You've spent time preparing and researching for your first interview and just got called for a second round interview, congratulations! But you're not hired yet, so stay calm and get ready to do a little more work
Finding a new job is like running a marathon, not the 100 metre sprint. The Marathon and 100 metre sprint are two of the most popular and highly anticipated events and races which will be viewed at the Olympics this year. Although both are equally competitive races, the methods of training and type of challenge facing athletes competing in the two events are completely different.
When it comes to interviewing there is only one thing for it – Preparation is King!
Interview preparation is a key factor in you being successful for the role you have applied for.
Before you go to your interview it is vital to go through the job specification. Go through each line of the responsibilities and duties, making a mental note of when you have sucessfully fulfilled each task in your previous positions. Usually, the person who writes up the job specification is the person that will be interviewing you. So if you try to make your experience sound as similar as possible to what they are searching for, your chances of success will be higher.
There are a number of common questions that get asked at a tax interview so I've listed some of them below to help you prepare for your interview:
There are a number of core things to remember before and during your interview
Sweaty hands, new suit, awful nerves...It's got to be a job interview!
Phone interviews are frequently used by companies to save time by pre-qualifying your interest and expertise. The following are some recommendations that I put together to ensure your next phone interview is successful for you!