A comprehensive guide to job interviews that will help you succeed before, during and after the interview, presented by Scion.
If you really want to impress an insurance employer in a job interview, it all comes down to one thing: always be prepared.
@TalentEgg Twitter followers explain how they stay calm in the face of nerve-wracking job interviews.
Mechanical Engineering graduate Brad Menezes works at Yelp as a Product Manager.
A 2010 grad of UBC’s Sauder School of Business, Joshua Gugliotta now works in Vancouver as a Talent Resourcer for an engineering and construction firm.
Great job interview preparation tips crowd sourced from TalentEgg’s Twitter followers.
There is nothing a recruiter hates more than speaking with a dull applicant who seems as though they couldn’t care less about the opportunity.
Sending a thank you note after an interview is a great way to show your gratitude while once again highlighting what you can bring to a job.
You’ve perfected your resumé, tailored your cover letter and targeted your job search, but you aren’t receiving any calls or emails requesting interviews. Sound familiar? Here are some reasons why.
A successful interview will make or break your candidacy for a position. If you are unable to come in for an in-person interview, explain why and offer to speak on the phone.