• What to Do if You Encounter an Illegal Interview Question
    You’re acing the job interview. You’ve been personable, you’ve laid out your qualifications deftly, and you even made the recruiter laugh with a well-timed joke. Things are going incredibly well until the recruiter asks you a question that feels…off. To help you with future interviews, let’s disc...
  • Top 5 Interview Resources of 2018
    Job interviews can be some of the most intimidating aspects of the job search. Here's our roundup of the most popular interview resources of 2018 to help get you over this hurdle and into an amazing new job opportunity.
  • What to Do If You’ve Been Treated Unfairly During a Job Interview
    Some job interviews go well, and others fall flat. Sometimes it's because the job isn't a good fit, or your nerves took over when you were talking. But in other cases, an interview may go awry for a very different reason: the interviewer treated you unfairly. If this is the case, do you have any ...
  • How to Pivot When Asked an Uncomfortable Question in an Interview
    Interviews can be awkward enough without having uncomfortable questions thrown into the mix. While there are some interview questions you flat out do not have to answer, what do you do when a query is simply, well, not to your liking?
  • How to Spot a Bad Boss During the Interview Process
    To ensure a good match between you and the job you're applying for, you also need to be on the lookout for one more thing: signs of a bad supervisor. Keep your eyes open for the following red flags to spot a bad boss during the interview process.
  • You Should Know These 6 Things Before Your Job Interview
    There’s much to research and prepare for before any interview. Unfortunately, in a candidate’s desire to find a job, they’ll often snatch up any interview offered and try to rush the process through to the goal. Here are six things you should know before your interview and why.
  • 3 Times Candidates Have Walked Out of Job Interviews (And What They Did Next)
    When a job interview devolves from awkward to disastrous, sometimes the best thing to do is walk out. You know you don’t want to work at a company where employees are harassed or made to feel like they’re unimportant. Here are incidents that prompted three job candidates to cut an interview short...
  • 5 Important Prescreening Questions
    Candidate screening gives you the opportunity to see how applicants present themselves on the phone, as well as set expectations for the position. Here are five important questions to ask every candidate you prescreen.
  • How to Answer: What Is Your Greatest Weakness?
    Some interview questions seem custom-made to trip you up. They interrupt your flow, feel invasive, or don’t speak toward your skills and abilities. Some of these questions are illegal, but this isn’t one of those. “What is your greatest weakness?” is just…awkward. Here's how best to answer,
  • Answer, Negotiate, And Potentially Avoid Dreaded Salary Questions
    "What is your desired salary?" Having trouble answering interview questions about your potential salary? We’ve got you covered.
  • What to Do When a Recruiter Asks About Your Current Salary
    Salary questions are perhaps the most dreaded type of interview questions—and none quite so much as “What is your current salary?” So what should you do when you encounter this question? Find out.
  • What Message Are You Sending Your Candidates?
    Today's companies need to keep in mind the messages they send might not be the only information job seekers see. Candidates today have access to far more information than in the past. If your company isn't living up to its chosen image, chances are candidates will find out.
  • The Right Questions to Ask When Getting to Know Your Coworkers
    Chances are if you're starting a new job you probably want to make a good impression on your new coworkers. Here are some questions you can ask them right off the bat.
  • How Do You Decide Between Two Equally Qualified Candidates?
    You were hoping for one close-to-perfect candidate to fill the position. But now you find yourself in the enviable, yet stressful, spot of having two candidates who are ideally suited for the job. While every situation is different, here is some advice that will help you select between two equall...