Recently, we wrote about Virtual Hiring and Onboarding. Now, we offer additional valuable interview tips, both for digital/phone and in-person. As the economy re-opens.
Two Videos on Successful Interviews
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More Sources of Valuable Interview Tips
To provide readers with further interviewing advice, we offer these sources. Click the links for more information from the sources:
“Whether you’re an old hand with years of traditional interviewing experience, or this is your first time on the job market, video interviews don’t have to be a stressor. Yes, there are distinct nuances to understand. But with some practice and the right mindset, you can put yourself in a position to shine as easily as you would in a face-to-face interview. Here are eight video interviewing tips that will help you advance to the next round.”
“8 Phone Interview Tips. (1) Take it as seriously as an in person interview. (2) Focus and cut out all distractions. (3) Do some research before the interview. (4) Listen and don’t dominate the conversation. (5) Prepare your own ‘cheat sheet’. (6) Slow down and take your time. (7) Be ready for common phone interview questions. (8) Send a thank you email. See for our instructions on each tip!”
“Review the top 50 popular interview questions asked by employers, as well as the sample answers for each question on the list. Click through to the Best Answers links to get tips on what information you should include in your response – as well as what details to leave out. You can expect to hear at least one – and likely more – of these questions during your next job interview.”
“Want to ace your next interview and land that open job you’ve been seeking? Here are 20 tips to help you prepare.”
“To help you get prepared, we compiled a list of our all-time best pre-interview tips. From strategizing about how to tackle the toughest questions to packing your briefcase, we’ve got you covered—with 30 ways to make sure you bring your A-game.”
Even the smartest and most qualified job seekers need to prepare for their job interview. Why, you ask? Interview skills are learned, and there are no second chances to make a great first impression. These 10 interview tips will teach you how to answer interview questions and convince the hiring manager that you are the one for the job.
“By reading this job interview preparation article, you’ll understand: How to prepare for a job interview in the most effective way possible. Dozens of good interview tips that will allow you to feel confident and poised. Important interview rules and things to know before an interview. How to do well in an interview so that you get that job offer.”