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How Follow Up Questions Help Interviewers

Asking follow-up questions can help you gain valuable insights unique to each candidate – don’t feel like you have to stick to your pre-written list of questions! Here are some strategies for using follow-ups in your interviews: ✓ If your original question wasn’t answered fully, you can rephrase it and ask again. ✓ Use follow-ups…

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The Value of References

Checking references should be more than just a formality in your hiring processes. This is your opportunity to learn more about a candidate’s history, directly from people who know them well. Here are some strategies to help you maximize the value of references provided by your candidates:  • Ask questions directly related to the position…

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Six Common Interview Questions for Contractors

As recruiters, we at JustinBradley spend a significant part of our day interviewing accounting, finance and business professionals, and we understand that most people approach the process with a combination of excitement and nervousness. One way to lower those nervous feelings during an interview is to be prepared. We encourage all our candidates to practice…

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Three of the Best Reasons to Enlist a Recruiter’s Help in Your Job Search

In the last article on our website, we talked about considering the benefits of doing temporary consulting work. After reading it, I thought it a fitting continuation to talk about the benefits of working with a recruiting firm (specifically JustinBradley!) to aid in your job search. You may have already pondered the idea of enlisting a…

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Six Common Interview Questions for Contractors

As recruiters, we at JustinBradley spend a significant part of our day interviewing accounting, finance and business professionals, and we understand that most people approach the process with a combination of excitement and nervousness. One way to lower those nervous feelings during an interview is to be prepared. We encourage all our candidates to practice…