Interview Bloopers: What Not To Say in a Job Interview Some people always seem to put their foot in their mouth, i.e., to say the wrong thing. According to Bill Lins, founder of Jobs4AllNow, people actually said these interview bloopers in real interviews. Interviewer: Why did you leave your last job? Interviewee: “I have a
Response to Frank on British Language Use Hi everyone! It’s Katie here. This week I’m going to be replying to Frank’s post about British language use. In America there is a stereotype that Canadians are ridiculously polite. This used to be a stereotype about British people, but we’ve been too polite to say anything about
You Need to Take A Hiring Perspective By Liam Hickey, Guest Contributor Last time in Resume Bullets: Factual Bragging, we talked about writing effective resume bullets. Now, we’re going to expand on the part about how to think like a manager. The way we think affects everything we do … and the results we get.
A question for my colleagues working in the UK: Do British business people speak like this? David Paul, president of the Association “Language Teaching Professionals,” sent me a link to an amusing list of 30 expressions that the average British person uses. I’ve selected 15 of the more interesting expressions. I wonder if British