We want to take time to review our top posts from 2013!
This article was designed for companies looking to add an administrative assistant to their team. An administrative assistant is usually a huge help to an organization, and, once you have one, it’s hard to be without. When filling an opening for an administrative assistant position, make sure you interview smart. For the full list on what you need to know, visit the article above.
We wrote this article for the job seekers who were using their personal email addresses and phone numbers when applying for open positions. We wanted to stress that, even if it’s just your friends making up 99% of your emails and voicemails, it’s important to keep things professional when you’re searching for a job. When a hiring manager comes across your resume, the last thing they want to see is cRaZyGuRL69@xyz.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. It seems like common knowledge, but it’s something hiring managers and employers see too often. Read the entire post for all of the tips we had for keeping it professional.
The final top post we wanted to review was for job seekers who were interviewing with companies. Landing an interview can be challenging enough as it is. Luckily, there are always ways to answer tough interview questions. The key is to turn an obstacle into an opportunity by using the questions as a way of highlighting your strengths and attributes. To see the top 10 toughest questions, and how to answer them, visit the post by clicking the link above.
These three posts are only some of the many we wrote last year. After all, our goal is to help job seekers and companies alike. Visit our blog to check out the complete list of the posts we wrote for you in 2013. Anything you’d like to see us write about? Contact one of our recruiters today!