Using resources like LinkedIn and Glassdoor, candidates can easily break through your carefully crafted behavioral interview questions; before you know it you’ve got a Controller who can’t figure out the balance sheet. Kris Dunn recently wrote a post on how candidates can beat … [Read more...] about Helping Your Hiring Manager See Past the Friendly Face
People are inherently judgy. You. Me. Everybody. When we have a lack of information we get even judgier. I’m particularly guilty of that. I’ve been doing some home repair and seriously questioning the sanity of the people who used to live in my house. If I ever met them in … [Read more...] about To Get The Job You May Need to Spin A Little
Since I started working from home I am in love with video conferencing. Typically I use it for meetings but recently I decided to use it for interviewing because I wanted to gauge how comfortable candidates are with the technology and to see if it was any better than the … [Read more...] about Video Interview Do’s and Dont’s
I read an article this week about the personal failure of a former TV writer. After working 12 hour days on TV shows like Roseanne, he took some time off to reconnect with his family and made some bad financial decisions that resulted in losing his house and becoming homeless. … [Read more...] about Have You Failed?
Today's post is courtesy of Tim Baker from Markham Ontario, I "met" him on the Twitters and found that he always has something interesting and challenging to add to the conversations. Make sure you connect with him. Thanks for the post Tim! Recently, during a Twitter … [Read more...] about Don’t Get Lost in Transition