Job interviewing

Four Reasons Sales People Fail

Four Reasons Sales People Fail

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailNot everyone is a natural salesperson. Salespeople come and go in companies because they will either sink or swim. If you love sales, are able to stay organized, believe in your product and are urgent to make... Read More »

3 Ways LinkedIn Benefits Businesses Beyond Being a Job Board

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailFacebook and YouTube may be more popular with consumers, but for businesses, LinkedIn is the favored social media platform. With 50 percent of Americans who have a college degree using LinkedIn, according to ... Read More »

How to Conduct a Behavioral Interview

How to Conduct a Behavioral Interview

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailBy Jennifer C. Zamecki Have you ever wondered, while interviewing a candidate, how will you suspend your own personal biases during the interview?  Well, if you have, you might want to read on and learn how t... Read More »

Generation Z: The Next Generation to Enter the Workforce

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailThe oldest members of Generation Z (b. 1996-2012) are now in college and beginning to enter the workforce. While they share some of the values and views of Millennials, they are also distinct in many ways. Ge... Read More »

Tips for Conducting Effective Off-Site Job Interviews

Tips for Conducting Effective Off-Site Job Interviews

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailThere are a number of reasons why employers conduct interviews away from their main office. Perhaps the company is very small and there simply is not room to hold interviews, or maybe the building is undergoi... Read More »

How to Interview and Hire Top People Each and Every Time

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailPonder for a moment the last person you hired. After you selected them, did they work out as intended? Or did they turn into somebody totally unlike what you thought when you interviewed them? The most import... Read More »