- Avoid asking questions that are answered in the company’s annual report or employment brochure. Recruiters are familiar enough with their own information to recognize when you haven’t done your homework. If some information in the annual report isn’t clear to you, by all means ask for clarification.
- Don’t bring up salary or benefits in the initial interview. This is a major mistake. The majority of companies
Source: “Turning the Tables in the Interview” | Original Publication: Career Recruitment Media, Inc. | Subjects: “Interviewing” Companies, Interviewing