Quick Interview Tips #11-16!

11. Send a thank you letter via email to your recruiter, not directly to the interviewer/client.  Your recruiter will forward to the interviewer/client.
12. Be aware of your language.  Avoid vocal filters such as “like”, “um”, “you know”.
13. Answer questions within 60 seconds or your will lose your listener, don’t ramble.
14. Make sure that you show interest in and enthusiasm for working for the employer.
15. Be prepared, but don’t sound rehearsed.
16. Expect to hear, “tell me about yourself”.


Check back for more tips next week!

Tagged , , , ,

How to Establish Yourself in the Office

How to Establish Yourself in the Office

Great article for new hires!

Tagged , , , ,

Quick Interview tips #6-10!

6. Don’t let your guard down.  No matter how friendly the interviewer is, you must always remember that he/she is not your friend.
7. Answer the interviewer’s questions in a direct and concise manner.
8. Have questions prepared, even questions about company culture, environment, work schedule, etc. 
9. Wear your best suit.
10. Maintain direct eye contact with the interviewer; this will show that you are confident in your abilities and that you have nothing to hide.

Tagged , , , ,

“Work spares us from three evils: boredom, vice, and need” – Voltaire

“Work spares us from thr…

Tagged , , ,

Quick Interview Tips #1-5

Welcome to the beginning of our segment on quick interview tips. These tips are good to have and can help you in any kind of interview situation !!
  1.  Identify your accomplishments before you go on an interview
  2. Understand the job’s description and be prepared to recall specific actions and behaviors that address the required skills.
  3. Don’t make vague proclamations of your skills.  Small but telling actions and behaviors are more important than grandiose but unsubstantiated claims of job success.
  4. Determine which of your skills, traits or experiences the employer needs.
  5. If faced with negative questions, look for a positive spin.
Tagged , , ,

“Your work is to discover your work and then with all your heart to give yourself to it.” – Buddha

“Your work is to discove…


The Power of Women Owned Businesses

Becker Technical Staffing was recently Recognized by the Philadelphia Business Journal as a Top 100 Women Owned Business! Congrats to Renee!


How can Beckertek help you?

At Becker Staffing, we evaluate the history, capabilities, needs and objectives of each individual through extensive interviews. This helps to assure good results for both our candidates and our clients. Our ability to identify the best candidates and to follow up effectively also contributes to our high rate of success. Most of all, our relationships are based on mutual respect, complete confidentiality and the utmost in professionalism.

Tagged , , ,

Final tips for the live interview!



  • You will need these cards for follow-up thank you notes.


  • “I’m very impressed with what I’ve seen here today.  I have enjoyed learning about your company and its products or services.  I’m confident I could do an excellent job in the position”.
  • “I am very interested in the opportunity that you have outlined in this interview.  What are the next steps in the interviewing/hiring process for me”?
  • “I would really enjoy working with you and your company.  How soon would you want me to start working on your team?”

If you are not interested in the position or don’t think the interview went well then don’t let your feelings show.  Often other positions become available that might be of interest to you and by leaving a positive impression you may be considered by them in the future.

Occasionally an interviewer, who is genuinely interested in you, may seem to discourage you as a way of testing your reaction.  If you reach for the job it shows your true desire.  If you don’t chase after the position, it may indicate a lower level of interest.

Thank the interviewer for his/her time and consideration

Tagged ,