Last week I had the best interview of my life. After the interview was over they brought me in to HR for an orientation packet, they photo copied my id and I was asked where I was salary wise. Before I finished the packet, the HR person had to go and said to bring it home with me. The person I interviewed with, said everything would be alright and to give her a call on Wednesday. Again, the HR person said don't worry nothing is wrong, I am... see more

Yes Kathryn I can relate exactly 2 your situation as I have had exactly and I say exaclty the same informed bad... see more

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If you think you nailed that interview or the recruiter said, Keep in touch, don't just sit and wait for the phone to ring with a job offer. Instead, be proactive. There are things you should do after a job interview that can increase the odds of getting a second interview or landing a job offer.

Learn the best way to follow up after a job interview. Following-up after a job interview is one of the smartest things you can do to help get you... see more

Thank you for this video. I was always unsure of following up after the interview. I appreciate you’re ideas and... see more

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Last week I had the best interview of my life. After the interview was over they brought me in to HR for an orientation packet, they photo copied my id and I was asked where I was salary wise. Before I finished the packet, the HR person had to go and said to bring it home with me. The person I interviewed with, said everything would be alright and to give her a call on Wednesday. Again, the HR person said don't worry nothing is wrong, I am... see more

It sounds like you got the job

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It’s been a little over 3 months since leaving my previous employer. I left for various reasons, primarily because I refuse to work in a verbally abusive atmosphere where I had been threatened and accosted by another coworker (for which there was no recourse because HR was non existent). I have submitted applications EVERY single day and not gotten a single response. Not even an automated email saying they’ve decided to move forward with other... see more

Its not your fault it's these rink a dink employers they have no professionalism anymore. Their to busy with their... see more

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I left my job last month after my GM screwed me out of $1600 in commissions in ONE day. I had some capital saved up to last a few months. I've applied at multiple jobs and had a few interviews that didnt go anywhere. I'm switching career fields, so I understand. I've been in leadership positions in almost EVERY job I've had. So, when I interviewed today for a night super spot (local manufacturing plant that pays decent) I was pretty excited... see more

First of all, WHO was the one who offered you the night super to begin with? And what authority did the ops super... see more

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I don’t care that I’m 68 years old…..I'm like a fine wine! I get BETTER with age!! I believe I was facing age discrimination in my job search for the last year or so until I realized that I was half the problem!

I wasn’t staying positive and coming to interviews prepared to show them that I am just as able to complete the job as someone half my age. One tip I do have that I would like to share with you all is to UPDATE YOUR RESUME!

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Such important advice to share! Thanks so much for sharing your success story Maggie Ferguson !

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I applied at this hospital 31 times and have not gotten one of the position that i applied for. I know I am qualified for everyone of them i put in for maybe over qualified. but what really frustrate me the most they do not even have the courtesy to let me know why I was not chosen for the job. I even went to there job fair and I was told I had the qualification they was looking for and someone would be calling me and I still have not heard... see more

I think that I would give up on applying to this hospital at this point. If you're in the health field, there are... see more

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I went on an interview on Thursday. The HR person ask me to copy the job application and bring it when I met with her. Ok done,on time. She came out called me by the wrong name. Once in her office another person took part in the interview. They both complained about all the people they interviewed. I had completed my company research. I ask them a standard question which took them both minutes to answer. I thought it was simply a waste of my... see more

I went on one Monday, and it was pretty bad. Not through this site, but of my own endeavors. I drove 55 minutes... see more

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Gina Hendrix
It is sad when a company puts their trust in hiring with a person who is horrible at their job

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Hello. I'm new to Jobcase and wanted to try to widen my network and get help with possible employment. I have an HR degree but have been out of the workforce for 5 years for personal obligations. Any advice or assistance would be appreciated.

Hi CHRISTINA SAUCEDO-MIKES ! Welcome to the community, we're SO happy that you're here :)

I recommend a few... see more

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Elyssa Duncan thanks for this! Going to make sure I have all 5 taken care of.

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I am an Industrial/labour relations and human resource management specialist.

Hi Dawodu Adeyemi ,

Thank you for posting in the Jobcase community

Unfortunately an employer might miss this... see more

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I'd like to know why Human Resource people interview you for one position, then, to offer, play bait & switch and offer you a position you never interviewed for. Something...less than ( Hours, Pay, etc.) This Is Wrong!!!

Hi Susan Sagel

I'm sorry you had to deal with this! Unfortunately, this kind of thing happens more often than you... see more

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