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But it’s the in-person interview that gets the process rolling.
“The goal in interviews is to make a strong connection between the hiring manager’s needs and what you offer,” said Miriam Salpeter, a social media strategist, new economy job coach and author of “Social Networking for Career Success.” When trying to impress someone, however, candidates can come on too strong. lines such as “my weakness is that I work too hard and need to slow down every once in a while.” In the same way, on a date, a guy or girl wants to be the “real me” and still come off as sleek as the Facebook profile.?
To show they are person, not a robot, candidates need to exhibit the character traits that correspond to the position they are proposing to fill.
“If they are good listeners, willing to laugh at themselves when appropriate and able to easily converse with new people, those are all good traits to demonstrate,” Salpeter said.
“Recruiters can attract those seeking stability by offering stability themselves. Organizations who teach their supervisors to manage effectively and those who put time, effort and resources into developing their employees professionally and who value their people (beyond just saying “our people are our strongest asset”) will go far in that regard.” These are functions that don’t necessarily relate to the hiring process but are instrumental in making sure the choice is effective. What do current employees say about their managers?Protected information includes age, sex, religion, disability, genetic information, race, national origin and pregnancy.“I’m a social media proponent, but I am cautious of how HR professionals and businesses should use it because I have been on the receiving side of a multitiered, class-action lawsuit,” Miller-Merrell writes on her blog.“I don’t think it’s really about ‘being yourself’ in a job interview as much as it is about clearly describing what role you can play in the organization and how you help solve their problems,” Salpeter said.First and foremost, for dating and recruiting, the candidate has to relate to the other person: how you fit in the person’s life, not how the person will fit into yours.