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Step 2. Research the company

Step 2. Research the company
As mentioned above, you are going to start your job search with a thorough research on the company. It is important to know if that the company really is what it claims to be, or if it might be a rip-off operation. After all, these type of companies do not just exist to make money: you will be working for a small team that will be working on a very important project, which is the real reason why you are there. So, your job will depend on your expertise.
Another thing that you have to look out for is whether or not the company will have a formal recruitment process. This, again, will depend on the nature of work available.
If the company does not have this kind of formal recruiting process, you will have to make your own way of applying. Once you make an application, you can follow the same steps that you used for your research and make sure that you provide all the necessary information. The application should include:
Full name
Company name
Company logo
Email address (if a member of management)
Phone number
Company website: In most cases, the first thing you should do is to visit the company website. As with most other jobs, you are going to find out the minimum requirements for the position (e.g. qualifications for management), and also the requirements that other employees might have to abide by. This helps to find out whether the company’s recruitment process is as strict as it should be.
Note: If you need to go through the hiring process manually – be prepared. Depending on the company or group you are a part of, you might have to submit several applications. Make sure that you are prepared to apply for the position yourself if you are required to do so.
Step 3. Find out the company’s qualifications
The next step in your job search will be finding out what is expected of you, and whether you are up to the job. In this stage, it will also help you to check whether or not your work habits really do fit the personality of the company. In most cases, companies will ask prospective employees to answer such questions as:
What do you see as your role role in the company’s strategy (if any)?
How strong of a recruiter do you require to be employed?
What skills do you foresee yourself needing to learn?
It helps you to figure out if you are capable of working with a certain type of people, or if you are a perfect fit for the team. This information can be used to tailor your resume, and when you are applying on a company’s official website, you might need to provide some personal details such as your hobbies, values, and the type of work that you do.
Step 4. Find out if the company pays for relocation expenses and other expenses
Depending on the kind of position that you apply for, the company will ask you to complete a “job application” for the company. It is important to know if you can afford the relocation expenses or not. In any case, if a company asks you to do so for relocation purposes, you will need to provide certain documents.
The employer might also ask you to provide “personal statements” for this particular work. In many cases, you will have to provide a copy of a school diploma, college certificate