Posts Tagged: Behavorial Interviews

4 Tips to Tackle Hard Interview Questions Head On

4 Tips to Tackle Hard Interview Questions Head On Interviewing…. Just mentioning that to some people can cause anxiety or apprehension. Even though I have been with Career Options staffing firm for more than 15 years, I remember an odd interview question that I received while searching for a teaching job. “Lisa, if you could… Read More »

Expert Strategies – Making a Stress Free Career Transition

Greetings! If you or anyone you know, anticipates changing jobs in the next year, this informal seminar/Q & A format is perfect!  Join us from 5:30pm-6:30pm on October 23rd. Be sure to RSVP to president@career-options.com this week as seating is limited 🙂 Here is a link to the invite below: Expert Strategies – Career Transitions

5 Quick Tips to Recruit Top Talent for your Organization

Truly understand the key components and expectations of your job opening.  Roll up your sleeves and interview top management or ask to job shadow for a few hours to get a better understanding of the challenges and what is needed to be successful in the position. Ask behavioral types of questions and continue with follow… Read More »

Behavioral Interview Questions

Often, Career Options’ candidates ask about behavioral interview questions and whatis the purpose compared to traditional questions.   Behavioral questions go outside the traditional questions that have been asked. In the past, many employers would ask about duties, goals and accomplishments.  A lot of these were asking to relate factual information and job history.  However,… 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 »

Job Offers to Candidates

“No Thanks… I Think I will Pass on Your Job Offer.” We have all been there and it is painful.  We invest thousands of dollars in running ads, reviewing resumes, and interviewing candidates only to be turned down and have to start the entire process all over again. After 17 years in the staffing and… Read More »