Tag: interviewing

Summary Sunday: Job Search Tips

These job search tips will help you improve what you’re doing during your hunt for a new job. Because we all could use a little help with our job search. I love finding and sharing articles with actionable tips to help your job search. From networking to interviewing and everything in […]

Job Applicants with Disabilities: Part 2 – Requesting Reasonable Accommodation

This guest post article is written by LegalMatch.   What Can an Employer Ask Me During an Interview? Under the ADA and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, interviewers typically cannot ask you questions about your health or abilities unless it concerns the job’s essential functions. For example, if you […]

Are You Defeating ATS or is it Defeating You?

Employers today are using applicant tracking systems (ATS) more than ever before. The purpose of ATS is to help hiring managers electronically sort through large stacks of resumes and to filter out unqualified candidates. As an executive job seeker, you have to keep ATS in mind when writing resumes that […]

10 Clues to Solving Criminally Bad Interviewing!

by Pierre G. Daunic, Ph.D., CCM How are your interviewing skills? Other than gaining exposure to job marketing channels, perhaps no other part of a career search is as neglected as preparing for an interview.  Job hunts are thus often unduly prolonged, costing the job seeker time, money, and peace […]

Must Have Communication Strategies for Every Executive Job Seeker

Effective communication skills used to be added benefits for an executive job seeker, but nowadays it’s a requirement. You’re expected to have top notch communication skills, so if you’re struggling with your job search, it may be time to look into boosting that aspect. Sometimes people don’t even realize they […]

Common Interview Questions and the Answers Employers Want to Hear

From the moment you walk into an interview, a recruiter or hiring manager begins evaluating whether you are the right fit for the job. Most interviews start out with questions that you have likely heard before and that you’ve come prepared to answer. However, before you go ahead and deliver […]