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Direct-hire Sr Compensation Analyst Opportunity With a Great Company in Richardson, TXSenior Compensation Analyst
General Summary: The Compensation Analyst is responsible for the analysis, program administration and implementation of compensation programs consistent with the goals and objectives of the company. Provides advanced consultative technical expertise, guidance and recommendations on base pay management and incentive programs. Communicates Compensation knowledge and practices to HR team members and other employees, including executive management.
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By Beth Braccio Hering, CareerBuilder Writer
In a tough job market, landing an interview is a major accomplishment. When such opportunity knocks, be ready to show why you’re the candidate to hire. Here are five tips that can help job seekers make a great impression.
Do your homework
Erika Milonas, director of campus recruitment for The McTigue Financial Group (part of Northwestern Mutual) in Chicago reviews more than 1,000 résumés a year and interviews about 400 candidates to choose 40 for the company’s internship program. With such competition, it would seem that interviewees would be incredibly prepared, but that isn’t always the case.
Milonas finds some candidates unable to answer the simple question, "What do you know about The McTigue Financial Group and Northwestern Mutual?" She calls failure to be able to discuss the company at this basic level a "deal breaker," regardless of how the rest of the interview went.
Since most businesses have websites, learning about a potential employer is relatively easy. Find out what the company does and its main products/services, and be familiar with recent developments in the industry.
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