Since you will be interviewing with a company that is already privy to your past performance reviews, it is beneficial to be upfront about any poor performance reviews from the past and own up to your mistakes. On the other hand, if your past performance reviews were excellent and they may assist in propelling you as a viable candidate for the position, you should definitely ensure that these beneficial reviews are forwarded to the hiring manager and are readily available from you during the interviewing process.
5) Be Specific When Answering Questions.
As you are already apprised with the corporate culture and requirements as an employee within the company, apply previously acquired knowledge from your current position within the company to assist in securing this newly sought after position. Be thorough on how you are an asset to the company and be specific with the work you have done.
6) Ask For the Job.
No explanation needed.
Rashida Maples, Esq. is Founder and Managing Partner of J. Maples & Associates (www.jmaplesandassociates.com). She has practiced Entertainment, Real Estate and Small Business Law for 9 years, handling both transactional and litigation matters. Her clients include R&B Artists Bilal and Olivia, NFL Superstar Ray Lewis, Fashion Powerhouse Harlem’s Fashion Row and Hirschfeld Properties, LLC.
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