With the enormous amount of information available today, organization except any potential candidate to know about the organization. Read the web site which will supply you with a lot of information. In the event that there is no web site, call the company and ask to pick up annual reports, employee newsletters, promotional material and a corporate brochure. Where applicable, ask your recruiter for information. You need to find out what the company does, what a person in your position might be doing, and whether the company has growth potential.
Track Progress by Annual Report Printers. Just as companies assess their progress in their annual reports, you need to review your list of priorities every year. Have you accomplished any goals? Have your spending patterns changed? Did you spend less than you earned? Did you save as much as you planned?
Finance. The company’s earnings statements should be in this section. Staff may be asked for the latest company annnual report or recent news articles about the company’s latest earnings report.
Second, if you pay your credit cards in full, you may have to watch when you pay on them monthly. For example: You have a $5000 limit credit card. Every month, you charge about $1200 to that card, and you pay it off in full. But here’s what can happen to you. Your credit card company reports your credit info monthly to the credit bureaus. If they report it before you pay off your card, it can look like you carry a balance on your credit card every month. You may find that your FICO score will improve if you pay on your credit cards at a different time of the month.
Most of the time, the first three pages of a Google search are the ones most often read. After the first three pages, interest wanes in searching the person further. Your job is to make sure that the first three pages are the real you and that you “push further down the list” anyone or anything else listed about you.
For example, capture in your learning log a brief assessment of the interview and your perception of what worked for you and what didn’t. Reflect on your performance and capture what you believe you should start doing, stop doing and do differently in terms of improving your interview skills.