Interview

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waiting for phone call on cell phone

By Melanie Szlucha, contributing writer from Redinc, LLC

To the uninitiated, phone interviews might seem a little odd. You may be thinking, "What kind of impression can I possibly make just by talking to the HR Director or hiring manager over the phone? Don't they need to SEE me in order to conduct an interview?"

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By Melanie Szlucha, contributing writer from Redinc, LLC

I look at resumes all the time, either from wound care professionals like you looking for help, or from the classes I teach. I also have over 15 years of experience in hiring people to work for me in various positions throughout my career. And there is one question that an employer asks about a job candidate that has held true then, and now.

As an employer, all I care about is this: What's on your resume that I need?

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job interview questions

By Melanie Szlucha, contributing writer from Redinc, LLC

If you're getting close to landing a job in the wound care field, but not sealing the deal in your interviews, you can learn a lot by figuring out what the facility you have applied to really wants.

Evaluating Your Interview Success

When evaluating how well the job interview went, don't think about it from YOUR perspective. Your perspective doesn't translate into a hill of beans relative to the hiring facility's perspective.

Here's what I mean.

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Job Interview

by Heather Koitzsch, RD

A change in your health care career may be driven by a number factors, such as a need for greater pay, new learning or advancement opportunities, or perhaps a change in location or area of care. The search for your next position can take many directions, but there is one step in the process that will occur no matter what direction your job search takes you: the interview.

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