Category Archives: Interview Tips

6 secret ways employers test you during job interviews

By | 1st July, 2020

The job market is highly competitive right now in these uncertain times, and potential employers are choosing from a large pool of qualified candidates. Here are a few tricks that hiring managers may be using to secretly test you (if we ever get back to the office). 1. The coffee trick One of our client… Read More »

10 Questions You’ll Get in Your Next Accounting Interview—and How to Answer Them

By | 11th June, 2020

It’s happening! You’re finally invited to interview for that accounting role you’ve been searching for. You’re not sure what to expect, but you know you want to put your best foot forward by getting prepared and knocking this interview out of the park. You can start by reviewing the most common interview questions. But don’t… Read More »

5 THINGS RECRUITERS ARE LOOKING FOR ON YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA PROFILES BEFORE HIRING YOU.

By | 18th May, 2020

It’s no surprise that recruiters are turning to social media to scope out potential employees. Therefore, it’s essential that candidates understand what recruiters are looking for online. These elements of your profiles are making a big impression on recruiters — for good or for ill. Did you know that 93 percent of recruiters currently use… Read More »

DO THESE 7 THINGS ON LINKEDIN AND GET HIRED IN 3 MONTHS, SAYS LINKEDIN

By | 18th May, 2020

LinkedIn published an infographic outlining a study they conducted on 4,000 job seekers who were able to land a job within three months of applying by doing a few simple things on the social network. We’re here to walk you through some of those steps so, you too, can be like the cool kids —… Read More »

20 TIPS FOR GREAT JOB INTERVIEWS

By | 20th April, 2020

Need to pro your next meeting and land that open employment you’ve been looking for? Here are 20 hints to enable you to get ready. 1. Research the business and Industry. A questioner may ask how you see his organization’s situation in its industry, who the company’s rivals are, what its upper hands are, and… Read More »

9 expert-backed ways to use LinkedIn to find a job

By | 11th January, 2020

If you’re looking for a new job, LinkedIn is a good place to start your search. At least 500 million people use the network, and there are more than 10 million active job listings, Fortune magazine reported in 2017. Business Insider reached out to career experts at LinkedIn and independent LinkedIn specialists to find out… Read More »

22 Phone Interview Tips to Help You Nail the Call (and Move to the Next Round)

By | 4th April, 2019

There’s truly nothing more rewarding than getting a response from an application you sent in to your dream job asking you to hop on the phone for an interview. Not only did all your hard work—editing your resume, writing a cover letter, putting together writing samples, and filling out endless forms—pay off, but you’re finally… Read More »

20 things to never do in an interview.

By | 22nd July, 2015

No matter how impressive a cover letter or CV you carry to an interview, there could be certain last minute changes (decisions) that could change the game for you. The job could be yours, given the precautions you undertake while talking out the nuances of your hiring. We give you a list of the most… Read More »

4 Questions to Ask Yourself When Starting a New Job.

By | 21st July, 2015

This is prime time for college graduates and families of all types to relocate, often seeking or beginning new jobs in different locations. Whether you are entering the workforce for the first time or beginning a new mid-career job, this can be a summertime cocktail of great opportunity mixed with angst and a twist of… Read More »

10 Interview Questions You MUST Ask Before Accepting an Offer

By | 12th August, 2014

A job interview should be viewed as a two sided street. As a candidate, you should be interviewing the company just as much as they are interviewing you. I’ve had friends, family and colleagues all end up in the wrong job because they didn’t ask the right questions before they started. Be the candidate posing… Read More »