Tempting as it may be to air your old company's dirty laundry, a job interview isn't the place to do it. How to explain why you left. By Anne FisherAug 19, 2011 9:56 AM ET
Employers who use group job interviews say they're great for spotting team-oriented employees without wasting time. But some job-seekers say the whole process is nerve-wracking and even demeaning.
By Katherine Reynolds Lewis, contributor
FORTUNE -- When ActionCOACH tells job candidates they'll be evaluated in a group when they come in for an interview, most react with surprise. Some even ask if the business coaching company is going to try to sell them MOREJul 6, 2011 5:00 AM ET
If you haven't already had an important meeting, like a job interview, on Skype, chances are that you will. Get ready for your close-up. By Anne FisherMay 12, 2011 11:54 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
In an ideal world, all interviewers would be well versed on your qualifications and ready to ask thoughtful, incisive questions. Here's what to expect and how to navigate a real-world interview.
Dear Annie: I graduated from college last spring and, after taking a few months off to take care of some family business, I'm looking for my first "real" job. I've been lucky enough to get several MOREAnne Fisher, contributor - Nov 18, 2010 1:20 PM ET
More than two-thirds, of hiring managers in a recent survey said they'd rather muddle along with the employees they have than take a chance on hiring someone new, writes Fortune's Anne Fisher in her November 25 Ask Annie column. Of course, if some new hires turn out to be turkeys, lots of hiring managers are no prize pigs themselves. What was the worst hire you've ever made - or who MOREGabrielle S. (CNNMoney) - Nov 24, 2008 6:15 PM ET
Panel interviews are getting more common all the time, writes Fortune's Anne Fisher in her November 21 Ask Annie column. Ever been interviewed by a panel -- or been a panel member? What do you see as the pros and cons? Got any tips for candidates or panelists? What are your most-dreaded types of interviews?Gabrielle S. (CNNMoney) - Nov 20, 2008 12:32 PM ET
Retailers plan to take on even fewer seasonal workers than they did last fall, which was not such a hot hiring season either, writes Fortune's Anne Fisher in her Oct. 27 Ask Annie column. Are you looking for a seasonal job this year? Got any tips for finding one - or for turning it into a permanent one?Gabrielle S. (CNNMoney) - Oct 24, 2008 12:19 PM ET
If you lose your job, you shouldn't immediately start calling and e-mailing your network and answering Internet job ads, writes Fortune's Anne Fisher in her August 28 Ask Annie column. Understandable as that course of action is, she writes, it's unlikely to get you into the job you want.
What mistakes have you made when job hunting? Have you ever taken a job you knew was wrong for you -and, MOREGabrielle S. (CNNMoney) - Aug 28, 2008 9:19 AM ET
As a bureaucrat, I am constantly looking for other people to do my work. I say this only half facetiously. Once you get into an office with a name on the door, when you have a door, a huge part of the job is to scope out, interview, hire and train a cadre of good people who will allow you as a manager to make the only two things that count: decisions and money.Bing - Aug 20, 2008 10:31 AM ET
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