One of the most important outcomes of a job interview is for both you and the employer to evaluate each other to make sure you’re both a good fit for each other culture and personality-wise. Showing the interviewer that you are genuinely interested in the position will go a long way toward landing the job. A few questions the employer is trying to answer are:
Preparing for an interview is one of the most important, and sometimes overlooked aspects in the interviewing process. iMPact’s recruiter Philip Champion shares a few insights on what job seekers should do to research a company prior to an interview.
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When working with iMPact Business Group, our recruiters will help you prepare for your interview and share relevant information about the company ...
After the job interview, whether you are still interested in the position or not, you’ll want to make it part of your interview strategy to follow up with the interviewer. Following up can give you the edge you need to get the job offer over others who interviewed for the position. But many job seekers are unsure of how and when it is appropriate to follow up. Here are a few tips:
Asking questions in an interview may not seem like a big deal, but they are. No matter what you say in the interview, or how great your credentials are, the candidate which leaves the best impression is the one remembered most.
When the interviewer asks, “do you have any questions for me?” This is the time when you can leave them feeling like you are someone who they NEED to add to their company. Here are 25 questions ...
No matter how much stressing you go through before a job interview, there may be questions you are unable to answer. Here are 4 tips on what to do when you don’t know how to answer an interview question.
Stay Calm – I know what you are thinking, “How did I miss this piece in the job description?” Do not panic, stay calm!
If you start to freak out your body will go into stress mode… your blood pressure ...