I recently found a fantastic new position for someone (I’ll call him Bob). The new role had everything Bob wanted – more money, more responsibilities, and an accelerated career path. Bob couldn’t be happier.
We have all been there. Even the most well-intentioned person has the occasional wording snafu. Add the pressure of interviewing for your dream job, and the margin for error quadruples. Here are some common interview misspeaks and ways to avoid them.
For seasoned, senior-level executives, adding “Board Membership” to their resumes is an intriguing next step. But, the value of a board seat depends on both your performance and commitment. A strong performance can open up opportunities you’ve aspired to for years; failing can damage your reputation and limit your options for the future.
Because, “Tell Me about Yourself” is such an overarching question, it can be difficult to formulate a focused response. While there is no one right or wrong way to respond, a team of WinterWyman’s expert recruiters offer their suggestions on the best ways to answer this commonly asked interview question.
WinterWyman Search’s Information Technology practice has filled over 300 jobs in the network, business systems and database engineering fields over the past several years. The information presented below draws on this wealth of data. All information in this report is for the prior 12 months.
WinterWyman Search’s Software Technology practice has filled over 620 jobs in the engineering, front-end and data engineering fields over the past several years. The information presented below draws on this wealth of data. This report examines all jobs and placements from the prior 12 months.
If your next technology role interview starts with Human Resources, here are some tips to maximize the opportunity.
Structuring competitive compensation packages for C-level executives has never been more difficult. As a result, more organizations are tying rewards to performance, and holding their executives accountable.
“Candidate experience” is a simple concept that’s critical to the hiring process.
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