You submitted your resume to your job of choice. You had a phone interview and nailed it. Now, the company wants an interview where they can meet you virtually over Skype. Remote interviews are becoming more and more common, especially when interviewing candidates that may be out-of-state. Instead of spending money on travel expenses, technology has allowed us to conduct live, visual interviews from anywhere in the world. – Sarah
Applying for a job can be daunting and overwhelming. Luckily, NutritionJobs has so many resources for you. We reached out to fellow nutrition professionals to get their best job application tips from the pros. Follow these tips to get successfully noticed by your employer of choice. – Sarah
You applied for the job and they noticed you. Now, the company wants to get to know you more during an interview to see if you’re the right fit for their organization. NutritionJobs reached out to many wonderful dietetic professionals to get the best job interview tips from the pros. Here’s the advice you need to prepare for the interview. – Sarah
The most effective companies hire employees with specific traits and characteristics that will enhance the company’s business. Hiring an ideal employee is not just about who is the most knowledgeable because information, technique, and systems can be taught. Recognizing the best qualities of an ideal candidate is important in order to determine who will work best with other employees, who is most apt, and who will also become a strong asset.
9 Efficient Ways To Train Your New Dietetic Hire To Be Productive By Sarah Koszyk, MA, RDN Training a new hire is just as challenging as actually hiring an ideal candidate. The training process can determine whether you retain the employee or the employee bails quickly. According to Young, Fabulous, and Self-Employed Magazine, 22% of […]
Hiring an ideal employee is not an easy task. The hiring process can be tedious and time-consuming and take away from one’s regular job duties. Developing an efficient and systematic process is important in order to find a qualified candidate that fits in well with the culture of the company. – Sarah
Most interviewers consider what questions they want to ask a job candidate, but it is also equally important to know what questions not to ask. As many employers know all too well, asking the wrong question (particularly a discriminatory question) can result in potential expensive litigation. As a job candidate, it also important for you to know which questions asked of you are inappropriate.
Having secured an interview, now is the time to impress the interviewer and convince them that you are the one for the job. Your resume has obviously impressed them enough to invite you for the interview.
Here are some tips for a job interview that will help you come out of the process on top. When you walk into a job interview, the product you are selling is YOU. In order to successfully sell yourself, you must market your personal brand. That is, you must build a reputation that qualifies you, and only you, to successfully fulfill the job requirements.