Marisol Mac. templates. May 03rd , 2017.
Be sure to be a little careful when answering this one. There's no need to be extremely honest. If you've applied to a large firm, it is understood that you might have applied to others as well. You can always say that this is my first choice so I haven't applied elsewhere yet, but depending on the recruitment stage, I might have to apply elsewhere.
There are a few things you should be informed of, about your prospective employer. These are few questions you may want to ask to your employer.
If the job profile is of a non-managerial level, and you mention terms that are in line more with a managerial level job, like supervision, policy making, or staff training, it's likely that they might find you overqualified to fill the vacancy. Instead, focus more on work-specific points that are demanded of the position you are applying for. For example, if you tell them that your core strengths are bookkeeping, payroll, spreadsheet or database creation, it would earn you more brownie points. You have to research the job well and make a customized resume.
At this point, do not ask about the salary and other compensations. This will come for the next round of interviews. Or perhaps, if they have finalized you, they will start the discussion.
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