10 factors to consider in a job search/ interview process

 



The following are 10 points which I published on LinkedIn from a business perspective, but which are also highly relevant from a candidate perspective, while looking for or interviewing for a new job (other than of course elements such as the salary offered and the possibility of career advancement).

https://www.linkedin.com/posts/briddohertyappriou_preparing-for-the-future-10-factors-to-activity-6849423595899289600-saS

When changing/considering a job change, the following points may help you evaluate what the hiring company has to offer you:

resilience, adaptability, hybrid workplace models, technology advancement, training employees on digital and soft skills, creating an inclusive workplace, agile change management, increasing customer satisfaction, ensuring data security/compliance, and fostering a positive work environment.


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