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The Top 12 Happiness Factors for Employees

The Top 12 Happiness Factors for Employees May 23, 2014 by Andy LaCivita  Reposted by Melinda O’Neil Interviewing would be a lot more effective for the job seeker and employer is they simply sat down, handed each other their list of demands, and then exchanged, “Can you please tell me how you satisfy these?” If […]

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How To Ace The “Greatest Weakness” Interview Question

How To Ace The “Greatest Weakness” Interview Question By   Christian  Larkins For the complete article – How To Ace The “Greatest Weakness” Interview Question please visit http://financenk.com/?p=6732 Why do employers always ask the “greatest weakness” interview question? It seems like they are trying to throw you off. I mean, you rehearse the answer to every […]

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What Interviewers Wish They Could Tell Every Job Candidate

What Interviewers Wish They Could Tell Every Job Candidate By:  Jeff Haden – Ghostwriter, Speaker, Inc. Magazine Columnist https://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20130916121134-20017018-what-interviewers-wish-they-could-tell-every-job-candidate In the best interviews, job candidates say a lot and interviewers very little – after all, the interview is about the candidate, not the interviewer. But there are a few things interviewers would like to tell […]

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Questions you should be prepared ask during an interview

Questions you should be prepared ask during an interview — by James Caan. My partner Melinda always covers questions you should be prepared to ask during an interview.   Almost always near the end of the interview, the interviewer  asks, “Are there any questions?” or something to that effect. The worst answer for this question is “No”! […]

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