The interview is scheduled! You are ecstatic, as well you should be! But now what? What about interview preparation? Now that the job interview is scheduled, you can really begin preparing and practicing! You’ve already done some preliminary research on the company, but now it’s time to dig deep.
There are tools you can use that make email more productive during your job search! Yes, email is great for communicating, but it can be so much more. You can find an email tool to help you market yourself and conduct research to help you gain valuable information you’ll want during your hunt for a new job.
You don’t have to wait until you apply to research company culture. You can begin evaluating company culture as you research target companies to help you identify those that interest you. Armed with basic research, you will find it easier to ask specific questions about the components of culture during the job interview.
Employers no longer have the upper-hand when selecting candidates. In our current job market, the tables have turned and candidates have the power!
this in mind, what are candidate expectations before, during, and after the recruiting process?
If you’ve been applying for jobs, now is the perfect time to do your pre-interview prep.
After all, it’s never too early to start preparing answers to job interview questions…
When I was hiring people, my team and I could always tell when someone had done their homework on the company or not. The bottom line was if they didn’t do the research, they were out.
Digging in and researching an employer better than the other candidates gives you a huge competitive advantage in an interview.