All posts tagged: Job Placement

Best Video Interview Tips:

Candidate Video Interview Tips: See More General Tips by SPG: Click for Slides:   Start with an Introduction: Start your video by introducing yourself, your experience, and the purpose of your video. Explain why you’re the best candidate for the job. Show your Passion: Express your excitement for the company and the role you’re applying for.

What are the best tips for doing a Zoom interview for a job?

What are the best tips for doing a Zoom interview for a job? Prepare your technology: Test your internet connection, camera, and microphone beforehand to make sure they are working properly. Dress appropriately: Even though you are at home, dress as if you were going to an in-person interview. Set up a professional background: Choose

10 Key Factors that Hiring Managers look for when Hiring a Candidate!

The following are the 10 most important things I look for when hiring a candidate: Relevant skills and experience: The candidate should have the necessary skills and experience to perform the job effectively. Cultural fit: The candidate should align with the company’s values and work culture. Adaptability: The ability to quickly adapt to new situations

Success of SPG: 2023 Update

The Continued Success of SPG: Since 1994, our delivered hires have contributed over $3 Billion in sales revenue, helping our 750+ clients grow successfully. We have also been a trusted advisor to over 1,500 candidates, securing ideal roles with top high-tech software companies worldwide.  Services Offered: Culture Fit: SPG’s unique recruiting process focuses on integrating

How to HIRE great people.

Job interviews often lead to wrong hiring decisions. If you were to interview a baseball player, you would not ask him how he holds the bat, and how far apart he keeps his feet. Yet, these are the kind of questions people get asked on the interviews - theoretical.

The 10 Best Interview Questions to Ask?

The best interview questions tell you about the person behind the resume, revealing the job candidate’s personality, strengths, weaknesses, knowledge, skills and abilities.

Two reasons why it really is harder to get a job than it used to be?

It used to be pretty easy for most people in America to get a job. But no longer. It used to be that jobs returned swiftly after a recession. But since the 1990s, the labor market seems to have lost much of its natural buoyancy. The past three downturns caused extended periods of underemployment. Years