Job interviews

Be the top candidate

Six ways to be the top candidate for the job

Kevin Makra| Apr 7, 2014 10:06 am


Despite some of the negative economic news swirling around, Canadian businesses are hiring now. In fact most companies are always looking for top candidates. Here’s how you can become a one of those stand-out candidates who gets chosen first.



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Blue-eyed-guy

The only job interview question that really matters (and the one question you must not say ‘no’ to)

Peter Harris| Apr 1, 2014 02:36 pm


There’s a question that you are going to be asked in every job interview that will allow you to take control of the conversation and make a powerful impression on the employer – as long as you’re ready to say ‘yes.’



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Job interview tips you never heard before

Elizabeth Bromstein| Mar 25, 2014 11:01 am


There are many rules of the job interview. Here are some lesser-known tips you might not have heard.



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100 job interview dos and don’ts

Elizabeth Bromstein| Mar 24, 2014 10:45 am


Heading to a job interview? Be prepared. Here is everything you need to know in one convenient place about what to do … and what not to do.



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Two women talking in an office

How to read people

Elizabeth Bromstein| Mar 24, 2014 10:33 am


If you want to know what someone is thinking, there are clues in the direction their feet are pointing and the size of their pupils.



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The one word that can basically ruin your credibility

The one word that can basically ruin your credibility

Peter Harris| Mar 19, 2014 11:45 am


There’s one word that you can say in a job interview that can completely undercut the believability of everything you’ve listed in your resume. Don’t let this one fairly common expression wreck your chances.



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Tips for your next job interview

34 tips for your next job interview

Elizabeth Bromstein| Mar 18, 2014 09:12 am


No limp handshakes, remember to smile, and don’t try to wing it. The most common job interview blunders are actually fairly easy to avoid. Here are the crucial pointers you need to ace your next interview.



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The trick for faking the confidence you don’t feel

Elizabeth Bromstein| Feb 20, 2014 05:43 pm


If you’re feeling nervous, not only can you fool others into believing your’re brimming with confidence, you can actually fool yourself. Here’s how.



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Interview tips for sales professionals

Job interview tips for sales professionals

Kim Hughes| Feb 19, 2014 08:39 pm


One of the many great things about a job in sales is that every transaction is a professional affirmation. So, how can you demonstrate your ability to close the deal in the most important test of all – the job interview?



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The biggest mistake in a job interview

The biggest mistake at a job interview (and the one question you will always be asked)

Peter Harris| Feb 12, 2014 02:15 pm


While there are any number of questions you might be asked and things that could go wrong at a job interview – employers say this is the number one biggest mistake that candidates make, and the question that they will ask for sure.



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