Of course, your candidate wants an offer. You could have guessed that. Otherwise, why bother with the whole interview process? What you want to know is how badly. There’s a way to find out.
Just as you are about to accept an offer of a new position, your practice gets a big inflow of work. Your inclination is to delay your departure so you don’t “leave them in the lurch.” [...]
One of the surest routes to frustration starts with unrealistic expectations. And one of the most unrealistic expectations you can have is that a job offer will be better in every way than what [...]
Moving to a new BV job nearly always feels like moving up in some way or other. It’s normal to also want to go up in job title, especially if you honestly believe a promotion is on the horizon [...]
Do you make a habit of negotiating job offers, or are you more inclined to accept the first offer presented to you? Many people are afraid to negotiate; a study reported on Inc.com tells us that [...]
Once you actually get an offer, your first reaction is often to look to see how you might improve it. But, what if you could improve your offer simply by improving your interview? You can, you know.