Standing between you and the offer is a hard-driving recruiter who’ll decide whether you get to meet with the hiring manager. What now?
AuthorMichael ZhouPosted onApril 25, 2018 Applying for a relevant job profile and successfully completing the selection process is of greatest significance for fresh graduates from their career point of view. However, landing on a preferred job position is easier said than done because there are numerous hurdles in waiting that can disappoint people, especially fresh... Continue Reading →
You’ve just graduated from college, you’re multi-talented, and you have the education level many companies want their employees to have, but you’re still not hearing back from the companies you’ve applied to. The job search period has its way of getting people to feel pessimistic about the future. It’s hard to stay motivated when you’re... Continue Reading →
April 21, 2016 by Hannah Morgan When you are new to job search, it can seem like a complex maze of unfamiliar scenarios. Don’t let requests from a future employer surprise you. Here’s help to prepare for five things employers frequently request. As a new job seeker, your challenge is to respond to new situations adeptly and as knowledgeably as... Continue Reading →
The Muse , CONTRIBUTORA career- and lifestyle-focused magazine and community for young professional women. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Shutterstock It’s one of the most frustrating job search scenarios. You’re applying for the right roles and you have the right qualifications. You know this to be true because you’re landing one interview after the next. And... Continue Reading →
April 26, 2018 Everyone is on LinkedIn today — candidates, recruiters, companies — so it’s the perfect platform for building your professional brand. The bad news is that, with everyone on LinkedIn, it’s become difficult to stand out. Fortunately, Randstad can help. Read on for eight strategies, additional tools and secret features that... Continue Reading →
Interviewing is stressful enough. Preparing to answer typical interview questions is a good practice, but what about questions to ask the interviewer?
I see many popups regarding practices of a boss bad, or people leave bosses not jobs, and is your boss just bad or a tyrant?. I am not saying these articles do not have their place. I think we need to shine the light on bosses who do well.
So you’re sitting at your desk plugging away at the mountain of emails you have in your inbox and then all of a sudden your meeting reminder pops up: “Weekly Staff Meeting – Due in 15 minutes.” You let out an exasperated sigh and prepare yourself for an hour of mandatory staff time. Ten minutes later... Continue Reading →