Compiled from the interviewing experiences of hundreds of managers and recruiters, the following list represents common behavioral interviewing questions. Give me an example of your initiative in handling a challenging situation. What are some of the things you find difficult to do? Why is that? Tell me about a situation you faced that seemed to [Read More]Acing Behavioral Interviews
Acing Behavioral Interviews “Tell me about a time you took initiative and went above and beyond the call of duty.” “Describe the most creative idea that you’ve implemented to solve a problem.” “Tell me about the most difficult group project you have ever had to work on.” If you’ve heard questions like these during a [Read More]Typical Questions Asked by Clients and Candidates
Typical Questions Asked by Clients Tell me about yourself What do you know about our company? Why do you want to work here? Why are you looking to change positions? What do you like most about your current job (or manager)? What do you like least? Where do you see yourself in 5 years? What [Read More]Successful Job Interviewing
There is no more important hour than that spent in an interview. Remember, you are there to provide information. The employment interview is more than a recitation of your background and experience. It is a competitive process wherein information is exchanged, impressions formed and conclusions drawn. Your chances of presenting yourself favorably will be enhanced [Read More]Navigating US Visa Process and why US Employers don’t like hiring outside US.
As a recruiter in the accounting field, I have to deal with Visa candidates often. In many cases its easy (transferring an H1-B or someone is on a EAD) and sometimes its difficult (If you are currently in India and not a US citizen). I thought it would be first beneficial to list some of the different US Visas: F1/OPT: The F1/OPT [Read More]