How to Interview at BIG Companies

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, May 15, 2018
  • If you have a job interview with a BIG company and you used to work for a small one, they will have some concerns about your ability to transition from a small company atmosphere to a large one. In this video I'll show you how to overcome this hurdle of working for smaller companies and position yourself so that big companies will what to hire you.

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  • Ashley Krueger
    Ashley Krueger  a years ago

    Hi Don, I have a quick question. I had a company 'hire me' for a position. After they told me they were interested in me, they told me that they had to meet with the board before hiring me on. I haven't heard much from them within the month and they told me they'd get back to me earlier this month...should I move on? I have emailed me a few times but I have no clarity.

    Thanks for all of your help, I love your videos. Very helpful information!

    Best,
    Ashley

  • Deutsch Mann DU
    Deutsch Mann DU  a years ago +3

    Great tips always, thank you

  • uccellino giallo
    uccellino giallo  a years ago +1

    Hi Don, could you give me any suggestions on how to make an interview at an International Law Firm? They usually have an intermediate interviewer who is the Office Manager. This is not a lawyer. She/he is an employee who works as a supervisor and generally chooses the employees in the interviews. I have found very hard to break the ice with them. Besides, as you know, Law Firms are very formal work places and they pay attention to details. I have got a great deal of experience in this field as an employee/secretary, but I can't convince them to hire me... I am Paola and I am writing from Italy. PLEASE, HELP ME!