• 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 Prepare for a Video Conference Interview When You’re Camera Shy
    Of all the different types of interviews, you might hear the video interview is the least nerve-wracking one—that is, unless you’re camera shy.
  • Interview Questions You Don’t Have to Answer
    Sometimes, interview questions are too personal, controversial, or just downright weird or offensive. Whatever the reason, you really don't want to answer—and you don’t have to. These are the interview questions you don’t have to answer.
  • 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...
  • 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.
  • The Importance of Following up on Verbal Offers in Writing
    Congratulations, you got a job offer! The hiring manager called and gave you the terms over the phone, and you accepted. But you're not done yet. The next step is to get that offer in writing. Here's why.
  • 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.
  • How to Get Recruiters to Pass Your Resume to Hiring Managers
    Recruiters can be a great way to get your foot in the door of a company where you want to work. So what are recruiters looking for when they consider passing your resume on to hiring managers?
  • 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.
  • 10 (More) Must Ask Interview Questions
    Knowing what to ask during an interview isn’t always easy, so we created a set of 10 must-ask interview questions to help recruiters assess an interviewee’s approach to decision making, working habits, and cultural fit. But 10 questions don’t leave a lot of room, so with that in mind, we created ...
  • Leading Edge: Dynamic vs. Static Teams
    It’s time to think about the creation and management of teams in a new way. It’s time to break the mold and think about how to create a new definition of what teams should look like.
  • Can I Ask My Current Boss For A Letter Of Recommendation?
    Requesting a recommendation can be a delicate conversation no matter who you choose to ask. People are busy, and it’s always a little awkward to seek praise in the form of a letter. But the situation can get especially tricky when the person you want to write your recommendation is your current b...
  • Tips to Utilize Social Media in Your Job Search/Career
    Whether you’re searching for a new job or simply looking to get ahead in your current career, social media can be an invaluable resource. Set yourself up for success with these helpful tips for utilizing social media in your job search/career.
  • How to Respond to An Unusually Low (Or High) Job Offer
    Your third job interview is winding down, and your future boss finally makes a financial offer. But the salary is much lower than you expected. Or (good problem to have) the salary is much higher than you ever dreamed. What you do next can make a huge difference in your long-term finances. Here a...
  • 10 Executives Share the Best Career Advice They’ve Ever Received
    Your career shapes a large part of your life, so it’s important to seek good advice as you create objectives or review the goals you've set for your future. We've asked ten business leaders to share the advice that most positively influenced their careers. Read More.