How much should I learn about a company and the specific job I’m applying for before I go into the interview? My interview is with Target. I know they are a national retail company with stores all over the US. I know cashiers basically scan merchandise and process payments for customers. Is there any other company or position information I should know before the interview?
Here's the thing I applied for two companies and a Lowell general Hospital in thought I might get the job because I went to the interviews .I did well with them .but I got two emails saying that ohhh we decided to go with a candidate. But I was pissed I put all that effort into interviews but got turn down. But I'm like know what I can find another job to a different state area .right now I just live in a call Massachusetts and know what else I tried everything.
So excited to be coming to Hebron/Cinci area to talk with Jobcasers about succeeding in their worklife. We have a whole team coming in from Boston and friends from Amazon recruitment helping out too.
W are going to talk about managing to success, how to get a job (crazy process these days) and how you can take advantage of all the trends that sometimes seem to work against us - and turn it into your advantage.
Its gonna be a fun, fast-moving, productive session.
Its gonna capture a ton of knowledge we see from watching millions of jobseekers and thousands of companies.
Be sure to ask any questions here over the next 2 days - and then be sure to get there 9:00 Wed morning for a great day!
ps: did I mention free professional photographer for head shots, and a $500 drawing at the end of the day so someone can get a interview wardrobe makeover? Gonna be great!
I’m prepping for an interview this week but not sure what company information I should research. What specific information should I be looking for to make the interview successful?
Enjoying the day waiting &preparing for an oppurtunity..like for a hunter who waits till his food comes to him are near him and the hunter who goes in search for the food always within a great distance..I reckon the hunter who waits till the food gets to him will have more energy to search for other food source's..rather than always having to go in search of food.