Inside secrets so you recruiters, job seekers, coaches and hiring teams thrive!
The “2021 Hiring Tips Series” launched last week so recruiters and hiring teams can improve the hiring process.
Each day I post a 30-second video giving you 3 more hiring tips covering interviewing, hiring process, and technology tips gathered from thousands of hiring teams, recruiters, and talent acquisition leaders.
This video blog gives you the first nine (9) tips in a single 90-second video. You can also find the daily posts on the Interview Mastery channels for LinkedIn, Facebook, Youtube, and Instagram. You can also find them on my personal LinkedIn profile and Instagram page.
This video gives you a secret company research technique you can use before every job interview so you impress every interviewer. The research you do before every interview is equally as important as what you do during each interview. If fact, the research is key to you being successful during each job interview.
This job search video reveals a technique I used as a corporate strategy consultant to rapidly learn about the key issues facing a corporation.
In this video, I show you the simple steps to research a company that gives you an unfair competitive advantage.
By Michael R. Neece, CEO, InterviewMastery.com
Your candidate is getting an offer from your best employer. You’ve done a great job conducting this recruiting effort, but you could still lose if your candidate does not accept the offer.
Old closing methods of intellectually weighing pros and cons have limited effectiveness. This decision is emotional and stressful for candidates, financially significant for you, and important to the employer who expects you to get a “yes.” Here are several “Tools of Influence” so you close with integrity and make more placements.
Each technique has a diagram you draw to communicate clearly. Each diagram leads to the next one. You can use each diagram individually or paired with another, depending on your candidate’s career situation and mind-set.
Learning curves is a way to evaluate when it’s a good time to change positions....