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This week’s KIQ comes from Nicholas Lennon, Mimecast Australia country manager. This is one of the questions he will use during an interview to see how well a prospective employee can articulate complex situations.
A common complaint among job seekers: It felt like you nailed the interview, but weeks later you still haven’t heard from the company. Subtle signs during the interview could tip you off that the hiring manager has already decided you’re not the right fit, such as when you’re only asked simple questions.