The interview is the most important step in the hiring process. Finding a job by profession is not a difficult task, but the selection conditions for different employers may vary. In one company, to get an offer, it is enough to pass a two-minute interview, and in another, to get an offer, you will have to work hard. Vechernyaya Moskva found out in which professions the selection of a candidate is the most difficult and multi-level.
As Ilgiz Valinurov, business coach and professional expert in the labor field, told VM, the number of stages of the interview does not depend on the vacancy, but on the employer. For some, it is normal to hold 5-7 meetings, while someone is ready to make an offer after a short dialogue with the candidate. The multi-level stage of employment, as a rule, is valid for more serious and better paid positions, the speaker clarified:
The lower the position, the faster the decision is made. For example, a sales assistant or any other representative in the service sector will have a quick hiring process.
If we take the position of a top manager, whose salary starts at 500 thousand rubles, then the candidate will have to hold from three to seven meetings with the first people of the company to hear the coveted “You are accepted!”, the announcer assured:
– In many ways, a large number of interviews are conducted in international companies operating in the Russian Federation. Thus, at Chanel a few months ago, even for the position of secretary, seven meetings were prepared. Four of them were held by HR managers, the next two were held by department heads, and the final meeting was held by the CEO, who is responsible for brand development in Russia.
At the same time, the decision-making process, whether the candidate was approved or not, was very fast, Valinurov pointed out:
— The seven interviews were conducted in two or three days. And the applicant very quickly received a positive or negative response to the vacancy.
IT specialists are included in the list of professions that also pass multidisciplinary competitions to get a job:
– Such applicants go through at least three selection stages. This is the process of personal communicative contact with the employer, passing the test tasks and additional tasks that need to be completed. In some cases, the candidate may be required to pass additional tests.
A name manager is another area where the terms of employment involve ten interviews, a long trial period, and a trial week:
— But even going through all these stages does not give any guarantee that you will be hired.
The expert recommends that everyone who is looking for work, after receiving offers, carefully read the information about the company, its representatives and working conditions:
– If they make you an offer, ask for two days to learn a little more about the company. At the same time, Internet reviews left by former employees should not be trusted, as unsuccessful employees write negatively.
An assurance that the employer is taking the candidate seriously is the offer to pass a test assignment. According to Valinurov, 50 percent of applicants reject this important stage and make a big mistake.
An offer to perform a task is a signal that you are already 60 percent close to receiving an offer. The rest depends on your result: you did it, you got a job, no, you have to fire yourself, Valinurov concluded.
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