Guest Post By: Alaina Rivas (first posted @ Inspirity.com/blog )
It takes a lot of work to get qualified job candidates in your door for an interview. But, that’s not always your toughest task. Developing interview questions that will give you the answers you need to make the best hiring decision for your business can prove to be much more difficult. But there’s no need to walk into the interview room feeling unprepared (or to walk out feeling...
Guest Post by Michael Nichols
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Over the past few weeks I have been asked a number of times – “what can I do to get more traffic to my blog”? There is no simple answer, but one of the best ways I’ve discovered for generating traffic is to conduct an interview with an expert in your subject area.
In fact, I have garnered record comments and views on posts featuring an expert interview or book review...
Guest Post by Matt Monge
Most interviews are pretty boring, so it stands to reason that most interview questions are also boring. There are certainly exceptions, of course, but by and large interview questions are some of the most predictable and inane questions we ever ask other humans. Seriously, you’d almost have to be an idiot not to answer some of these brain-busters correctly:
Are you a team player? What are they going to say? No?
Tell us about your attitude. If they’re dumb enough to say they have an awful attitude, hate people, and occasionally kick cute...