Why negotiating multiple job offers is a good thing There are a couple of common themes we see over and over when we work with job seekers. Most candidates avoid putting themselves in a situation where they are comparing multiple job offers. Candidates will interview with multiple companies all the time. When we see one … Continue reading Why you should pursue multiple offers, even when you don’t want the job
How to beat the Applicant Tracking System in your job search and why you need more than one resume
Is your resume a customized match for the job description? Have you applied to a number of job openings and not received any responses from the hiring companies? If so, our experience shows that the resume is not conveying a convincing match. You may be truly qualified for the job, but if the hiring manager … Continue reading I keep applying to jobs and never hear a response! How to trigger the call back.
How many chances do you have to make a good first impression? We have all heard the saying, "You don't get a second chance to make a first impression". This is especially true when it comes to your job search. Right or it is wrong, and mostly wrong, many hiring managers make their hiring decision … Continue reading Why there are multiple first impressions in a job interview.
Is the thank you card the way to go? Email or handwritten note? Last week we blogged about whether or not you should send a thank you note after a job interview. You can read about the effect a well-written thank you note can have here. Just as importantly, you can read about the impression candidates … Continue reading Thank you email or hand written note? A recruiter explains which one is more effective