From consumer goods, medical technology, military equipment and automotive and communications products, the electronics industry offers graduates numerous opportunities for specialisation.
Helping clients and business organisations reconcile between taxation demands and tax laws.
Troubleshooting and catching commercial risks before they even happen to ensure maximum turnover.
Internal auditors are the accounting “housekeepers” of a business organisation, keeping domestic checks on its accounts to ensure clarity and precision.
Performing investigative processes to expose frauds and illegitimate financial practices.
You won’t be "seen" in the board room, and you won’t be the victim of an on-screen sacking. So don’t feel obliged to behave like you’re taking part in reality TV.
Assessment centres aren’t all about tests and exercises – you’ll be expected to attend lunch or coffee breaks as well. Find out how to approach recruiters during these sessions!
Recruiters want to know how their future employees will juggle tasks and deal with tricky situations, so some of them test potential staff by using in-tray exercises and case studies that simulate working life.
Instead of just finding out what you are capable of, many employers are also interested in listening to what you like too. Here’s a quick guide to help you through such strengths-based interviews!
Breaking down the run-up to the interview into a series of manageable chunks and actions can really help a lot.