You're Hired! Interview Skills to Get the Job
This book demystifies the interviewing process with wisdom and wit from an
authoritative source. For first-time job seekers and seasoned professionals alike,
the realities of the current job market make a competitive edge mission-critical.
Corporate recruitment specialist Lorne Epstein prepares both novice and nervous
job seekers for the interviewing experience with insider tips and strategic advice.
This book is a practical, engaging and altogether indispensable career companion.
After reading this book you will learn what to do before, during, and after the
interview to ensure you re success!
Reader Laura Cohen of Albany, NY says,"As someone who has served on many of my
organization's search committees over the years, I highly recommend this book for
anyone seeking to improve her/his interview skills. I wish that the people I've
interviewed had read this book! It's packed with solid, practical advice about what
to do before, during and after an interview. Its scope is comprehensive. I especially
appreciate Epstein's advice about doing appropriate research to prepare for the interview.
In my experience, too many candidates neglect this extremely important aspect of the
interview process. Epstein's style is friendly and accessible, and his book is an
enjoyable read. I personally would not attempt an interview without reading this book.
• What questions should your resume address?
• How to research the company
• Dressing for the interview
• Your job application form
• Acting appropriately
• How to sell yourself
• How to address issues in past jobs
• What you cannot be asked in an interview
• Questions to ask the interviewer
• Wrapping things up
• Lay the groundwork for follow-up
• Post-interview thank you note
• Accepting or rejecting the offer
• Plus much more...
In the Appendices:
• Appendix D Questions a recruiter will ask you
• Appendix E Questions to ask the recruiter
• Appendix F Pre-Interview and Post-Interview checklists
Reader Daniel Epstein says,"Helped me get a job! This book has some really great tips,
and lets you understand the hiring process from the other side of the table. I have felt
more confident in subsequent interviews to the point that the interview becomes more
like a conversation. I am not only selling myself at interviews, but asking the
interviewer questions that let me know if this is really a place in which I would like
to work. Thanks Lorne!"
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