Apple is one of the most desired employers in the world. It's been said getting a job at an Apple store is harder than getting into Harvard. If you want to work there, you might assume you need to be total
Facebook has long allowed you to download an archive of all the data the social network has on you, and HackerNoon’s Georges Abi-Heila decided to find out exactly what company knows about its users … reports
Dear Liz, I hate job interviews. I don’t mind working. I enjoy it as long as the people are reasonably friendly and competent. I just hate the interviewing part. I wish there was a way to get a new job
In my industry, reputation management is a hot topic these days. It used to be only the C-suite needed to worry about their public persona. However, thanks to social media, now we all must consider how
• You don't have to fear difficult job-interview questions.• It's possible to re-frame the question and provide an anecdote that showcases your strengths.• Great questions to reframe include past challenges
One of the first things I noticed when I became an HR person was the incredible amount and variety of personal information job applicants often share in their job interviews. Job interviews can be scary.
If you've ever watched the rehearsal process of a play, then you know just how powerful clothes are. Even in the very early stages of a project, professional actors will come to practice in certain clothing
Hiring decisions are seldom simple or concrete. They have to do with subtle things like judgment and perspective. Sometimes job-seekers ask “Can you please give me some feedback on my interview? I didn’t
Apple is known for being one of the most challenging and exciting places to work, so it’s not surprising to learn that getting a job there is no easy task. Like Google and other big tech companies, Apple
Hiring managers know that interviews can be stressful and uncomfortable. So they usually give you the benefit of the doubt if you trip over your words or seem a little nervous. Those are forgivable offenses.
If you’re changing careers — from one industry to another, from one functional role to another, from a sabbatical or family leave to getting back to work – you will be telling employers, recruiters, and
Here's what Elon Musk, Richard Branson, and 28 other successful people ask job candidates during interviews
That's why they steer clear of these cliché queries and instead ask more meaningful ones. Many of the most successful execs have their one favorite go-to question that reveals everything they need to about
Dear Liz, I had a fantastic job interview today, and I really want the job! I wasn’t sure it would be a fit for me before the interview, because I thought the job might be too clerical. It turns out that
The problem with keyword-based resumes is that every job-seeker has figured out how to stuff his or her resume with keywords they’ve plucked from the job ad. When a recruiter conducts a search on the Applicant
There are lots of clues that a company or institution you’re interviewing with is a bad place to work. You can tell by the way the recruiter communicates with you. You can tell from the feeling you get
That places a lot of pressure on her interviewing technique. If she asks the wrong questions, she might end up with employees who don't fit well within an organization that prides itself on operating a
We are programmed to win whenever there is something to win. We’ve been taught to set goals and achieve them. When you’re job-hunting, the instinct to win the prize can take over. You can expend a lot
Let’s face it. Your LinkedIn profile is critical to career success. With 400+ million professionals, LinkedIn is used to source candidates and to evaluate people we work with or may work with. It is becoming
Dear Liz, I got laid off in mid-April and I’ve been going to outplacement classes since then but the job market has changed a lot since I job-hunted last. Everything me and my former colleagues are learning
Earlier this year, I decided to break up with my job. I was burned out from stress and long hours, and I knew it was time to find a position that was a better match. I gathered my courage and gave notice.
If you conduct a Google search on the term “job interview mistakes” you’ll find millions of search results. Everybody and their brother has advice for job-seekers, but what about the interviewer on the