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Interview Prep 101: Stand Out From The Crowd


So interview preparation has always been one of those areas that have always been easy to overlook. It has always amazed me how folks that “really want the job” fail to properly prepare for their interviews. Or, a person might bring their “A” Game to the first interview but then let up in subsequent meetings. These oversights may not have amounted to much when unemployment was less than 3%, but these days a person needs to have the best interview possible in order to be seriously considered for a job that most likely has had over 50 qualified applicants.


Guard Your Culture, Part 1


There are many water cooler theories as to what makes for a healthy company culture. If you ever have had occasion to look behind the curtain of a company and listen to the unedited conversations of employees, you'll quickly glimpse the true state of affairs in Oz.


Be Kind To Your Recruiter


I've been mulling over what I'm about to say for some time. But after hearing (and experiencing) some things over the past few months I've decided to tread where few of recruiter have openly tread before. So here it is folks:

The RECRUITER-AT-LARGE Top 5 Reasons To Be Kind To Your Recruiter