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What to expect? How to prepare? What to do? How to win and find a good job? BUSINESS ENGLISH COURSE NOVA KAKHOVKA GUMNASUIM 2012
SIX MAIN TYPES OF BUSINESS INTERVIEWS 1. Screening 2. One-on- One 3. Sequential 4. Panel 5. Telephone 6. Behavioral
They want to eliminate candidates who do not have the basic requirements for the job. Your Purpose: To make a good impression. Treat the screener as if they are making the final decision. Answer questions clearly.
Subdivided into Informal Structured Unstructured
Interviewer knows which questions they want to ask. They might change their mind about questions and just carry on a conversation with the candidate. This can be difficult, because you may spend the whole time talking about sports or music. After this interview, you wonder what happened.
In a structured interview, a list of questions has been prepared based on the job requirements. The same questions are asked of every candidate. The same questions are asked in the same order. Notes are taken.
This interview can be very stressful if you are not prepared. The interviewer may ask a question or two and then wait. You should be prepared with questions of your own and show initiative is asking them.
You will interview with several people, but with only one at a time. Since they each need to interview you, treat each one as a separate interview. You may have to answer the same questions over and over. Your task: Be honest and be prepared to ask as well as answer.
Panel Type This is also called a group interview. The group is made up of people you would be working with. The purpose is to see how others react to you. Your Purpose: To make a good impression. Make sure you make eye contact with each member of the group. Focus on the individual who asked the question. After answering the question, look around the group and see if anyone wanted further clarification. Treat them all with respect. You will not know who is going to make the hiring decision.
To reduce the costs of interviewing many companies now do a pre- screening by the telephone. Your task: Be prepared. Have all information next to you. Eliminate background noises. Be professional. Stand while you talk. Your voice will sound stronger and more confident.
You will be asked about real- life situations. They are looking at how you respond in given situations. Some examples: Give me an example when you had to deal with a difficult person: What happened? What did you do? Tell me about a major obstacle you faced in your last job/class and how you handled it. What types of things make you angry? How have you dealt with them?