Five tips to move you ahead of other job applicants. You created the perfect cover letter and resume, and submitted it with a job application for that coding, billing, or practice management position you really want. And now, your golden opportunity has come: You’ve been called back for an interview. Here are five tips that ...
To play the role of a successful employee, you have to look the part. Looking for work is hard enough: Don’t hurt your chances with a wardrobe that fails to make a good impression. Here are a few insights from individuals “on the front lines,” with the responsibility to fill open positions within their organizations. ...
When interviewing job candidates, ask questions that will provide insight to how the candidate will perform in this position. Yes/No questions, or questions that can be answered with one or two words, generally provide little insight to the candidate’s potential. Yes/No questions should be limited to verifying certain credentials, dates, or other objective information. Beyond ...
Avoid the discard pile with a resume that lands you an interview. by Sharon J. Oliver, CPC, CPMA, CPC-I To change careers or advance your position, you need a resume that stands out from the rest. A well written and factual resume is a good start, but you’ll need to do more to warrant an ...
May 1st, 2013
The most relevant information to land you an interview can be broken down into eight direct steps. By Julie Bos, CPC I have been on the hiring side of the resume; and with the tough job market today, I have been asked by several people how to compose one that will land an interview. To ...