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Tagged: Interview

Here’s What Not To Say In A Job Interview

Posted on January 27, 2022

BY LEAPROS® Human Resources · Hiring · Interview

Your goal as a job candidate is to leave a lasting impression. Make sure it's the right one.

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Recruiting 101: 5 Tips for Better Interviews

Posted on February 21, 2020

BY LEAPROS® Human Resources · Interview

Recruiting experts and practitioners outlined the following simple tips to improve interview skills and technique, as well as the candidate's experience.

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‘Just Text Me:’ The New Way to Conduct Job Interviews

Posted on November 20, 2019

BY LEAPROS® Human Resources · Interview

Given that text is the most utilized data service worldwide, it is surprising that more employers have not yet capitalized on the practice.

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7 After Interview Questions to Ask an Employer

Posted on September 24, 2019

BY LEAPROS® Human Resources · Interview

When you’re preparing for a job interview, you have a lot of work to do. Although you already invested hours in the résumé and cover letter that landed you the interview, you still need to research the company, think about your appearance, plan your travel time, practice answering interview questions and more. That’s already a lot to think about, but we need to add something else to your list: Prepare questions for the interviewer.

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This Is How Early You Should Arrive For A Job Interview

Posted on May 9, 2019

BY LEAPROS® Interview

In the job interview process, you cannot control the managers you speak to, the questions they ask or which employers will call you back. But one simple move within your power can make or break your interview experience: showing up early.

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How to Describe Weaknesses in a Job Interview

Posted on March 14, 2019

BY LEAPROS® Interview

A hiring manager enters a job interview with three main questions: Can the candidate do the work? Will the candidate do the work? And will the candidate fit into the organizational culture? These "can do, will do and fit" criteria translate to "ability, attitude and affability."  No matter the format and sequence of a job interview, every question is an opportunity to communicate fit on one of these axes. Each response you give should address one or more of these key themes.

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