The Key to Evaluating a Job Seeker’s Strengths During an Interview


Interviewing in Las Vegas

A lot of people are searching for jobs in Las Vegas, NV right now. Therefore, you’re probably flooded with resumes for the open position at your company. You’ve finally sorted through all the applications and selected those you’d like to interview. Now you’re preparing questions and trying to perfect your interview technique, so you’re able… Read more »

Dress to Impress: What Should I Wear to the Interview?


Dress to Impress in an Interview

You’ve just been invited to interview for a job you really want. This is simultaneously nerve-wracking and exciting, because there’s a lot on the line. In addition to devising responses to common interview questions and other standard prep work, it’s important to put some thought into what you’re going to wear. As a top job… Read more »

Interview Itinerary (Part 2): How to Prepare for Your Interview


Positive First Impression

Scoring an interview for a job you’re really interested in is very exciting. Making it to this step is a huge deal, so you should be proud of yourself. As a leading event employment agency in Las Vegas, PrideStaff Las Vegas knows how many applications employers have to go through to narrow down the list… Read more »

Don’t Conduct Your Next Interview Before Reading This!


Interviewing candidates requires preparation, knowledge of the job requirements, and careful question selection. However, for a hiring manager charged with conducting a last minute interview, a checklist of certain items can ensure a productive experience that achieves the main candidate assessment objectives. Lynda Bassett, a contributing writer for Monster, reminds the interviewer that candidates are… Read more »

Preparing for Your Interview isn’t Optional!


There are many reasons to prepare for an interview, not least of which is to ensure that you successfully negotiate an appropriate salary. J.T O’Donnell of LinkedIn offers advice on salary discussions. Effective negotiation requires the initial setting of an appropriate desired salary range, which requires knowledge of industry comparables and an understanding of your value… Read more »