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Why Behavior Based Interviewing is the preferred choice for most employers?

By Edupliance | 9th March, 2016

Times are changing and so have the methods of interviewing an employee for a job. Earlier on, only questions related to your core competencies and your previous experience were asked. 932 more words


My biggest job interview mistake

There have been a couple of times on Thought Dump where I’ve written about my experiences of job interviews. These are mostly bad experiences.

For a long time, the process went like this: 308 more words

7 Body Language Tips for Your Job Interview

When an employer invites you to interview for a job you will make a lot of preparations for the interview, study the company background (its website /blog /LinkedIn/Facebook), news about the industry, introduction speech, the questions you might be asked, question you should be asking the employer. 642 more words

Job Interview

Dating is like a job interview 

A daunting job interview at that – you’re showing a near stranger the very best side of you. You dress nicely, smell good, and laugh at all their jokes (however awful they may be). 566 more words

If only I'd worked at McDonald's

You know, I have never actually had a proper job interview. The last time I formerly read/practiced/did anything related to an official interview was in mid-high school. 393 more words


Interview question: Tell me something about yourself!

You might have noticed that the first formal question asked in any interview is “tell me something about yourself”

Now, the first-timers might be wondering ‘but I have given you my CV, haven’t I?!’ 544 more words


In which the teacher wonders whether she will be able to fit in at her new school

More on the job search; new development: I got a full time position. Nice to know a month before starting–lots of time to plan, but maybe too much time to brood. 1,678 more words