I am an Associate Consultant for our HR recruitment team specializing in helping bilingual candidates reach their next career step and navigate their way through the job market.
Candidates often underestimate the importance of after-interview questions.
Not only this is a great opportunity for you to know more about the company, it is also an opportunity to showcase your honest interest and expertise in the company’s industry. Do not hold back and prepare a separate set of questions for each interview round. For the first round aim at something more broad, and as you progress closer and closer to getting your dream position, narrow it down to company specifics. I guarantee that the interviewers will appreciate your proactive stance, and you will stand out from the candidates who are not willing to go as far with their company research. Plus, in case the responses of your interviewers do not seem to align with your image of the company, you will have the necessary information about whether the position is a good fit for you or not.
Born in Russia and raised in England and the US, I got my dual Bachelor degree, Japanese studies and Sociocultural anthropology at the University of California, San Diego.
I also hold a Masters degree for International Hospitality Management from Glion Institute of Hospitality Management, Switzerland. I speak Russian and English fluently, and am in the course of improving my Japanese from business to fluency level.