Tune into our free expert led webinar sessions that give you the inside scoop on the latest HR trends and career insight that’ll keep you up-to-date and well-informed. Adecco’s engaging online sessions are a training tool for both job seekers and employers looking to brush up on their industry expertise and overall knowledge on the hottest topics around.
How to Answer the 15 Most Common Interview Questions
Date: February 8th at 12:00pm EST
Wouldn't it be great if you knew exactly what a hiring manager was going to ask you in your next interview? While we can't read minds, we CAN offer you the next best thing: a list of the 15 most commonly asked interview questions and, of course, some expert advice on how to answer them.
In this live 30 minute webinar, Christine Lackey—our veteran Senior Recruitment Consultant—will reveal proven ways to answer some of the toughest interview questions to help you land a coveted role within any industry.
About the Presenter:
Christine Lackey is an HR Professional with over 10 years’ experience within the Adecco organization. A graduate of Algonquin College's Business Administration program with specialization in HR Management, Christine’s dedication to the sector led her to further attain her CHRL designation.
She is based out of the National Capital Region where she has worked in various roles over the years—including Staffing Coordinator, Branch Services Supervisor and Professional Staffing Specialist—and currently acts as the Senior Recruitment Consultant in Adecco’s Ottawa Branch. Christine has been highly successful in connecting applicants with all levels of Administrative, Financial and Technical vacancies in the private, Crown and non-profit sectors. She has a real passion for people and in making the right match both for candidates and employers.
Millennials In Leadership Roles
This year marks a significant shift in the workforce. Millennials now represent the largest percentage of the workforce for the very first time, with 28% already sitting in management positions and 2/3 seeing themselves in management roles within the next ten years. As more millennials assume management positions, you may be noticing changes in the nature of the workplace. Why? Because there are distinct differences between the work styles, expectations, and career perspectives of this generation compared to their predecessors.