Host said: It's always hard to know what to expect when going in for that interview -- and preparation can make all the difference. What is the interview process like at T-Mobile?
Any advice on striking the right note?
I had a phone interview yesterday and the recruitor was very professional and prepared. As was I. I always do my homework on the company I'm going to interview for, just go on line and look up who the CEO is, where the hqts is located, product(s) they make. I always look up the investor relations to see what the company makes, and how the company is doing, this prepares me for what I will be asking in salary. This, I find, really helps in a interview when you can throw something out there like, for example; I see in the last quarter your sales were up 20% in xyz product....it always impresses them. Be prepared with questions to ask as well. Look this up as well, if you don't know what to ask them, they're ideas on line you can use. example; why did the last person leave in this position? I also jot down answers to questions I've asked them, it makes them see you're really interested in the company....hope this helps. (It might vary if your interviewing on the retail side)take with you letters, awards, or anything you might have achieved given to you by other companies, especially if your on the retail side, this will impressed them as well.