How to Turn Down the Job After You’ve Accepted the Offer

Mostly, the current job seeker doesn’t put all of their eggs in one basket, rather they apply for many similar positions available on the market. What if, at some point of the recruitment process, you decide you are no longer interested? Should you inform the recruiter even if you didn’t receive job offer yet, or

By | October 31st, 2017|Categories: Accepting The Offer, After the Interview|0 Comments

Common – and Uncommon – Courtesy in the Hiring Process

Displaying common courtesy, having good manners, being polite, and treating others as you would like to be treated, are all ways of saying we should be nice to our fellow human beings.  Saying please and thank you goes a long way, as does holding doors open for others.  Courtesy can also mean greeting others warmly

By | September 25th, 2017|Categories: After the Interview, Before the Interview, During the Interview, Opinion|0 Comments

The Interview Isn’t Over Until You Follow-Up

You recently participated in an interview. You put your best foot forward, and you are happy with your chances of getting the job. Now you are looking for a way to solidify your position. Perhaps you are also looking for the best way to stay professional and portray yourself in a positive light so that

By | September 6th, 2017|Categories: After the Interview|0 Comments

7 Job Searching Etiquette Tips to Help You Land Your Next Job

When you’re in the market for a new job, the first steps in the process we usually think of are updating our resume and LinkedIn profile, what job board sites we’ll target, and preparing for interviews that we’ll hopefully be on soon. These are all necessary and important things to consider. But I think all

By | August 18th, 2017|Categories: After the Interview, During the Interview, Talking to Recruiters|0 Comments

Hurry Up and Wait: After the Job Interview, Now What?

It finally happened. You got called for that dream interview for that next vital step in your career. Or, maybe it is just a job, but like many people, you need the work. You complete the interview process and walk away with a great sense of accomplishment – you feel like you will have a

By | June 5th, 2017|Categories: After the Interview, Talking to Recruiters|2 Comments

How to Decline a Job Offer

This is it! The company you have applied for wants to hire you. Congratulations! This is really exciting news, and that voice in your head may scream “Go for it! Accept it now!” But maybe you have to take a few factors into consideration, or maybe you have received more attractive offer, encouraging you to

By | May 23rd, 2017|Categories: After the Interview|0 Comments

Let’s Give Feedback!

Although there has been a number of articles published on the issue, questions still remain about the proverbial elephant in the room – the lack of recruitment process feedback. Despite countless discussions, the trend still remains, and there is no easy way to solve this problem. The lack of feedback affects everyone – recruiters, HR

By | February 10th, 2017|Categories: After the Interview, Opinion|2 Comments

Everything is Negotiable – The Salary Coversation

They say that everything is negotiable.  I’m sure that we have all heard that expression at one point or another.  However, when negotiating a job offer with a new potential employer, there are many subtleties and nuances that one needs to take into consideration.  There is a very fine line between making sure you as

By | January 9th, 2017|Categories: After the Interview, Job Satisfaction|0 Comments

What It Means To Be Timely In the Recruitment Process

We all have our own inner clock regulating how fast we work, how soon we respond to emails, when we wake up and go to sleep. It dictates whether we arrive to meetings early or on time. In most cases it doesn’t make a huge difference in a workplace, as long as we are able

By | October 31st, 2016|Categories: After the Interview, Before the Interview, During the Interview|0 Comments

First Day On The Job? Shape Your Attitude!

Starting a new job can be very stressful and it doesn’t matter if this is your first or tenth employer. New place, new people and new responsibilities can feel overwhelming. Usually before you start a permanent job you face a trial period and after that time you should receive the feedback make a decision whether

By | September 30th, 2016|Categories: After the Interview|0 Comments