Shannon and Kaylee have hopped on Skype to share their tips for a successful virtual interview - through Skype, Facetime, Conference, or other virtual format. Watch / listen for the do’s and don’ts of online interviews.Read More
SNR is excited to launch the second interview in the series Advice From Leaders (AFL) where we chat with industry leaders on workplace themes and topics. This month we chatted with Daeco HR Consulting’s Genevieve Primus.
Name of Organization: Daeco HR Consulting, est. 2000
Owner/Founder: Genevieve Primus, Managing Partner
Genevieve Primus holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta and started in the Human Resources field working at Home Depot as a operations manager. Making her way up the ladder she moved onto become the Human Resources Manager at Home Depot. Companies work best when they have a clear direction and their values align throughout all departments.Read More
Want to stand out as a candidate during your next interview?
Interviews can sometimes be a little nerve-wracking for most people when they feel a lack of confidence. Here at SNR, we spend a lot of time interviewing candidates and assessing them to determine best fit in a company and position. We want to give you guys, the candidates, some insight into one of the biggest gray areas surrounding interviews. These questions have been answered by Chantelle Svensen-Lewis, Partner with Svensen Neighbour Recruiting, to give our readers some tips and beneficial information about asking the right questions in your next interview.Read More
“Are you ready for your interview?”
This is often a difficult question to answer as you’re probably wondering what you should or should not be “ready” for.
Far too often, candidates approach interviews without considering some very important factors that could make or break an interview outcome. Chantelle Svensen-Lewis, SNR Partner, has provided some great advice on what you should and shouldn’t do for your next interview.Read More
“Oh man, how on earth do I get out of here? How do I leave professionally?”
You have probably experienced it – the constant struggle to find the right words to signal a professional exit.
Have you ever heard of the phrase “closing the interview”? Why should you close an interview?
Chantelle Svensen-Lewis, Partner with Svensen Neighbour Recruiting, explains this as the process of reconfirming your interest in a position and ensuring you make an impact. A formal close is important in making sure you stand out among all other candidates.Read More