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Many foreign-born executives who either come to the US to work or are looking for a new job while in the US, don’t fully grasp the US interview process. It is, as in many countries, multi faceted, but the steps involved can be difficult if not mastered ahead of time.
Here are some pointers to be aware of and pitfalls to avoid:
Getting the correct provisions into the contract depends upon how successful you are in your negotiations. This article sets forth several techniques that can be employed to obtain the best deal possible.
Newfield, President of Career-Resumes.com, explains how to best
present job change after a short tenure on your resume and during an interview.
Q. “Having recently
started in a COO position, the company experienced an internal
restructure and I moved into a VP position instead. Due to the
uncertain future of the company I will be moving on after only 1 year.
How do you suggest I explain this within my resume / CV and then at