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9 in 10 Singaporeans say job hours and workload different from what was promised at the interview: Glassdoor

This disparity between the expectations and reality of the job affected the “vast majority of employees" in Singapore, Glassdoor said.
"What impact am I having?" asks Justin Angsuwat, pictured.

A former Google HR exec asks job candidates a tough question to figure out how they’ll act ‘when the chips are down’

In almost every job interview he conducts, Justin Angsuwat asks the candidate to talk about a trade-off they've made to uphold a core value.
"What impact am I having?" asks Justin Angsuwat, pictured.

A former Google HR exec says he’s seen too many people make the same mistake trying to interview candidates for jobs

In a job interview, the interviewer may try to impress the candidate with how smart they are and trip them up with confusing questions.
These automated interviews are meant to streamline the hiring process.

Forget in-person interviews: Companies are turning to phone calls to hire, and sometimes there isn’t even a real person on the line

Healthcare and insurance companies, retailers, restaurants, and law firms are using automated interviews. Some candidates find them impersonal.
"I'd much rather bring somebody into the organization that has taken risks and failed than [somebody who] has always taken the safe route," says Traci Wilk (pictured).

An HR exec who’s worked at Starbucks and Coach was recently asked a surprising question by a job candidate that rocketed them to the top of the ...

Consider asking some job-interview questions about how you'll fare at the company, given your relative strengths and weaknesses.
Macy's and other stores are hiring for seasonal jobs after just one phone interview.

‘It kind of feels like a scam’: Employers are so desperate for workers they’re making job offers after a single phone call

Up against a tight job market, some employers, including Macy's and Bath & Body Works, are making job offers after a single phone interview.
Make yourself more likable, competent, and hirable.

21 psychological tricks that will help you ace a job interview

We rounded up tips to reduce anxiety, sound smart, and impress the hiring manager during an important job interview.
"I'd much rather bring somebody into the organization that has taken risks and failed than [somebody who] has always taken the safe route," says Traci Wilk (pictured).

Starbucks’ former HR exec says a job candidate’s answer to a simple interview question predicts success better than their entire resume

Asking interview questions about challenging work experiences helps Traci Wilk discern whether a candidate is willing to learn from their mistakes.
These subtle mistakes could cost you a job.

15 managers reveal the interview red flags that keep them from hiring someone

If you've ever left a job interview thinking you nailed it and then never gotten a call back, you might have made some of these mistakes without even realizing. Bad-mouthing your last job, lying about your skills, and even wearing too much perfume can ruin your chances of getting the job.
"I realized I was being felt out." Steve Jobs and Beth Comstock pictured.

‘It was all very Jedi’: Former GE and NBC exec Beth Comstock remembers what it was like interviewing with Steve Jobs in 2005

Steve Jobs, cofounder and CEO of Apple, interviewed former GE and NBC exec Beth Comstock for a job in 2005. "It was all very Jedi," Comstock says. Jobs then made her two different offers, which she declined.