When the interviewer concludes the interview by asking: “Do you have any questions for us,” the answer is unequivocally YES.
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Yes, the “magazine test” I mentioned last week really happened!
Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, I have been coaching individuals on their presentation skills and job interviewing skills along with helping people refresh their résumés. So, the next few weeks we’ll be using this blog space to highlight my top interviewing tips and answer the questions my clients most frequently ask me.
Is it ever okay to refer to something as being the first annual meeting?
As we finish addressing our cards and stamping the envelopes, let’s wrap up our discussion of how to pluralize last names with tricky, sticky spellings.
This week we’re polishing off the last of the turkey sandwiches, hanging lights, taking our decorations out of the attic—and addressing our cards. Let’s continue our discussion of how to pluralize our family names with tricky spellings.
This is a popular topic this time of year, so thank you to everyone who wrote in asking some version of this question: How do I make my family’s last name plural on greeting cards?
Last Wednesday we asked a series of pluralization questions regarding apostrophes and last names so we can sign off on our Christmas cards with confidence.
Quick question: With which names should you use the apostrophe? Choose the correct version.
This actually happened to me when I was facilitating a continuing education class for 200 accountants in Charlotte, North Carolina, a few years back. An audience member and I were wearing identical outfits.