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Whether they are very interested or unsure about the opportunity to work for your company, most candidates have an impression about your company before the initial interview. Nowadays, candidates have resources, like Glassdoor, to be able to research your company before they even meet you. For this reason, it’s important to “sell” your company. Explain… Read more »

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Rehearsing your answers to basic interview questions and developing questions to ask for your interview is very important. However, doing research on the organization before the interview is your “ace in the hole.” When you do research, you gain further insight in what the company needs, so you can better articulate how you fit in… Read more »

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One of the most important interview tips and the most overlooked is to ask questions. You can follow all of the interview tips out there, but if you don’t ask questions, the interviewer may think you’re not interested. When you ask questions during an interview, it shows you have interest in the company and the… Read more »

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In the constant search for talent, don’t forget about the potential in your own organization. You might be overlooking talented individuals that are already in your company and these employees might be searching for other better-looking opportunities. Uncover the potential and motivate your employees. With these tips, you’ll not only minimize resignation letters, but you… Read more »

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You might have read several job descriptions that list “willingness to learn” as a job requirement or skill needed for a position. This is a major attribute that all employers are looking for. If you don’t have a lot of experience in your career, listing this on your resume as a skill can help. However,… Read more »

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The first minute of the interview is critical! Psychologists have revealed that half of the interviewer’s decision is decided within the first minute of an interview. You must get off to a good start. Do this by being extremely aware of your body language and nonverbals (see below). Also, use the interviewer’s name and shake their hand…. Read more »

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It’s always a good idea to prepare for an interview. Here are some commonly asked questions and prompts to help you prepare for your upcoming interview: -Tell me something about yourself. -How much experience do you have in the field that you are interviewing for? -Why are you leaving your current job? -What types of… Read more »

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Article by Charles Coy, written for HR Insights  Pundits point to a dearth of skills in today’s workforce. But there’s another budding school of thought: recruiters are looking at the wrong qualifications when assessing job candidates. The classic resume—replete with GPAs and college credentials—is a thing of the past, some talent managers argue. Instead, recruiters… Read more »

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With the economy growing and the unemployment rate slowly diminishing, finding quality people to hire is getting more difficult.  You have more important things to do than sorting through resumes. Find qualified, hard-working and dedicated individuals with our help. Here’s why you should. Find Candidates Quicker! Diversified Services has over 115,000 qualified candidates in our… Read more »