Recruiter Tips



#111: Be Open to Suggestions and Coaching
As a job seeker, be open to suggestions and coaching to help you in your career journey. When interviewing, it is always important to be ... 
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#110: Update Your Resume to Mirror the Job Description
When applying for a job, study the job description and any available information you have on the position. Does your resume mirror the words and ... 
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#109: Consider your LinkedIn Profile a First Impression
Consider your LinkedIn profile as a first impression. When designing or editing, always make sure it is free of spelling and punctuation errors. If you ... 
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#108: Do Not Speak Negatively of Previous Employers
When interviewing, it is always better to talk about what you gained from an experience rather than speak negatively of a past employer of colleagues. ... 
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#107: Trust Your Recruiter
Once you are in the process of working with the recruiter and interviewing with the client employer, don't contact the employer directly. Trust your recruiter ... 
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#106: Serve as a Resource to Recruiters After You Have the Job
One of the best ways to ensure a productive relationship with recruiters long into your career is to help them out by recommending top-performing friends ... 
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#105: How to Let the Interviewer Know If You’ve Been Laid Off or Fired
Don't lie if you were laid off or your job was terminated. The truth will come out, and if you secure the position, you future ... 
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#104: Arrive early (but not too early)
Arrive for your interview 5-10 minutes early. Everyone has their watch set differently, and a 5-minute cushion is a good idea. Some interviewers are time-sensitive ... 
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#103: Make a Strong Introduction
When interview, introduce yourself with a smile, a handshake that matches the firmness of the hirer's, and a relaxed and self-assured demeanor. Greet others on ... 
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#102: Put Thought into Your Appearance
First impressions matter. If appropriate, ask ahead of time about what to wear. The safe bet is to dress professionally, paying attention to grooming, colors, ... 
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