Interviewing

Interviewing: Follow Up for Success

Whenever I talk about job search, there are questions about following up after an interview. Why, when, how, how much…

‘Why?’ is easy.
When you write a thank-you note to interviewers, you have another chance to impress each interviewer you talked with. When you check in after the expected decision time frame, you remind them of […]

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HR Jobs: What Questions should You be Asking?

As you prepare to find a new Human Resources opportunity, you should be doing a lot of research on those organizations which interest you as targets.
Here are some of the questions you may want to consider which directly influence both the organization’s HR approach and your interest level. Obviously, some depend on the level […]

By |November 1st, 2009|Job Search Tips and Tactics|Comments Off on HR Jobs: What Questions should You be Asking?

Compensation – Pay, Benefits, and Your Goals

Whether you are thinking of your next job search or looking for more at your current employer, it pays to be prepared (pun intended.) First, what is important to you in your work? What are your career goals? What trade-offs and compromises are you willing to make?

Depending on your career goals, your compensation will […]

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Job Search: He Said He’d Call

OK, that sounds like a stereotypical female lament after a date. But too many folks do work themselves into an emotional response when a recruiter or hiring manager says he or she will call. Remember this is a business issue.

A. What could be the reason for no call?

Some hiring managers tell every candidate they […]

By |April 1st, 2006|Job Search Tips and Tactics|Comments Off on Job Search: He Said He’d Call