Practice makes perfect, particularly when it comes to the job interview. Nobody wants their responses to sound canned during an interview, but they also don’t want to fumble over questions, which is why career experts say it’s important to rehearse ahead of time.
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With the UK’s unemployment rate rising slightly to 7.8%, securing a new job can still feel incredibly challenging. For any UK job seeker lucky enough to land an interview, Glassdoor is revealing our list of 25 Tough Interview Questions – UK Edition to help prepare them for any interview at any company.
With the job market on the mend, companies can’t afford to drag their feet when it comes to hiring for sought-after skills. Nobody wants to be rushed into making the wrong hiring decision, but they also can’t risk losing the right talent simply because they took too long to make an offer. Read on for ways to balance speed with precision when it comes to hiring.
Hiring the wrong job candidate can cost a company serious money, which is why it’s all too common to make job seekers go through a multi-phase interview process. It may seem cumbersome or downright annoying to the candidate going through it, but career experts say it’s necessary in today’s job market.
When you’re preparing for a job interview, many things go through your mind. Most of them involve what you need to say and the questions you’ll need to answer. However, it’s important not to forget to prepare all of the items you’ll need to bring with you. Here are eight items to bring to every job interview.
In a survey out today from Glassdoor, 89% of employees who admit they’ll look for a new job in the next year say their mobile device is an important tool and resource for their job search. Highlights from the survey are captured in a new infographic that explores mobile job seeker behavior today and expectations for the future.
Job interviews are tough no matter what questions the interviewer asks, but interview questions like these can certainly throw job seekers for a loop. Find out how to answer some truly oddball interview questions.
No one wants to spend two hours in a job interview with wet feet. This time of year, snow or rain could dampen your footsteps as you head into an important career conversation (especially if you live in a region where it snows!). Read on for tips on the best boots to wear in a job interview.
Not sure what to expect in an interview? To help you prepare for tough and sometimes wacky interview questions, Glassdoor has combed tens of thousands of interview questions shared by job candidates over the past year to compile its list of the Top 25 Oddball Interview Questions for 2013.
Think you know how to answer some of the most bizarre interview questions? Check this video of real employees trying to answer some of Glassdoor’s Top 25 Oddball Interview Questions for 2013.