By Varun Ralhan
Whether you are an intern or an experienced professional, the interview is a big part of the hiring process. With so much at stake, the interview process can be an anxious affair – but it doesn’t have to be so if you practice tips shared by IBM ASEAN Recruitment Leader, Varun Ralhan.
IBM receives countless numbers of curriculum vitaes (CVs) or applications daily. Hence corporations like us have rigorous shortlisting processes to ensure that candidates land in the right job roles based on their strengths and experiences.
IBM’s hiring process is standardized globally beginning with reviewing CVs, shortlisting the best candidates, and meeting candidates face-to-face in an interview.
Here are some tips to prepare you for an interview with us.
Remember the purpose of your interview.
By the time you step into that interview room, the hiring manager has already reviewed your resume and knows…
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I am sorry for posting so unsorted stuff lately (i am jumping back and forth in time and most of my material is already scheduled to fill the next week (I’ll be away in Nice starting on thursday) but well…
This one is still left from the workshop in the Berlin Zoo, a semi sleeping white wolf, looking so fluffy (IT’S SO FLUFFY I’M GONNA DIE!!! – just to quote ‘despicable me’ once in my lifetime 😉 ) – I like this somehow shy look in her pose, facing slightly away and so on…
Yes, by now you might get it: I am all over the place, I am completely bonkers actually and yes… Will all be better soon, i guess – for now please enjoy this wolf.
This could be the last Image from the famous Berlin Gendarmenmarkt – though I am not completely sure about that.
Only thing I know is, that I have now officially spent more days here in Germany than there are left. I made it throgh the half of it, now I’ll manage to do the rest as well.
Two and a half weeks left in my hometown and then a week of London (which me and my BF are arlready preparing for – In case you have any suggestions or tips, go ahead and please tell me 😉 )
I am a little unsure on why I ike the one above. I would prefer the monochrome pictures I took from that place without any second thought but this is somehow intriguing as well. I like the contrast between the deep and glowing blue and the yellowishly lit facades of the buildings…
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