In an interview, your goal is to assure the hiring manager that you are the right person for the job. You want to show that you have the appropriate skill set, a great personality, and the drive to make things happen in your new role.
After a long interview process, you have finally received an offer from a company that wants you to join their team. All your hard work and initiative have finally paid off! Before you officially accept an offer, think about the decision you are making since it will affect your resume and career path down the line.
At one time or another, we have all been unhappy in our current job or are ready for our new adventure. How you resign from you current position can either hurt or help where you go next in your career. Most human resource professionals note that quitting unprofessionally shows your failure to think through the process and the chain of events that transpire are hard to stop. Here is how to make a graceful exit without embarrassing yourself...
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If you have ever searched for a new role, the chances are, you have had your fair share of phone interviews. Though a phone interview might seem more efficient than meeting in person, the phone can be extra challenging if you believe you make a better impression during a face- to- face conversation. Whoever you are phone interviewing with, a recruiter or human resources team member, there is plenty you can do to be prepared and feel confident before your phone begins to ring!