Is there such a thing as too much preparation for an interview?

May 22nd, 2012 by Lynx, Inc.

Doing a good job preparing for an interview can be the key difference between getting an offer and getting a rejection. These days, there’s no excuse for at least the minimal step of checking out the company’s website, but if that’s the only thing you do, you’re just scratching the surface.

I’d like to share with you an superb article written by a friend and professional recruiting colleague of mine, Marie Burns from Compete.com, on how to take your preparation to the next level. Read and learn from Marie’s excellent post “I Spy: How to Scope Out a Company Before the Interview,” and ace your next interview!

Strategies for a Great Interview

November 22nd, 2011 by Lynx, Inc.

At Lynx, we’ll work with you every step of the way to make sure you find a great job, and part of that involves using our connections and our influence to give you a boost. That said, there’s no substitute for preparation, and you’ll eventually have to go in for an interview. With that in mind, we’ve prepared some advice for every step of the process. Read the rest of this entry »

Keys to a Great Phone Interview

November 22nd, 2011 by Lynx, Inc.

The sole purpose of a phone interview is to establish whether you’ll be a good fit for the position and vice-versa—don’t forget that it’s as much an audition for the employer as it is for you. This is a fairly low-pressure situation in comparison to an in-person interview, given that you or the interview won’t be making any decisions about hiring at that point in time. expired sites It’s a screening, essentially. That said, the phone interview is your chance to impress the caller enough to be asked in for an interview, so it’s good to go in armed with a few strategies. Read the rest of this entry »

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