What are the key things to avoid saying or doing in an interview?
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From Recruiter Bryan:
Do a quick search in your favorite search engine and you’ll turn up more than enough examples…
Is it really necessary to send a thank you note after the interview?
Ah yes, the thank you note. Well, do you want to separate yourself from the pack? Do you think people appreciate gratitude? Do you want to remind a recruiter or hiring manager why you are the best…View all answers »
Is it okay to ask for reimbursement for transit if it is not offered?
When interviewing for a position and not sure if there is a possible reimbursement for transit, the best way to find out is ask. It is acceptable to ask if the company will be making the travel arrangements…View all answers »
I know I’m not supposed to bash my former employer, but what if my last boss was a real jerk? What do I say if I’m asked why I left my first job so soon?
That is a tough question and a tougher situation. We have all had a boss that left us with a bad impression, but that experience doesn't need to carry over into our next job.
I have found…
What is an appropriate way to follow-up after an interview? How long should I wait to hear from them, how often should I follow-up, and what should I expect to hear?
Great question! A great way to follow up after an interview is with a nice thank you card, or via email. You do not need something extremely long but a short note thanking them for their time and letting them…View all answers »