eng rus arm
Home Employers Looking for a job Vacancy Information News Contacts
Today : 11.20.2017

 
Helpful Advice to Applicants

  • Frequently Asked Questions by the Employers
  • How to Prepare for an Interview
  • Recommendations of American Sociologist to Interviewees.

  • How to Prepare for an Interview

    It is the personal communication and the course of conversations that make the final conclusion about the candidate's characteristics and account for the future employment or rejection. In this case the employer is of the generally accepted opinion that it is better to see once rather than hear twice. You are perfectly well aware of your capacities and traits, but your employer is not. He has read your resume at best and provided he has some questions to ask you, he may be willing to get convinced in the accuracy of the written information or to receive more detailed information about your professional and personal data. It is of your utmost interest to give a complete picture of your abilities ( such as wishes ,interests, skills not mentioned on the resume, personal traits etc) during short conversation or sooner, answering the questions in some form. In your turn you'll shape an opinion about the employer and the team you'll be working with. Place yourselves in the shoes of your employer. In our case he is the buyer of workforce, therefore as such he wishes to buy something (a target) and opportunities which he attempts to fulfill through the solution of a number of tasks. Suppose we come for a specific buy to the supermarket offering a whole range. Firstly we pay attention to the quality of goods, secondly to the price and lastly to the rest. It also happens that noticing something really necessary, we jump to buy although did not plan to do so. Almost the same is with the employer. First he studies the candidate with respect to his correspondence to the vacancy, then estimates his ability to pay for work in accordance with the preliminary estimation of the candidate's abilities. Sometimes the employer may hire the specialist without prior intention to do so only because he understands the applicant's unique abilities, i.e. he is willing to spend time to find a vacancy for the interesting and initiative specialist. So, in the course of the interview the employer firstly determines the correspondence of the candidate's professional and personal qualifications to the scope of work, then the correspondence of financial and other queries to the volume of work. There is no need to place oneself in the limelight, as by misleading the employer you create problems for you in the future. To protect yourself from having to pull wool over somebody's eyes and to exclude the possibility of negative consequences time and nerve-wise, it is more reasonable to spend a little more time to find a profession-related job and employment according to your abilities. You don't have to jump at the other extreme, i .e. to underestimate the need to advertise your capabilities, as the unsuccessful advertisement will cost you a failure to get the desired job. However, in order to get a job you should clearly picture the features and surprises awaiting for, so you'd better explore as much as possible about the organization you will be invited for an interview ( field, production, market niche competitors'-wise, recruitment terms, vacancies offered, salary etc). You should also carefully prepare the documents and be able to communicate their content. While preparing for the interview it is necessary to plan answers to the above mentioned questions, as they can be asked by the employer at the interview.

    up

    gugoco.com

    Designed by
    Fluger Web studio
    
    About us | Employers | Looking for a job | Vacancies | News
    Labour agreement form | Resume form | Useful information | Contacts | Home