WHAT I WRITE ABOUT: ‘Job Interview Tips’

Job Interview Length: What It Means For You

This post is about job interview length and what it means for your chances to get a job offer. Before I get started, I’m reminded of one of my favorite posts about job interview personality. It was about how we are all different and how the version of our name that we use on our […]

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

Job Interview Personality: Are You A Kate Or A Katie?

This post about your job interview personality was originally written for the Career Hub blog and the original version can be found here. I am re-posting it here on Tim’s Strategy to make sure you all get a chance to read it. Because I believe you can¬†confuse your network and hiring managers by setting wrong […]

Saturday, August 20th, 2016

5 Tips For Dressing For Job Interview Success

This is a guest blog post by Britta Erickson¬†about your ideal job interview outfit. Imagine that you have just landed an interview with for your dream job. The first things you probably think about are: Is my r√©sum√© ready? Am I prepared to answer all of their questions and ask some of my own? Another […]

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

10 Ways To Get Your References To Rave About You

This is a guest blog post by Leslie Ayres¬†about getting¬†positive work references. ¬† You aced the interview, and you know the company likes you because they just asked for your employment references. Great job! All signs point to a job offer ahead. When a company wants references, it means they‚Äôre seriously considering hiring you. You‚Äôre […]

Friday, July 26th, 2013

6 Things To Include In Your Follow-Up Note

This is a guest blog post by Bob McIntosh¬†about sending a¬†follow up note after interview. Some people erroneously believe the interview is over after they’ve shaken hands with the interviewers and are safely out the door.¬†Well, that went well, they think,¬†and now it’s time to wait for the decision.¬†And perhaps it went well. But perhaps […]

Wednesday, July 24th, 2013

Interview Preparation: Why Do You Want To Work For The Company?

This is a guest blog post by Greg Johnson¬†about job interview preparation. Throughout my career, I had the opportunity to hire for many positions. Usually, by the time a person came in for the first interview, their skills and experience were well qualified. We wanted a fit for the team and company culture. The vast […]

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

What Really Happens When HR Recruiters Don’t Follow Up With You

This is a guest blog post by Lisa Rangel¬†about when HR recruiters don’t follow up. You, as a job seeker, are continually appalled at the lack of follow-through on the part of HR Recruiters throughout your job search after you have interviewed a number of times. Perhaps you are reasonable in that you do not […]

Friday, June 7th, 2013

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