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How to handle work from home bloopers during an interview

It wasn’t that long ago when our CTO Spyros Magiatis joined a scheduled video interview with a candidate and had forgotten that ...

Weird interview questions: How to give your candidates goosebumps

Dani Clayton is a young American teacher who moved to London to make a fresh start. Having seen a job ad for an au pair position...

Interview red flags for employers: 5 common myths about candidates

Interview red flags for employers: 5 common myths about candidates

“Do you know why I invited you to this interview?” “I guess it’s because I have the right skills for the job?” “Well, yes, you’r...

How to be the worst interviewer

Meet Joe – Head of Digital Marketing at “Fictional Company”. Joe is really good at his job but has been struggling lately, ever ...

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15 job interview horror stories that you won’t believe

When hearing the word “Halloween”, many of us think of decorative spider webs, vampire and ghost costumes, grinning pumpkins and...

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How to handle an interview no show

Out of all the minor nuisances in our personal lives, getting stood up is probably the most unpleasant. Unfortunately, this also...

Why your hiring shouldn’t hinge on thank-you emails

Sending thank-you emails to interviewers is part of a colossal body of unquestioned interview advice to candidates. Many intervi...

How to explain your structured interview process to candidates

There’s scientific consensus that structured interviews are better hiring tools than unstructured interviews. They’re more objec...

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Giving interview feedback: the dos and don’ts

Do you find it easy giving interview feedback to rejected candidates? If so, you’re one of the lucky few. Most interviewers are ...

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9 common interviewer mistakes that put off candidates

Interviewers can get away with mistakes more easily than interviewees. Candidates are supposed to stress about how to create a p...

Why you should always write a post-interview rejection letter

Writing a post-interview rejection letter is not a task anyone enjoys. It’s an easy one to fumble but it’s much worse to avoid i...

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