Do You Know How to Answer Behavioral Interview Questions?

Interviews are stressful enough, but when you add behavioral questions to the mix it is bound to make you more nervous. Behavioral questions are based on psychology and designed to determine how you might act in a specific situation. These types of questions often start with the phrase, “Tell me about a time when.” Before… Read more »

Are You Turning Away Potential Job Candidates?

One of the biggest complaints that recruiters hear from client companies is that there just aren’t any good candidates available. The truth is, they may be turning away, or turning off, potential candidates with their application and hiring process alone. Here are some things you can do to improve your processes and attract the best… Read more »

If You Aren’t Excited About Your Cover Letter, Why Will the Hiring Manager Be?

Do you dread sending over the cover letter? You probably have the same basic template that you edit and send to every employer on your list. But, if you’re not excited about what you have to say, how can you expect a hiring manager to be interested? Instead, you need to demonstrate how you meet their… Read more »

How Can Your Company Overcome the Skills Gap?

Many organizations are concerned about the skills gap. A skills gap occurs when the requirements for a job are beyond the skills of your available pool of candidates. But experts suggest that the skills gap isn’t a matter of unskilled labor but rather a byproduct of the recession that created conditions for employers to change… Read more »