Description: It’s always nice to be prepared for that job interview, whether you are talking about next summer’s internship, a part-time job during the school year, or looking ahead to life after graduation. This week’s article tells us of some fascinating methods executives are using to help figure out if you’re the employee they are looking for. One CEO tells interviewees everything that’s wrong with the company, telling potential employees not to take a job there, all in an effort for honesty and getting the interviewees to be open as well.
Date: September 11, 2019
1) Are you thinking yet about preparing for job interviews for internships or your post-university work? If so, what are some things you have been doing?
2) In Chapter 3, page 106 of Wiley’s Financial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision-Making , we read about the process of analyzing transactions. Recruiting employees is very important to a business. How would you analyze the recruiting of a new employee using the process in Illustration 3-1?
3) What is the strangest interview question you have ever been asked?