Increasingly younger candidates are exhibiting some rather bizarre behaviour in job interviews that puts them instantly out of the running for getting hired. Some of the worst examples include texting, taking phone calls, and bringing parents or pets along.
Standing out in the job search can be hard. HR folks see a lot of people to fill a job. We asked hiring managers what causes a candidate to grab their attention and stay top of mind. Here's what makes them say "wow!"
According to new research by Robert Half Technology, the classic IT uniform of khakis and a polo shirt is a bad combination for a job interview. Top tech bosses weigh-in on how they want successful candidates to dress.
A survey of HR managers reveals some forehead-smacking examples of bad questions that real candidates have asked in job interviews. From asking out the interviewer to inquiring about 'nap time,' here's what not to ask.
Experts say that at least 55% of the message we communicate is delivered through our body language. Make sure that you don't lose credibility in a job interview by undermining your words with your non-verbal clues.
We've all experienced the terror of the job interview. The sweaty palms, the pounding heart, the paralyzing fear! But have you stopped to think about what it's like from the other side of the desk? Recruiters share their candidate horror stories.
Did you have an interview you thought went well, yet, you never received a phone call with a job offer afterwards? Here are some potential reasons why the interview you thought was exceptional, did not get you the job.