Glassdoor’s Top 10 List of Unusual Job Interview Questions

  Looking to spice things up next time you interview? Look no further! After collecting hundreds of thousands of interview questions shared by candidates over the last year, Glassdoor revealed its annual list of the toughest (and wackiest) questions job seekers could hear from potential employers in 2016. What’s the purpose of asking these curveball […]

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The Standard Pace is for Chumps

I just listened to a podcast that was so outstanding, I had to share! It’s an interview between Tim Ferriss of “4-Hour Work Week” and Derek Sivers, who made his first $22 million off a very simple idea in 1998 to distribute music from artists not represented by a major label. There’s a lot to […]

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When Things Go Wrong in InterviewLand, Part 2

Past posts about interviews gone wrong assumed that the candidate screwed up. But we, as interviewers, also have a responsibility to shape the way interviews unfold. Imagine if a talk show host, news anchor or sports reporter didn’t prepare for an interview. They didn’t research what had already been written and asked silly questions, or […]

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Top Communications Trends for 2016

Our client, Sharp Communications, a NYC public relations firm that manages digital, social and events marketing for its clients, forecasts these trends for the upcoming year. Original article here and below: New Roles for Influencers One of the biggest buzzwords of 2015 was Influencer Marketing, and we’ve seen tremendous results in working with highly passionate engaged […]

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