Posts in Recruiting
Refuse to be Stumped: Interview Questions to Prep For

I polled my Instagram followers the other day on what is going to help you prepare for all those interviews you are going to rock in 2018. You guys want the lowdown on which interview questions to prepare for, so I'll hook you all the way up with the 411 on a few of the classic stumpers. Here’s the deal: At the end of the day, the main component of an interview is if you mesh well with the person who interviews you. Sometimes, that person is having a bad day and there's nothing you can say that will make them like you (keeping it very real with you guys).

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To Whom It May Concern — How to Make Your Email Stand Out

It's now 2018. You've decided that you want to start your job search. Your resume is updated, you have found some jobs that interest you, and you're ready to rock and roll and start applying. Or are you?

You can easily start rapid firing your resume to all the different online portals, in hopes that you won't just be another candidate in the sea of 10,000; or you can get creative and figure out how to stand out amongst the crowd.

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The Loyal Employee

The moment has arrived where you have finally decided to begin your job search after many years at the same company. The process can be extremely daunting, especially when you haven’t updated your resume or your Linkedin. (Do people still wear suits to interviews? Are you even sure you want to leave? Your company has been so good to you.

You are a Loyal Employee.

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The Awkward Networker

Being in recruitment for many years, you are trained to network from day one. Recruiters are salespeople in the way that they are selling a brand, a company, and a lifestyle. Be that as it may, I am just going to call networking what it is. A pain in the butt.

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