Do we allow our first impressions to always impact our decisions for who is ultimately the best person for the position? No. At least, we like to think we don’t.
Whether your interview is with HR or a hiring manager, it’s your chance to make an impression, get into detail about your experience, and ask questions.
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Let me make this crystal clear, a hiring manager can and absolutely will pass on your candidacy due to a lack of a thank you note. When interviewing, send one out, and make it a great one.
Exploratory should be the first step of the interview process. Your initial note may spark candidate curiosity, but the exploratory call is a way to grab their attention.
Here are four interviewing mistakes hiring managers should avoid in order to have more productive interviews and land their top candidate.
The third installment of my interview tips series provides you with advice on how to follow up after your interview to ensure a call back.
These five interview tips will ensure you can walk into an interview prepared for anything.
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