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How to Answer Three of the Trickiest Interview Questions

When you embark on a job search, there are many challenges, but preparing for an interview can be downright nerve-wracking. If you are like most people, you are not accustomed to selling yourself and telling total strangers why you are great, which is basically what an interview demands. I joke to candidates that interviewing is one of those things you get better at with practice; you just hope you don’t have to practice too much!

11 Ways to Be Successful on the First Day of a New Job

Congratulations on your new job! From figuring out the office landscape to making a good first impression, the early days can be intimidating. Here are some proven tips I like to share with my candidates before day-one. They will help to calm your nerves and set you up for long-term success.

The Five Most Important Things to Know When Preparing for a Job Interview

It is a candidate’s market right now. What does that mean? You have the opportunity to go on interviews. Check out my top five suggestions for acing your next meeting.

I Just Gave Two Weeks' Notice – How Should I Handle It?

Giving your notice can be a time for excitement and anticipation of a new and challenging opportunity ahead. How you handle that transition is important, though, and will leave a lasting impression about you when you leave.

How to Handle Five Common Interview Questions

You know they’re coming. You’ve no doubt heard most of them. But, are you prepared to answer them? Your responses could be deciding factors in whether or not you get the position. Here are five common questions you’ll likely face in your next job interview and how best to handle them.

Why You Should Have a Recruiter on Your Team

Having a relationship with a respected recruiter, even if you are not actively looking for a job, can be extremely beneficial to your career.

Fired from Your Last Job? Here’s How to Address This Career Hiccup During the Interview Process

Whether it came as a surprise or was expected, being fired can be unnerving, upsetting and a blow to your confidence. It can also be intimidating to think about how you’ll address the issue during an interview. Know this - it’s okay to have been fired at one point in your career, the key is handling it properly. Here are four tips on how to address this often-difficult topic.

Five Common Resume Lies and How & Why to Avoid Them

Aside from being unethical, lying on your resume is not worth the risk. It may seem tempting to embellish your work history, degrees, or dates of employment, but it’s never a good idea.

The Recruiter’s Guide to New Year’s Resolutions

One of the more popular New Year’s resolutions is to find a better job, but simply making a resolution won’t accomplish the goal. With positive market conditions, the annual post-holiday uptick in hiring, combined with a commitment to growing your career, 2019 is a great year to turn resolutions into reality. Here are some tips to make it happen.

Office Holiday Party Dos and Don’ts

The office holiday party! No one wants to damage their careers and their reputations with the fall-out from office party don’ts. So here are a few tips to avoid embarrassing yourself, your coworkers and your company at your next holiday gathering.

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