[ID:0435]You want to work abroad. You've spent a lot of time preparing. You have researched hundreds of possibilities and sent your resume and a cover letter to a multitude of organizations. You have been in contact with a number of potential employers and, finally, you've been invited to an interview for a specific job.
The interview is the most critical point in your job search. It is here that an employer assesses your suitability for employment abroad, based on their criteria.
- How closely do you match the employer's ideal profile?
- Do you have the qualifications?
- Do you and the company share similar management styles?
- Will you present a good company image abroad?
- Will you survive culture shock?
Most candidates are nervous at the prospect of an interview. They feel they have no control, they are at the mercy of a recruitment officer or an interview team. But is the process really that one-sided, skewed to the candidate's detriment? Does the employer have anything to lose? You probably have these and other questions on...