INTERVIEW PROCESS

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9 things never to do in a panel interview
So you’ve prepared for the phone interview, a video chat, the one-on-one interview and the salary conversation with HR. But, if you’ve forgotten to plan for a possible panel interview, you’ve missed a step.
5 ways candidates strike out when interviewing
A survey of companies who were questioned as to why they did not hire a qualified candidate resulted in the following reasons.
Best questions to ask in a job interview
It’s your turn! As your job interview comes to a close, one of the final questions you may be asked is, “What can I answer for you?” or “Do you have any questions for me?” Your interviewer will expect you to have some inquiries. Not asking any questions could make you seem unprepared or disinterested, so take the time to have some questions of your own ready to ask the hiring manager.
Interview preparation
Interviews can be tough – even for seasoned veterans. The interview is, however, your best opportunity to gain insight into the position and company, and to determine how your experience and talent can contribute to the company’s growth and profitability.
Preparing for a panel interview
Preparing for a panel interview is slightly different than other interviews. Some steps are the same, but there are a few extra areas to focus on when preparing.
Sample interview questions
Examples of common interview questions.
Follow up letter
A well-written and timely follow-up letter will enable you to make a positive impression and show your genuine interest in the position. It is an example of both your work habits and writing skills.

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RICK FRIBUSH

Partner, Practice Director - Accounting & Finance

Rick is a founding member of Chesapeake Search Partners and Practice Director for the Accounting & Finance Practice, facilitating all direct-hire and contractual searches within these fields. Rick began his career as a CPA in public/corporate accounting. He joined the recruiting industry in 1993 with The Mergis Group. He then went on to successfully lead the Accounting & Finance Practice for Stephen James Associates. As he continued those efforts throughout his tenure in the industry, he realized there was a lack of support for the demand of a recruiting partner in these industries within the Baltimore/DC market.

Rick graduated from Towson University with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting.

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