Sending a thank-you note in the mail is a way to stand out after a job interview or informational interview.
Confidence in a job interview is only possible with preparation. Review and rehearse your answers to these 14 questions before your next interview.
Picture yourself at a job interview. You might be seated across from a hiring manager in a boardroom, or sitting with your potential new boss in their office. You’re wearing your favourite interview-appropriate outfit. You’ve prepared for the interview based on tips from recruiters. You answer the interviewer’s questions and clearly, concisely and convincingly share... Continue Reading →
If you have a job interview coming up, you probably want to make the most of your face time with the company. Whether you’re working with a third-party recruiter or an in-house hiring manager, these nine tips from recruiters, compiled in a video by Buzzfeed, can help you prepare for your interview. Scroll down to... Continue Reading →
No matter what women have on their resume or how well they do in a job interview, chances are they won’t get paid the same as their male counterparts when they get the job. In Canada, a woman earns 74 cents for each $1 earned by a man. If you think that there are extenuating... Continue Reading →
A resume can get your foot in the door when you’re looking for a job. But, oftentimes hiring managers want a new hire to fulfill criteria that can’t be expressed on paper. Why? These traits will help hiring managers ensure that the candidate will benefit the organization in ways that go beyond just fulfilling their... Continue Reading →
I love the tips that Stacy London and Clinton Kelly from What Not to Wear share for dressing for a job interview, whether you're just entering the workforce or looking for a new job. For example, they suggest starting with a neutral suit look, and then adding other prices that show your personality to more... Continue Reading →