Posts Tagged: Interview Tips

Responding to Behavioral Interview Questions

Most hiring managers rely on behavioral interview questions to help them screen applicants. They give the interviewer insights into your personality, which can be important for determining cultural fit. Often, these inquiries focus on more than your skills and general work experience. Instead, they aim to dig deeper, providing valuable context regarding the reasoning behind… Read More »

Suggestions for Starting your New Job

We often talk about ideas for resume writing, interview tips, or negotiating a new position.  However, I read a very good article today by Mike Profita which offers 20 tips for when you start a new job.  These are practical and straight forward and most can be used for a variety of jobs, whether you are in shipping/receiving,… Read More »

Leaving a WOW Impression When You Interview

After being part of the staffing industry for 20 years, I have interviewed many candidates.  Because our firm fills positions in office, professional, skilled and industrial areas, I have met a variety of different people.  Each week, it is a great feeling when a “wow” candidate comes through the door and has a very good… Read More »

Career Options Inc’s Seminar on March 23rd!!

Career Options invites you to attend an upcoming, ONE hour seminar! Title: As You “Spring Ahead,” Don’t Fall Behind in Your Career Search! Date: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 Times Available: 1:30pm-2:30pm OR 5:30pm-6:30pm These small group sessions are designed to be informal and interactive. The seminar will include: • How to determine and demonstrate 2-3… Read More »

Great Interviewing Tips

Happy Monday, Today, I read a blog that offered tips on interviewing.  It was interesting because just this past week, one of our clients felt the candidate was friendly, but after commenting twice that she did not have any questions, he passed on a second interview.  He felt it didn’t show much initiative or effort… Read More »