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.
John, Dan, Larry and Jason sat down to do the podcast, but John didn’t have a topic. So we went around the table, everyone pitched in and we ended up discussing a variety of things that might help you hire someone or find the right person. For more tips and tricks to get the job, check out our site, GloverSearch.com
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Today John and the crew talk about the decision to make a change. A career shift isn’t something to enter into lightly, and you really need to be prepared making such a drastic decision in your life. There are a lot of oft unforeseen circumstances to consider beforehand, and we’re going to point some of them out. And have a few laughs along the way.
In today’s episode, John, Larry, Jason and Dan discuss answer the most common question they get, What’s the market like? We go on at length about the market for both employers and applicants, and have a few laughs along the way.
Every interview ends the same way. The employer asks, Do you have any questions? Most people say no, but that’s not the best answer. You want to engage the interviewer and look good doing it. So this week, John, Dan and Jason give examples of good questions to ask and how to use the answers to sell yourself.
In our introductory episode, John, Dan, Larry and Jason (the Rick Flair of headhunting, Woo!) introduce themselves and talk a little bit about who we are as a company and what direction our podcast will be taking.
Inspired by sports radio and Car Talk, expect a pretty open forum type of discussion about how we can help you find a job or fill one. We try to cover issues facing both employers and employees on matters such as resumes, interviews and the job search. Our company, Glover Staffing Solutions in Pittsburgh, has over 35 years in the recruiting industry, so we have some experience in this area and we’d like to share it with you.