How To Answer, "Do You Have Any Questions for Me?"

Posted by Vanessa Branscome on Oct 1, 2018 3:43:18 PM


An interview is not only a chance for the hiring manager to get to know you, but also a chance for you to get to know them, the company, and the day to day challenges and responsibilities of the role you are applying for.  Asking well thought out questions at the end of your interview demonstrates your strong interest in the position as well as your desire to excel in the role.  In contrast, if you don’t ask any questions, your interviewer will assume that you’re either not interested in the role or that you haven’t done your homework.

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Topics: hiring learning consultants, contract trainer success, interview questions

Grow Your Learning Consultant Team without Hiring New Employees

Posted by Lora Boiago on Apr 4, 2013 10:02:00 AM

Today's business environment calls for employers of all sizes to remain flexible. Among other things, this means the ability to increase or decrease the number of team members quickly and efficiently.

According to, scalability refers to an organization’s ability to handle a large increase or decrease in users, workload or transactions without undue stress. Many companies are able to enjoy the flexibility inherent in the scalability of engaging contract learning consultants. This is especially true for functional areas, such as learning, training and development, which often operate in a project-based environment and may be structured as a separate cost- or profit-center.

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Topics: training consultant, training consultants, change management, learning consultants, learning consultant, merger integration, compliance training, hiring contracts trainers, hiring learning consultants

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