‘The Art of the Layered Job Search’ featured on Boston.com

Beth Tucker, president and CEO of KNF&T, shares her insights on how to effectively conduct a layered job search in an article featured on Boston.com entitled ‘The Art of the Layered Job Search’.   http://www.boston.com/jobs/advice/2013/10/29/the-art-the-layered-job-search/0pCSpRHyltodDRGlbm3MXN/story.html

What The World’s Top Leaders Look For When They Hire

In a recent Forbes article written by Jacquelyn Smith, some of the worlds most influential leaders talk about the qualities they look for in potential hires. The job search process is no walk in the park. Applying and interviewing  for a job can be stressful and strenuous for the candidate – and the process isn’t …

Interviews Are A Two Way Street

It’s normal to feel nervous or anxious before an interview. But the best way to fight those nerves is to feel prepared. A huge factor that can either be held against you or benefit you is actually how well you question the interviewer. The questions that you ask will say a lot about the research …

Ace The Interview – Get The Job

By: Jason Smith The job interview is the most pivotal point of any job search. It is the one shot that a potential employee gets at showing an employer that THEY should be hired above anyone else with similar qualifications. I’ve had overqualified candidates come out of an interview thinking merely about what tie they …

Addressing Your Biggest Weakness In A Job Interview

Beth Tucker, CEO and President of KNF&T, recommends the article, How To Talk About Your Biggest Weakness In A Job Interview from Forbes.  Discussing your biggest weakness can often be a difficult question for many candidates to tackle, and this article gives some great tips on how to answer it successfully. A few suggestions are: …