Recently I sat down with TxMQ's head recruiter and asked for his insight on a few burning questions. 1. How does he find qualified candidates for requested positions? 2. What tips can he offer job seekers about their resumes? 3. How does he help candidates through the interview process. Read the blog to see what he has to say.
Phone interviews are one of the most difficult interviews to do well at because there is no way to read the visual body language of your interviewer. However, many employers are using them to pre-qualify candidates before they bring them into the office to meet with them face to face. Here are some tips to help you excel at your next phone interview.
For most of us, this goes without saying. When you leave a company, either voluntarily or you by getting laid off, it’s best to keep your true feelings about your boss and co-workers to yourself. Of course it’s a blow to your ego to be let go, but the real test of your strength is how you handle the aftermath. Our gut reaction, naturally, is to lash out. We all want to go out and defend ourselves, displace blame from our shoulders and out it squarely on the other guy. But it’s better to sit back and consider how this will affect you in your professional future.
It's Election Day 2010 and you need to get out and vote. It's not your right to complain if you don't get yourself to the polls. You have the say, so get out and say it!