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Question Help! I need your advice for an upcoming meeting to negotiate the salary I want when being hired. Answer from Executive Job Coach Dana Manciagli Most people do not do a good job negotiating a salary increase or compensation
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. To me, the strategy came across as the easy way out, something jobseekers were doing while driving or
Question I’m terrible at interviews! I get hung up on seemingly basic questions. What are the most awkward-yet-basic questions I need to be prepared for? And can you tell me how to answer them? Answer from Executive Job Coach Dana
For those of you in finance and other technical positions, the following is the actual interview process experienced by a candidate for a finance position in a non-financial company. First phone interview This interview was with the hiring manager, who
Question I’m in my final year of my master’s degree and will be re-doing my résumé. What are the top résumé bloopers that people make? What are your suggestions to fix — or avoid — them? Answer from Executive Job
Every hiring company’s No. 1 fear is making a bad hire. It’s expensive, hurts morale, sheds a poor light on the hiring manager and much more. It’s time to share a few job interview “war stories” sent in by my