Sunday, October 13, 2013
World of Finance: Interviewing for a job-3
Now by some luck, you get a call from a company that they liked your resume and they want to set up an appointment to meet them at their office. Now what you do? Sometimes the companies want to screen you out and they set up a call with you to chat with you and then they will call you in their office and sometimes they just call you directly. If you receive a call from the recruiting office, then you are sure to go to the company office and have some interview. The companies usually screen with the recruiting agencies because they know that the preliminary work for screening out the applicants has been done by the agency and they just have to interview the person. Or if they call you directly then the process of interviewing you can lengthen depending upon how many people are going to interview you. But before you go there, you need to prepare yourself of selling "you" to the company in which you have been called for an interview. There are so many books on the market, besides material on the internet and even companies dealing with how to go for an interview that you don’t know where to start and which material to use. But the first thing you do for an interview is to read as much as possible about the company you are going to be interviewing with. There stock price, any recalls of products, any lawsuits, products they have the origin, their current trajectory of where they are headed to the future, anything and everything that seems relevant to the company you should read it.