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Whether we like it or not, replacing employees with a new hire is an inevitable part of being in business. According to San Francisco-based recruiting software company SmartRecruiters, over half of the jobs filled between 2010 and 2020 in the
Question: How do I answer this interview question: “Tell me about yourself”? I struggle with that. Advice from Executive Job Coach Dana: I think you are in good company. Most people approach this in one of the following ways: Babble
Call me old school. As a hiring decision-maker, I didn’t care to receive mobile-based messages from a job seeker for several reasons. First, it comes across as the easy way out, like something they were doing while driving or watching
I once wrote about questions that YOU ask during an interview that sabotage your chances of winning the job. The big mistakes include asking about pay, asking about training programs, asking questions that you can easily find on the Internet,
It’s Thursday afternoon and you just finished interviewing three great job candidates for a position you’re anxious to fill. Time to get Human Resources on the phone to discuss making an offer to one candidate in particular. You hope to
Employment in the U.S. is expected to grow 10.8 percent between now and 2020, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In fact, in September alone, the U.S. economy added 248,000 jobs. That makes it a job seekers’ market, especially