My first two interviews with a great company went great. The third interviewer was immediately turned off to me and dismissive. What should I do?

My first two interviews with a great company went great. The third interviewer was immediately turned off to me and dismissive. What should I do?

It’s tempting to believe that at the third stage interview you were home and dry and that this meeting was a short step to the final job offer. Clearly, for you, this was not the case which is why a job candidate must always understand the hiring process for the job...
One company keeps apologising for taking so long in giving me an answer to let me know if I got hired or not. They say in their emails that they are still considering me and would let me know ASAP. What should I do?

One company keeps apologising for taking so long in giving me an answer to let me know if I got hired or not. They say in their emails that they are still considering me and would let me know ASAP. What should I do?

The key thing to note here is that the company are ‘‘considering’ you. There is no offer, and therefore from your perspective, there is no decision to make. There are several reasons why the company is delaying making a decision: A key decision maker has not given...
I left my previous job because my boss was a manipulative bully. When asked for a reason for leaving my job in an interview should I lie or tell the truth: I didn’t get along with my boss?

I left my previous job because my boss was a manipulative bully. When asked for a reason for leaving my job in an interview should I lie or tell the truth: I didn’t get along with my boss?

This question is never fair because most hiring managers know that people leave a person (usually a boss) first, rather than a job role. This reason is generally followed by lack of opportunity/development within a team, a mismatch of company culture and possibly...