Category: Interviewing Advice
Henry Goldbeck of Goldbeck Recruiting adds to the importance of questions when interviewing.
“I find it best to do two things in an interview. Be genuinely curious about the candidate and what/how/why/for whom they achieved in past positions or in school.
Keep asking questions until your curiosity is satisfied.
The goal is to get them talking and if you are lucky, … Read More »
With a seemingly ever-tightening economy, accountants – especially those who are just starting out – need more than just their professional knowledge to find and keep clients. Communication and interpersonal skills are instrumental to beating the competition.
What is said verbally is only part of what is communicated to a prospective client. Attire, body language, and … Read More »
What Can You Bring to This Role?
In every interview, there’s that one question that can make or break you: Why should I hire you over the other candidates? This is the question you should be prepared to answer above all others because it’s your chance to really sell yourself to the employer.
Choosing Your Answer
Although there’s … Read More »
Henry Goldbeck and Karen Epp of Goldbeck Recruiting give helpful insight on how to broach a discussion on salary.
“If the candidate is at later stages of interviewing they should know the salary range already. It is perfectly acceptable to ask for the salary range at the first interview or even before agreeing to the interview. When doing so the … Read More »
In response to Douglas Matus question, “What to Say During Salary Negotiation”, Henry Goldbeck and Karen Epp of Goldbeck Recruiting share their responses.
“If the candidate is at later stages of interviewing they should know the salary range already. It is perfectly acceptable to ask for the salary range at the first interview or even before agreeing to the interview. … Read More »