Dec 08, 2019

How to REFOCUS the Interview to Increase Assessment Accuracy

In an earlier post I offered 15 ideas on how to hack a job using creative ways to get an interview. In this post I’ll describe a technique called REFOCUS to ensure you’re being interviewed properly.

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