:often) life likes to throw you a curveball and mix […]
Today John and Larry field some questions from our studio audience as portrayed by Robert. Things like how to cancel an interview, what type of references to use and answering questions about termination. http://gloversearch.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/AudienceQuestions.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download
We’ve all been there. You show up for the interview five minutes early. They remember your name. Everyone’s smiling. They’re asking questions; you’re answering smoothly and professionally. Then the smiles start to fade. You keep talking, and their smiles keep slipping and slipping until they look like they’re at a funeral instead of an interview.
It’s three o’clock in the afternoon and, among the 754 (I’m exaggerating a bit) “things” you must get done ASAP in your Plant or Department, you lean back in your chair and say to yourself, “Why can’t I fill the this job opening?” Well, Mr./Ms. Busy-Busy-Lot’s-To-Do, this article is a must read. It should help […]
Even if you’re lucky enough to live close to the career hub for your industry, chances are that you are going to have to do a preliminary interview over the phone at least once. Those chances are multiplied if you’re applying for remote positions or for companies that are large enough to be using (third […]