Employer ghosting is frustrating to say the least and not a good business practice.

I believe recruiters sometimes are inundated with applications and interviews and inevitably ghosting can happen.

I like to use post-interview follow-ups as opportunities to both thank the interviewer for their time and reiterate interest in the role, but also use the opportunity to nudge the interviewer to take action and keep yourself top of mind with them.

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Experience ghosting a lot is not helpful it’s very frustrating and a waste of my time

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Does this sound familiar? Hiring Managers often use behavioral interview questions to probe how you handle challenging workplace situations by demonstrations their combined hard and soft skills. This line of questioning also helps Managers get a better of what they can expect from you in their workplace if offered the job.

A typical behavioral question would starts with key phrases like, ‘Tell me about a time when you…” or Give me an example of... see more

Yes Lenin Pina this does sound familiar and can be a very challenging question to answer!

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First, nothing to know what the requested position consists of. Rener the preparation and complete disposition. Carry the necessary documents. Be prepared for any type of question. It is willing to learn but something related to employment is known. It is always willing to learn and grow personally and professionally. Know how to work in a team and above all security

Thanks for sharing your advice Alice Morales !

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I'm telling you the truth...

(DON'T BITE THAT DONUT, READ THIS FIRST!)

THOUGHT: Many people will fall into the category as the song says...Another one bites the dust by Queen. However, allow me to help you from being added to that list.

Ms. Marlena, let me give you my undivided attention as you speak ..xyz...!

As in the military settings, they reference a phrase called: Understanding the Commander's Intent.

Likewise, in your interview it is... see more

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Great advice Edward Alexander , thank you for sharing your interview tips!

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I'm telling you the truth....

If you want the job, you better start amazing people at your interview!

THOUGHT: Now, you can be like the 10,000+ people skipping and hopping between Job Fairs and repeated interviews looking for that needle in the haystack so-to-speak...or you can pay attention and get it right the first-time, each-time and every-time when necessary.

TAKEAWAYS: When you're at your interview you have 2 - UNDENIABLE OPPORTUNITIES... see more

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Awesome advice Edward Alexander !

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Stay calm and be comfortable with who you are, what experience you have, and have confidence in knowing, and then sharing with prospective employer, what you can bring to the workplace and the team. Remember to not come off as being too prideful and instead humble yourself for having the opportunity to have even been able to interview with an amazing foundation like the UofU. Good luck!

Thanks for sharing your advice Jess Schurman !

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Make sure you compared such as having a notebook and pen having a working smartphone that can be used for research or laptop or tablet whichever one you choose to take notes and do research with. Also, you want to come in clothes that are comfortable but something you know u would wear to not be noticed and that you look the part for the job such as long pants jeans is fine and shirt with sleeves anyone with a lot of tattoos you can cover them up... see more

Good advice Tiffany Mccall , thank you for sharing.

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Perhaps, if you had to answer one question to save your life [so-to-speak] or change your life, would you be able? The challenge is not in answering the question, rather, in how you present your answer which determines your results!

For example, let's put things in perspective... Your Honor, I only have one question for the defendant and that is...

WHY SHOULD WE HIRE YOU FOR THIS JOB?

If you can present your response in a manner to inspire... see more

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Great motivational post Edward Alexander

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