Rocking the second interview

05/13/2009 | Forbes

A second interview is usually far more in depth than the first. When you make it to this stage, you can expect to meet senior managers and potential co-workers. "They dig deeper into your technical skills, and make connections about how you'd add value and solve issues in the department," says ING talent executive Chantal Verbeek-Vingerhoed.

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