We here at Hammersonn believe in the development of each and every individual’s career.


There will be a time when you reach a stage in life when you ask yourself about your career and the direction to take at the crossroads. We here at Hammersonn believe in the development of each and every individual’s career. With the many years experience of our consultants we would be able to advise you on some of the alternatives available.

 

In today’s competitive work environment it takes a special individual to be dynamic and flexible to make changes and accept them. We work with strong and firm values and roots catering to International firms and organizations. The synergy between East meets West is ever changing and Hammersonn acts as a bridge to understand your needs and expectations with that of the clients and to present you to the best of our ability.


How to prepare yourself for an interview?

 

Job interviewing never seems to get any easier - even when you have gone on more interviews than you can count.


Here are some common interview questions to help prepare you to interview effectively.

 

 


 

"Tell me about yourself..."

Be prepared to talk for two minutes about yourself.  Be logical.  Start anywhere, such as high school, college or your first professional position.  The interviewer is trying to evaluate your communication skills and linear thinking.  You may try to score a point or two by describing a major personal attribute.

 

"Why are you leaving your current position?"

This is a very critical question.  Don't bad mouth your previous employer or co-workers or sound too opportunistic.  It's fine to mention major problems, a buy-out or a shutdown.  You may want to state that after long personal consideration, your chance to make a contribution is very low due to extensive company-wide changes.


"What do you consider your most significant accomplishment?"

A good answer to this question can get you the job. Prepare extensively—discuss hard work, long hours, pressure and important company issues at stake. You may want to tell a two minute detailed story, discussing personal involvement

 

"What are your career goals? Where do you see yourself five or ten years from now?"

Be realistic!  Pie-in-the-sky goals label you as immature.  One or two management jumps in 3-5 years is a reasonable goal.  If your track record indicates you're in line for senior management in 10 years, then mention it.  If you've had a rocky road, be introspective.

 

"Why should we hire you for this position? What kinds of contributions would you make?"

This is a good chance to summarize. By now, you should know the key problems. Restate and show how you would address them. Don't be arrogant—instead demonstrate a thoughtful, organized and strong attitude.

 


 

Feel free to contact us for a detailed discussion.
Our experienced consultants with an extensive network throughout Asia Pacific would be more than able to develop and advise you on your career.

 

We look forward to working with you on a partnership basis. Thank you for visiting Hammersonn and we look forward to serving you.