Category Archives: Interview

Top 5 Valuable Tips to begin the Hiring with Social Media!

Using a disciplined approach of social media hiring can significantly expand the horizon of employers to select the potential candidates. It directly connects the employers with the high-caliber candidates. The rapidly growing social media industry has created a large pool of both, employers and candidates that are seeking out such platforms for their job growth.

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Find out why Social Media is a New Trend of Recruitment?

In this current age of fluctuating financial conditions, the recruitment strategy has turned out as e-recruitment. The focus of talent acquisition is progressively shifting from offline mode to online job boards now to social media channels. In fact, considering the global statistics of past few years the count of active fresher’s as well as experienced

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Seek Social Media for Branding

Social Media has introduced a new dimension in every field of business industry. Specifically, the HR industry has started expanding with strategic and tactical approach. The social media have finely explored for securing the best candidates for their respective organizations. It has simply increased the awareness about the branding in the society & business industry.

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Know Your Company, Before Interview!

Presently, we are living in the era of technology. No one can ignore or given any concern when the interviewer asks you what you know about the company, what’s so special about the company and similar sounding questions. Since, the interviewer expects you to have basic and specialized information about the organization. Asking the basic

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Know the Most Commonly Asked Questions in the Interview

Every interviewer has a different style and a different scenario to approach a candidate. Nevertheless, the set of certain interview questions is universal and often asked at the start or end of the interview. Sometimes, Interview becomes bold and saucy. It’s totally depending on the mood of the interviewer when he is going to fire

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Soft Skills: Need of the Hour – Part 1

“Soft skills” is quite a wider term to explain. However, it expresses the ability and capability of a person, how he/she deals with different scenarios in random conditions.  It means every person persona of somehow different persona. The same scenario goes to business industry as well, because of the varied requirements they have for their

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How to Recover from a Poor Response during an Interview

By: Debra Wheatman Debra Wheatman, CPRW, CPCC is president of Careers Done Write, a premier career-services provider focused on developing highly personalized career roadmaps for senior leaders and executives across all verticals and industries. Debra may be contacted directly at debra@careersdonewrite.com. Visit her site at: careersdonewrite.com. Follow Debra on Twitter. No matter how prepared you might be and how many mock

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Know the Right Salary Negotiation Process!

Salary negotiation is one of most important part of every professional’s career toolbox. It actually decides the financial future of the candidate. Although, negotiating for salary is not an easy task and it’s not meant for all.  Especially, when you’re searching for job on urgent basis and willing to join on immediate basis. In that

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Traditional Vs Virtual Interviews

The term “interview” is defined as the first face-to-face conversation taking place between a recruiter and candidate. This conversation is the means to assess the suitability, ability, behavior and qualification of the candidate.  The first face-to-face interview round is one of the most important phase of the entire hiring process, as it let the recruiter

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Know the right Interview Etiquette

A successful interview is not just about landing a new job; rather it’s more about your behavior skills. Knowing the right behavioral skills and interview etiquette plays a significant role in the successful completion of the interview. Everything you say, assume and present, matters a lot, starting from your dressing sense, behavior, body language, presentation

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