Interview

Your cover letter and resume have made a positive impression on a potential employer, and they've called you in for an interview. Now, you need to ensure the employer stays impressed with you and your potential in their organization.

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If you've never heard of a 30-60-90-day plan, you're not interviewing as well as you think you are. A 30-60-90 day plan is probably one of the most effective interview tools any professional can use, no matter their industry or job level.

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Were you laid off due to the COVID-19 crisis and are now worried about age discrimination? Or, are you concerned about keeping your job while competing against a younger generation?

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Phone interviews can be stressful. It's always a bit more difficult to wow someone without meeting face-to-face. Don't just dial-it in! Follow these simple steps to make sure you impress during your next phone interview.

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Are you ready for your virtual interview? Before you start preparing for one, don't forget: just because it's virtual, doesn't mean it's casual or "easier."

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Many employers have responded to the coronavirus pandemic by announcing hiring freezes, pay cuts, furloughs, and layoffs. What does this mean for those looking for a job? If you're unemployed, how can you navigate this crisis, and get hired?

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An exit interview is a goodbye. Once you hand over your resignation letter, this will most likely be the next step as you "exit" your company.

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As a career coach, I've been seeing the same question come up over and over again: Can the coronavirus impact your ability to get a job?

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A common interview question employers ask during job interviews is, "Why are you interested in this position?" They want to know why you want to work at their company, and the specific motivation behind why you applied for the job (not that you need a paycheck).

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