Companies are hiring again, but interviewers may be a bit rusty. Here are the 3 most important things to ask.
By Katherine Reynolds Lewis, contributor
FORTUNE -- Executive coach Terry R. Bacon has seen his share of painful job interviews. But sometimes the wince-inducing performance comes from the interviewer, not the candidate.
In one case, an engineer and project manager -- call him Jim -- joined a hiring committee for his first-ever experience MOREAug 31, 2011 5:00 AM ET
As if job interviews weren't stressful enough, hiring managers at some of the largest companies have taken to throwing real curve balls. Here's a sampling of the wackiest questions.
By Anne Fisher, contributor
FORTUNE -- With about five candidates for every job opening these days, some responsible for hiring decisions have resorted to desperate measures in their efforts to narrow the field. Researchers at career site Glassdoor.com culled through tens of MOREApr 5, 2011 11:10 AM ET
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