How To Research Your Prospective Company
Proper preparation for job interviews is the crucial difference between interview success and failure. A prospective employer wants to know if you have spent sufficient time finding out about the company before the interview. This indicates your commitment and interest in the job and employer.
You may have heard the advice that it’s important to have some questions for the hiring manager when you’re…
Career switching is becoming a choice for many different people for a number of different reasons. For some, it is because they have been in the same career for most of their professional life and they are bored or find that they are stagnant and have no where to grown any further; they are at a dead end. Others may find that their chosen career isn't what they thought it would be and it doesn't bring them the happiness and…
In your opinion, what are the 2 or 3 mayor aspects you need to investigate from a company you are applying to?
I applied on ZipRecruiter for many positions but one in particular that said Office Assistant like many others out there I received an e-mail two days later from the day I had applied.A Mike Tencredi emailed me saying Thank You for sending us your resume but think and believe that you will make a great candidate for the position.He then proceeded to send me a questionare composed of 7 questions,I answered them all successfully.The good news was I…
I am very passionate about clinical research. I find it rewarding to help those and especially educate them in understanding clinical trials.
Someone asked about Home Depot...Well, here’s over a thousand applicant stories and questions. https://www.glassdoor.com/Interview/The-Home-Depot-Interview-Questions-E655.htm
glassdoor.com is just one review site.
There is no excuse for not being informed None.If it’s a company in the US? There’s something written about it. Take everything you read w/ a grain of salt.Others’ stories are not yours. Make your own. Make it positive. And get…
…work a dead-end job you hate or not have a job at all? Apparently some researchers are saying that it’s worse for your mental health to be stuck in a horrible job than it is to be unemployed. I’ve always thought that it’s better to have any job than no job, but I’m curious to know what you all think! What’s worse?
The face of job hunting has changed drastically – even from just a couple of years ago. I’ve spent a solid 40+ hours researching what it takes to get a job in the current job climate. Being a teacher by nature, I’m simply not content to hoard all this glorious wisdom to myself. So, without further hesitation, please allow me to share some of the extremely helpful tips I’ve discovered:
- Tailor your resume and cover letter
Time and time…
I have been invited to Google UX Web design immersive studentship. My goal (I set them extremely high) is Google X !
Please do not fall for jobs that are too good to be true. Do your research first. I was offered a job from someone pretending to be from Kaiser Permanente. I looked up scams on the internet and there was an alert from Kaiser warning about the scam.
Can’t they conduct this research without messing around with the service…. You would think the price of the $tock would be a good indicator business is good right!