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Questions relating to the employment process for a new employee.

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In a situation like this, do not lie or withhold critical information that might impact your situation down the road. Remember, nothing good can come from withholding this information (your Masters a …
answered Jun 13 '19 by Mister Positive
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For me this seems like he left some scorched earth at his previous projects, but could there be another valid explanation for this? It is really hard to say unless the candidate is willing to s …
answered Jun 7 '18 by Mister Positive
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What is my recourse for any action I may take or how do I go about getting some answers? You can ask HR / the person training you for details, but that that's about it. If I understand your qu …
answered Sep 18 '17 by Mister Positive
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An email confirming the information is ideal. If you don't get an email, or the confirmation email doesn't contain the details, I would feel much safer with a phone conversation confirming the loca …
answered Apr 10 '17 by Mister Positive
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How can I break into my field when I have a poor academic record? I think your best bet is to obtain an industry standard certification in the field your interested in. These certifications are …
answered Feb 19 '18 by Mister Positive
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Is it a good idea to mention this in a hiring process? Unless the position your applying for is directly related I would not recommend listing it, period. After all, what is this even worth …
answered Nov 28 '17 by Mister Positive
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What issues could this raise for me? You are right to be concerned, this could cause you some pain down the road for the exact reasons you spelled out in your question. What I would do is send a …
answered Aug 19 '19 by Mister Positive
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You aren't under any obligation to let any company know you have accepted an offer. As you outlined yourself, when to spill the beans can have consequences depending on your timing. I would offer th …
answered Jan 9 '18 by Mister Positive
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My main consideration is improving my recruitability, but the general consensus seems to be that after your first job, GPA becomes irrelevant. Is this true? I think your right in that the GPA …
answered May 21 '18 by Mister Positive
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How do you make sure to stay on top regardless of your age? As a software engineer, your best bet to remain relevant and marketable is to make sure your are proficient in relevant technologies. …
answered Jul 22 '19 by Mister Positive
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What motivates this question? In this case, the second company knows about your first choice company. They are trying to gauge the likelihood of you sticking with them should your first choice c …
answered Feb 15 '18 by Mister Positive
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How to know a ball park figure for a salary before going for the interview? Ask the recruiter (whether your working directly with the company or a third party ) "What is the salary range for …
answered Feb 2 '18 by Mister Positive
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Should a technical interviewer read the candidate's resume/CV before performing an interview? Yes, anyone involved in the interviewing process should take the time to read the CV. Otherwise ho …
answered Jun 11 '18 by Mister Positive
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What can I do to improve my chances to be hired? Your best bet is to obtain some sort of certification, in whatever part of the technology field that interests you, so that you have some talking …
answered Aug 5 '19 by Mister Positive
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Is it a good idea to establish contact at this point? Yes, why not make an introduction? Let the CEO know what position your applying for, and keep the email fairly brief. Would I come acros …
answered Feb 21 '18 by Mister Positive

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