Category Archives: Tips from a Recruiter

6 Questions to Ask in an Interview

March 12, 2015 | Chris Reed

I am often asked, “What should I bring to my interview?” While I appreciate the effort to be prepared, bringing physical items is only a small piece of being ready to nail your interview. An interview should be a two way conversation; therefore, you also need to ask questions. This shows that you are not […]

What I Want Candidates to Tell Me

January 27, 2015 | Chris Reed

I want candidates to tell me the truth. They want the same from me. Simple, right? You would hope so. One of the true benefits of my job is the opportunity to connect with a wide variety of people. I really enjoy engaging with others and learning about their background and motivators. When I first […]

15 Tips to Landing the Job You...

January 15, 2015 | Express Scripts

This time of year is all about new beginnings and starting fresh. For a lot of people this could mean making a career move. If that is you, we are here to help. Check out the list below for job hunting tips straight from our Talent Acquisition team: 1. Educate yourself. Being knowledgeable in a […]

How to Prepare for a Behavioral...

July 30, 2014 | Chris Reed

The days of the “tell me your three greatest strengths” style interview are long gone. Interviews have evolved to become more effective at evaluating a candidate’s fit and potential. A method preferred by many top organizations is behavioral interviewing. Behavioral interviewing is based on the belief that past behavior will predict future performance. This technique […]

6 Tips to Ace Your Online...

January 24, 2014 | Matthew Wilder

I remember the days when you could walk into a business, ask to speak to a human resources representative and apply for a job on the spot.  Back then, the hardest part of the paper application process was ensuring your handwriting was neat and ensuring you didn’t make a mistake and have to use correction […]