We’ve written at length about in-person interviewing for candidates and employers – all that preparation still applies to all parties involved, remote interviews just add some key steps:
We’ve recently discussed how to spot good and bad bosses during the interview process, so we were curious to hear your reasoning for the last job offer you rejected. We had a solid turnout of 9,121 votes this month!
It can be hard enough to spot red flags in your job hunt but how do you recognize a really good boss when you meet one? Look for these hallmarks of a solid employer in your next interview!
With all the work that goes into applying for a job and trying to make a good impression during the interview, it’s easy to forget that interviewing is a two-way process: you’re evaluating your potential employer as much as the employer is evaluating you. Avoid signing up to work for a bad boss by staying alert to these five warning signals:
Job hunting means pursuing multiple opportunities, hoping at least one will pan out. For top candidates, this approach often leads to interviews with a number of interested employers – and, sometimes, to multiple job offers. Deciding which job to accept can be difficult. Before making a decision, we recommend candidates fully consider the following issues: