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Interviewing Tips for Hiring Managers

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    Most job candidates are smart enough to end the interview with a few questions of their own. This alone, however, should not impress you. Quality people will ask quality questions, ones that focus on the points raised during your conversation. Be wary of those who ask for simple information that is readily available on the company’s website.

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Interviewing Tips for Hiring Managers

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    Most job candidates are smart enough to end the interview with a few questions of their own. This alone, however, should not impress you. Quality people will ask quality questions, ones that focus on the points raised during your conversation. Be wary of those who ask for simple information that is readily available on the company’s website.

Today’s job seeker is savvier than ever before. Countless career-related websites offer free information on resume construction, interview etiquette and employment statistics. Affordable professional coaches stand ready to guide the career minded through the rough waters of salary and benefits negotiation. And an explosion of self-help career books is transforming even green college grads into well-groomed candidates. Add a tight job market to the mix and hiring managers are faced with a tough challenge – getting the right person for the right money.

So how do interviewers see past the polish to uncover a candidate’s real character and ability? Author Tim Toterhi has gathered the following advice from professional hiring managers.

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