Whether you already work from home or you’re seeking your first remote job, an online interview is likely part of that process. Believe it or not, many of the interview tips for a traditional office job still apply to work from home jobs. Here is our advice for your interview success! Dress Appropriately Treat this
In our last article, we gave you 4 Tips on Writing a Great Job Post to help you attract some great candidates for your job. Next you’ll want to narrow your list of candidates down, and then you’ll want to make sure you ask the right questions to confidently hire the best professional for the job. Here are some great questions to
When you work from home, or if you’re trying to obtain a home based job, you often still have to go through the interview stage. Hiring for and online job is much like any other job, and brushing up on your interview skills is still necessary. Read along for some of our best tips and
It’s the time of year that we reflect and reevaluate our goals, and that often includes our careers. If you’re feeling stuck, or you know it’s time to move on, your job application will be a valuable tool in the upcoming months. While you may have a solid cover letter and resume complete, read along
If you work from home or desire to work from home, you will likely go through another an interview for a home based position. Interviews are nerve wracking enough at an office location, but those from home can be a little bit more challenging. Between kids and dogs, lack of an in person connection, and
There are several keys to a successful interview, and most of them start with being informed. While interviews can evoke feelings of fear and nerves, they don’t have to. By doing the correct preparations and knowing what you have to offer, you’ll stand out among the rest of the interviewees each and every time.