How can I learn more about company and related products/services before going for job interviews?
In addition to visiting company's websites (which gives high level information), I would like to learn more about what they do.. kind of brushing up some skills/experience to meet their job requirements? Are there inexpensive coaching or consulting where I can go and learn things so I can go into interviews with full confidence?
Asked By: Webistant - 10/1/2009
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To increase your confidence before going for a job interview, I would suggest that you make sure that you are meeting all job requirements. In addition to learning about the company, you should learn the technical aspects of the job requirements. For example, job at Google may need you to know about search engines... More
Answered By: Knowledge-Mart - 10/1/2009
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google it, call up sum1 (if u know any1) that works or has worked there, or simply call the buisness itself. dont worry ull be fine come the interviews. just be urself. hope i helped :D
Answered By: Erika - 10/1/2009
Calling the business and talking to the receptionist is often a good way to learn more about the company. It can also help get your foot in the door. Impressing the receptionist carries a lot of weight with many managers. If nothing else, they can help you schedule a meeting.
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