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interview advice

 
#1 interview advice
04/11/2004 23:44

ian

Is it acceptable to take a folder to interviews containing a cv and some questions that I wouild like to ask during the interview? How do interviewers view this? Your thoughts would be appreciated

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#2 Re: interview advice
05/11/2004 12:36

fritz

at least with regard to the CV my definite answer would be a NO ! The interviewer certainly expects you to have your CV in your brain. Questions in written form also imply that the candidate cannot sort out the facts with his mind only. Rgds

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#3 Re: interview advice
10/11/2004 12:28

Tricia

how interesting that we have different views on this one. I am disappointed by any candidate for interview who does not bring some paperwork. They would really have to impress me to make up from this. A quick glance down at a short list of points to be covered works for me (obviously *not* spending time rootling round)as well in an job interview as in any other meeting which has been the subject of thoughtful preparation. I would expect them to have a copy (and a spare) of their CV with them, too.

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#4 Re: interview advice
10/11/2004 13:46

Rodger

Your discussion above reminds me that the underlying attitude during the job search (always actually) should reflect who you are and what your value base is - The rest will fall into place, establishing a good/mutual fit with the right organization - Given the diversity of the world today it is impossible to nail down the "right thing" to do: Your rule of thumb is to put yourself in the interviewers shoes and ask what you would like to see of an interviewee - Works for me! Across the board you will attract a fit and will lose that which doesnt (pay the price happily!)- Self esteem soars and stress levels abate -

Frantic compliance with mediocrity is such a waste of time!

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