The interview process can be overwhelming. It always helps to know there’s someone who’s got your back: your ARG recruiter. If you’re nervous about your upcoming interview, think of your Applied Resource Group recruiter as your interviewing coach–give him or her a call a day or two before your interview to help get your head in the game. Or, if you just need a little refresher on the interview process, here is our resource for some fail-safe plays around which you can build your interview strategy, step-by-step…
People are everywhere all the time: Facebook, Discussion Boards, LinkedIn, and more. However, finding, attracting and hiring top talent is becoming increasingly more difficult
Use this thank you note template for either a handwritten or electronically sent note and feel free to add a little and customize, depending on the role and discussions you had during the interview. It’s also a good idea to create a specialized note for each person directly involved in your interview.
You submitted your resume and received a call back from your dream employer! Making a great first impression is critical in making it to the next stage of interviews, but can be especially challenging when it’s through phone or video. Let’s examine how you can make a great first impression over the phone or on video call.
Have you ever heard the saying “Buy it nice or buy it twice”? You may think about this phrase when researching which vacuum to purchase from the store, or maybe you hear it when you go to the dealership to buy a car. However, do you think about this phrase when you hire?
Hiring a bad employee can cost a lot more than just money. Let’s explore the downsides of making a bad hire.
We’ve all been there: it’s 5 PM, the office is starting to clear out, and you’re sitting at your desk looking at your To-Do list for the day thinking, “Where did the time go?” and “Why didn’t I get anything accomplished today?” and “Did I really just spend an hour discussing why Pluto should be a planet again?”