IF YOU WANT TO WORK, YOU MUST ASK FOR IT.
If it came to the point of having an interview then we give a series of recommendations for you to be successful in it.
How do they compare me with other candidates who have seen so far?
Where do I put in his mind, for this opportunity?
Is there something about my experience or background that would stop us to continue forward in the process?
If you are interested in the job and the company say it, but understand it is obvious because otherwise you would not be in the interview, I must say.
SURVEYS OR FORMS
If any, please fill it completely and carefully – this is about evaluating your attention to detail. Speed ??is also a factor, do not be such a perfectionist.
Companies want to hire people that you like, and in turn people will like the company shows interest in her.
Take the time to prepare for each interview, do not improvise. QUESTIONS MAKE ABOUT THE COMPANY
How many people in total are in the group?
Is this a main office or satellite office?
How this office works with others?
How has developed the company since they are there?
How does this work relates to the structure and overall goals of the company and the department?
ASK QUESTIONS ABOUT THE WORK
What special projects are working on which would be involved?
How would a typical day?
To Whom would bring?
What style of management practice?
How this department interacts with others?
If you have to pick one or two special features that should have the following employee in this position, what would they be?
Can I know the workspace?
What challenges have faced in the past who wanted to avoid in the future?
Where I have the opportunity to make the most significant contribution?
DO NOT ASK FOR – THE SALARY, BENEFITS OR UPWARD MOBILITY.
The SALARY – is a topic at the end, first focus on showing your value to the company that can give you the best that the other candidates company. BENEFITS – everyone has different needs. UPWARD MOBILITY – Always refer to your ability to live up to a challenge. Your performance will determine your chances.
QUESTIONS TO POWER ON IT an answer
Tell me about yourself.
What are you looking for in your next position?
Where do you see yourself in the next few years 5-10 years?
Why are you interested in this job?
What are your strengths?
What are your weaknesses or areas of opportunity?
What do you like most and least of your most recent job?
What do you like most and least of your current or last supervisor?
Why do you want to leave your current job?
When can you start?
What salary or remuneration package are looking for?
Why should we choose you?
What you have to offer that other candidates do not have?
What are your main achievements in your career?
How does your supervisor and former colleagues describe you?
What if you get a counter month to work for us?
Where did you tell you current employer you’d be today?
REMEMBER: this is a process of knowing and cover a profile of a place – attempts to answer questions concerning the job you’re interviewing!