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Mike Corso
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"Interview Tip"

In an interview, whatever question you are asked, instead of focusing on the issue, zero in on how you identified a solution and corrected the problem. You want to show the positive impact you made and how you handled things from there. #AWU #disability #interviewtips Come and join our group Abled Workers Unite at jobcase.com/groups

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Mike Corso
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"Interview Tip"

In an interview, whatever question you are asked, instead of focusing on the issue, zero in on how you identified a solution and corrected the problem. You want to show the positive impact you made and how you handled things from there. #AWU #disability #interviewtips

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Jerilyn Brown
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A lot of us here on Jobcase have posted about the best ways to navigate an interview and answer some of the difficult questions that recruiters and hiring managers want to know the answers to because they want to know if they're investment in us as an employee will yield positive returns.

Richard McMunn of YouTube's Career Vidz channel has some terrific answers to many of the questions that are most commonly asked by interviewers, regardless of whether the nature of the role being applied for is at a Corporate level or Field position.

I really appreciated that he doesn't just tell you to "give examples of" certain things, he demonstrates how to respond. He presents himself as confident, knowledgeable about the business and the role he's applying for and is able to provide examples of how his relevant experience and skills will be a good investment for the company should they choose to hire him. He also has a vision of where he wants to be in the future and can answer the question "Where do you see yourself in five years?" with a clear explanation of how he plans to achieve that vision.

I encourage you to watch through the whole video with a pen and paper. As you listen to each answer he provides, convert it into language that fits your particular circumstance and your relevant skills and experience. Think about examples you can provide an interviewer and write those down. Then, have somebody you're comfortable with ask you those questions and practice giving your answers until they are authentic, fluid and natural. This method will work really well for those who have a tendency to struggle through video interviews as well. If you scroll down through the description you can find all 21 questions.

One thing I noticed when I recently went to a job fair to support a friend, was that many of the candidates who were able to sit down for a few moments and skillfully answer specific interview questions in that short period of time were being given opportunities on the spot for a second interview where others were not.

Feel free to pitch in if you have any great ideas for how to present effective answers. What is the one interview question you really have difficulty answering? What is your favorite interview question? Do you have any good examples of how you have answered these questions and did that help you get hired for the job? I'd love to hear from members about their interview experiences.

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#interview #hiringnews #interviewtips #resume #motivation

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Michael Carvalho
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🔍 Researching the Company: Unlocking Your Path to Success! 🔍

Hey, job seekers! 🌟 Are you ready to take your career to new heights? Before hitting that "Apply" button, let's talk about the importance of researching the company you're applying to. 📚✨

#KnowledgeIsPower #ResearchMatters #CareerSuccess #JobSeekers #CompanyResearch #PrepareForSuccess

🔎 Why is researching the company crucial? Here are a few key reasons:

1️⃣ Gain Insight: Delve into the company's mission, values, and culture to see if they align with your own. Understanding their core principles will help you determine if it's the right fit for you.

2️⃣ Tailor Your Application: Armed with knowledge about the company's products, services, and recent achievements, you can customize your application to highlight how your skills and experience align with their needs. 🎯

3️⃣ Ace the Interview: When you know the company inside out, you can ask informed questions during the interview, showcasing your genuine interest and enthusiasm. It also helps you stand out from other candidates. 🌟

4️⃣ Evaluate Growth Opportunities: Researching the company's growth trajectory, career advancement possibilities, and employee development programs will enable you to envision your future within the organization. 🚀

🔑 Tips for Effective Company Research:

✅ Visit the company's website: Explore their About Us page, read their mission statement, and browse through their product or service offerings.

✅ Check out their social media presence: Follow their social media accounts to get a sense of their brand personality, recent news, and updates.

✅ Read employee reviews: Platforms like Glassdoor provide valuable insights into the company's work culture, employee experiences, and overall satisfaction.

✅ Network with current or former employees: Reach out to people who've worked or are currently working at the company to gain firsthand information and perspectives.

Remember, knowledge is power, and thorough research will empower you to make informed decisions and position yourself as a strong candidate.

So, before you submit that job application, invest some time in researching the company. 🌐💼 Your efforts will pay off in the long run, helping you find a job that aligns with your aspirations and sets you on the path to success.

#KnowledgeIsPower #ResearchMatters #CareerSuccess #JobSeekers #CompanyResearch #PrepareForSuccess #JobApplication #InterviewTips #CareerAdvice

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Ty Adams
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If you’ve been impacted by layoffs recently or know someone who was, our team at The TJX Companies—you may know and love us as TJ Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, Homesense, and Sierra- are here to help!

We are hosting a virtual "Give Back Day" on the 24th and 25th of this month where you can meet with an specialist from our team to get tips and tricks for writing your resume, behavioral interviewing, social media branding, and /or career development. We have all been there and understand the stress that interviewing can bring with it, so our goal is to give you the confidence that you deserve.

Call to Action: Register now at: https://jobs.tjx.com/global/en/tjxinterviewtips

Please help me share this opportunity with those who are searching for a new role! We look forward to seeing you there!

TJXinterviewtips | TJX Companies #tjx #discoverdifferent #interviewtips #lovewhereyouwork #inclusionmatters #gettoknowus

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Mike Corso
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"Interview Tip" Researching a company before a job interview is a great way to prepare yourself for the interview and to show the interviewer that you are interested in the company. Here are some steps to research a company for a job interview:

Peruse the company website. Review the corporate blog. Get on social media (LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter). Identify the main competitors. Determine the company’s main differentiators. Review corporate finance. Look for ‘red flags’ on review websites. Check salary data.

These steps can help you get a better understanding of the company and its culture, which can help you prepare for the interview and answer questions more effectively. Good luck with your interview! #disability #interviewtips #togetherwecan

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Dianne Pryor
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Interested #interviewtips

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Eleana Bowman
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over 6 months ago

This can be a tough #interview question to answer! Obviously, there are tons of great (and not so great) reasons for leaving a job, but even if you feel you have a valid reason, there’s a chance your potential employer might not.

Check out our article The best 10 reasons for leaving a job to learn more!

#jobsearch #interviewtips #jobcasetips #themoreyouknow

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Caitlin Kenyon
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Some of the hardest interview questions start with the phrase, “Tell me about a time when…”

These are behavior-based interview questions and they put you on the spot to think of examples from your professional past to tell on the spot in an #interview!

Check out these 6 common behavior-based interview questions you should prepare for before your next job interview 🙌

Follow me on TikTok and Instagram (@yourstoryunwritten) and on Jobcase for more #careeradvice 💫

#interviewquestions #interviewtips #jobsearch

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Boris Kiselev
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How to answer "Why should we hire you?". Full video here #interviewtips #interviewquestion

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