For quite some time, online interviews have provided a convenient way for employers and potential employees to meet virtually when onsite interviews aren’t practical for one reason or another. Recruiters have also been using this method to screen candidates prior to submitting their resumes to clients. What has changed recently though is how widespread and commonplace online interviews have become. So, it’s very likely that the next time you interview, it will be online.
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November 11, 2020
When I speak with job seekers, my goal is to determine the right job fit and to make sure any opportunity we discuss will make sense to both my candidate and my client. From the first greeting I do my best to establish open communication about any and all matters related to their job search, their overall situation, personal preferences and most importantly, I promise to keep them informed throughout the process and ask my candidates to do the same with me. I assure each candidate that I understand they’re on the job hunt and will continue searching, going on interviews and entertaining job offers while I’m in the process of submitting their resume to our clients. All I ask is that they keep me informed if anything should change on their end, and I promise to do the same for them.
November 7, 2018
As a recruiter, I often hear candidates complain about not receiving responses to their job applications. The first question I always ask is, "Have you checked your resume to make sure your contact information is correct?" Most will say, "Yes" or "I’m pretty sure it’s correct," and that’s when I walk them through their resume.