After you have completed an interview, whether it be via phone, virtually, or in-person, a thank you note sent to the interviewer(s) is an underestimated factor in landing a role. Thank you notes not only allow you to demonstrate what youve learned during the interview, but also to put your communication skills on display.
You have updated your resume, interviewed well, and have received an offer for a new job. Most individuals who are looking to leave their current role have a reason for seeking a new one. After you hand in your resignation to your supervisor, they might present you with a counter-offer. Here is the best way to handle a counter offer.
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!
Now that most professionals are working remotely on a daily basis if not part time, technology is playing a key impact on our successes within our remote environments. These environments now include preparing for interviews via video calls. When taking these video interviews, you want to be as prepared as possible. There is still an etiquette to follow when interviewing for these jobs and easy mistakes to be made. Here are some important tips while preparing for your remote video interview.
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