Prepare for the interview just like you would for any other interview
Answered - Auditor (Former Employee) - Detroit, MI
Come with not only a resume, but a portfolio. Show your actual work, awards, emails and give compliments to the interviewer such as, "Your wedding ring is so pretty, you're lucky." Also, dress to part. Make sure your looking like you're going to your own funeral. Blue suits with brown dress shoes and a nice tie are always a hit. For women, be very careful. Wear as little make up as you can, nude colors, long dressed and smile. It's definitely a competitive sport.
Answered - Customer Service Representative II (Current Employee) - Detroit, MI
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Answered - Analyst (Current Employee) - Detroit, MI
The usual tips; Dress professionally, be engaging, eager but not too eager, smile, be assertive, sure of yourself and your skills. Relax and wear a minimal amount of perfume or cologne. If you are nervous, don't show it be as professional as you dress.
Answered - Adjustment Analyst Duties (Former Employee) - Detroit, MI
Be dressed, be prepared, be on top of your skills
Answered - ms access database developer (Former Employee) - Detroit, MI
Ask about benefits now and at retirement. Ask about work flow, expectations.
Answered - Nurse Case Manager and Chronic Care Professional (Former Employee) - Detroit, MI
Be professional and be prepared
Answered - Regional Sales Manager (Current Employee) - Detroit, MI
Be on time all the time
Answered - Customer Service Rep (Current Employee) - Detroit, MI
Make sure you get a job description, or they will make things up as you go along!