Don't take a job without it
By Nick Corcodilos
When you're considering a job offer, how's your "due
diligence"? Do you do it in the job interview, or do you
actually spend some time researching the company in advance, so
you can form a clear judgment about it?
Most people research a prospective employer minimally. Some
go no farther than reading a want ad or a job description, and
asking the manager a few questions in the job interview...
You've just read a short selection of
one of nine books that comprise Fearless Job
Diligence: Don't take a job without it!
is now an enhanced section of
Ask The Headhunter
Fearless Job Hunting
Eight: Play Hardball After The Interview
Myth-Busting Answers For Fearless Job Hunters:
- Put the manager on notice
- Skip The Resume: Call the CEO
- Do they owe me feedback after an interview?
- What's the secret to the thank-you note?
- Avoid Disaster: Check out the employer
- How can I push the hiring decision?
- Playing hardball with slowpoke employers
- One interview stalled, one moving too fast
- Line up your next target
- Thanks is not enough
- Due Diligence: Don't take a job without it
- Judge the manager
- Get an answer at the end of the interview
8 How to Say It tips
PLUS: 4 sidebars packed with advice to give you the insider's edge!
Eight: Play Hardball
After The Interview
is the brutally honest, forthright and insightful
headhunter who serves up tough love to job seekers
while taking job boards and others to the
woodshed." U.S. News & World
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Getting the truth about private companies
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