All in Interviewing

Counter Offers: Know the good and the bad

Should I go with the new employer or stay at my current employer? There is no one right answer to this question. A lot of this will be in the “it depends” category. One thing you must do is go back and assess the reason(s) that you decided to look for a new job in the first place. Will your issues be addressed by the counter offer?

Ask The Career Coach

Questions for this addition of Ask The Career Coach.

1) How can I dodge an interview question?

2) What interview questions are job candidates consistently least prepared to answer?

3) What should you say to an interviewer if your are late?

Are Thank You Notes After An Interview Necessary?

As a career coach, I look at a thank you note as one piece of your marketing package (including your resume, portfolio, etc.). You want to market yourself in a positive way to the hiring team. Your thank you note is often the last interaction people in the hiring team may have with you. I would encourage you to take advantage of the opportunity

How To Stop Sabotaging Your Job Interview

Hiring managers are looking for relevant experience, sure, but they are also looking at a candidate’s fit with the team, management, and the company culture. If any of those things feel “off” during the interview, the candidate will have a hard time convincing the hiring team that his/her skills can overcome their reservations.