6 Tips for Soothing Your Pre-Interview Jitters

 

Whether you’re a politician in the limelight, a big-wig business professional, or a recent college graduate, experiencing a spike in stress or anxiety before an event is perfectly normal. So, if you’ve been suffering from a case of pre-interview jitters, don’t beat yourself up about it. However, you shouldn’t let your nerves consume you and jeopardize your candidacy. To calm the butterflies in your stomach and make a great first impression, here are 6 tips to get you ready for your next job interview.

In Career Advice, Job Seekers, Impressing a Hiring Manager, Interview Tips

Promoting Company Culture to Recruit Top Talent

 

Employers tend to get immersed in the intricacies of attracting talent, forgetting that the hiring process is not just one-sided, it’s a two-way street. Identifying quality candidates and ascertaining whether or not they align with your organization from a cultural perspective is extremely important. However, in your quest to assess if the candidate has the right blend of skills, experience, and character traits, remember that the candidate is also evaluating your company. While they divulge their work history and perform any necessary qualifying tests, you need to deliver an equal amount of value, demonstrating why they should work for your company.

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Unconventional Stunts Job Seekers Use to Get Noticed

 

Despite your eclectic work experience, impressive collection of internships, and applaudable top-tier schooling, getting noticed amidst a heaping pile of resumes is no easy feat. This is especially true for highly-coveted companies like Facebook or Google, where it would take an archaeological mission just to excavate your resume from the mound of applications. Oh, the throes of living the job seeker life. You need to customize your resume to complement each new position you apply for, perform in-depth research of your potential employer to ace your interview, and more importantly, you need to be memorable if you want to seperate yourself from the swarm of hungry competitors. 

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Conquering the First Day Back to Work After a Holiday with Ease

 

Sleeping in until noon, binge-watching hours of Netflix, and spending time with family and friends are some of the highlights of a holiday vacation. After weeks of arduous work, some much-needed time off from your daily grind is the perfect opportunity to recharge your brain. Whether your days were filled with traveling or you decided to get cozy with a good book, taking the time to reset means you'll be refreshed and ready to bring your A-game when Monday morning rolls around.

In Career Advice, Office Culture, In-House Tips & Tricks, Holiday Celebration