[Jobs] tips for an individual conducting an interview.
jordystringer83 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 27 19:09:56 UTC 2018
I wouldn’t necessarily think that to be the case. When I interviewed for my current position I wore a suit and tie, but don’t wear that every day I come to the office. Typically that’s only something I wear when I do state wide meetings, or am speaking on behalf of the agency, etc. at any rate I think I am comfortable enough with what I’ve got to proceed.
Thanks again so much everyone for all your feedback.
Jordy D. Stringer
believe you can and you’re halfway there.
> On Aug 27, 2018, at 2:49 PM, peter altschul via Jobs <jobs at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> What about professional dress is so important that you need to craft questions about it? Isn't each candidate's atire worn during the interview a sufficient clue?
> Call me confused, Peter
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> From: Jordy Stringer via Jobs <jobs at nfbnet.org
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> Date sent: Mon, 27 Aug 2018 12:22:00 -0400
> Subject: [Jobs] tips for an individual conducting an interview.
> Greetings friends and colleagues.
> I come to you with a question about an interview tip, not in the manner you may think though. Tomorrow as part of my new administrative responsibilities for the very first time I will be interviewing cited individuals, and I'm curious to know if there's any thoughts on questions I might be able to ask that would give me a sense of their level of professional dress.. For about five weeks I've been painstakingly developing questions that will get at the core of what I need to as far as the job responsibilities, but I am at a bit of a loss with this aspect. I certainly want my questions to be both professional and legal. Any thoughts?
> Jordy D. Stringer
> believe you can and you're halfway there.
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