The Essential Book of Interviewing: Everything You Need to Know from Both Sides of the Table

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Times Books, 1995 - Business & Economics - 221 pages
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In today's tough job market, the interview process is more important than ever. But to be successful in the interview game each side needs to know what the other is really looking for. The Essential Book of Interviewing gives interviewers and interviewees the principles and techniques they need to master the process. In a clear and highly readable style, Arnold B. Kanter explains how job seekers and interviewers can:
-- Give and get the information they need
-- Ask the right questions and avoid the wrong ones
-- Prepare for the interview and make decisions
-- Achieve diversity and avoid illegal hiring practices

The result is the most complete and helpful book on interviewing ever written. Whether you're seeking your first job or hiring your hundredth employee you can't afford to be without The Essential Book of Interviewing.

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This is the best interviewing book I have ever read. Reading it made me so prepared for interviews that I often surprised employers. It does not just give a list of cookie-cut answers and questions. It teaches both interviewer and interviewee how to make the interview a success.
I am not sure why it's not on the market right now... it should be flying off the shelves.


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Arnold B. Kanter is one of America's top consultants to law firms and investment banks on hiring and related issues. A former partner in the national law firm of Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, he lives in Evanston, Illinois.

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