Phone screen, the common mistakes Phone screens are the great unknowns in the job interview process. I believe the phone interview is the easiest interview to prepare for and the intent of this post is provide reasons why and confidence. My goal is to change your view and potential fears of the phone interview. Most candidates fear the phone […]
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HR Executive breaks down the pros and cons between the hand written and email thank you note after the interview. Which one makes or breaks your job search?
Job Interview Insight I just had drinks with a couple of great friends / colleagues and half way through the conversation I literally burst out with a “F’me, I’m a dumbass! I wish I had recorded this conversation, this would make a great blog post!” I immediately pulled out my phone and started taking notes […]
HRNasty’s stance on the visible tattoo If you have read this blog for any time you know where I sit on the topic of the visible tattoo in the workplace. They call them job stoppers for a reason and as much as I think about getting a tattoo myself, working behind the HR kimono, I […]
Should I re-apply for the job after being declined? I receive the above question often enough that I thought it would be helpful to share it more widely. Awhile back, I received the following question via a comment from one of the posts and after answering, I emailed the reader and asked if I could share her experience […]
Why the Millennial Generation is screwed Dear Dean Vernon Warner, I am of the millennial generation and a recent graduate of your prestigious college. I just wanted to thank you because I am realizing that I have learned the greatest life lesson and I have your college experience to thank for it. I just spent […]
150 recruiters reveal what they really want to see in your resume. Resume length, how much experience and the one critical link you can not leave out.
Job Interview Mistake There are 100’s of blog posts out there on job interview mistakes. I am usually not one to join a crowded room or try to improve on what 100’s have already done, but I feel this one is important. Hopefully my insight into the minds and mentality of HOW a hiring manager […]
The phone Screen To most candidates, phone screens are the great unknowns in the job interview process and most of us consider this the hardest step in the interview process to prepare for. I disagree. I believe the phone interview is the easiest interview to prepare for and the intent of this post will shed […]
Everyday is the Championship day! As I mentioned in my last couple of posts, I took a little over a month to go fly-fishing for Steelhead in February / March. I rented a house in Forks, Washington with a great friend and photographer Brett Seng, and we fished together just about everyday. For a few […]