So you have just been to an interview and there is a strong chance you will be offered a job. However, you’re having doubts about this potential employer. Maybe you weren’t really keen on applying here in the first place, or maybe your intuition is giving you that feeling na parang may mali. A lot of times, people tend to forget that recruitment is a process of mutual pursuit. Sure, you are selling yourself and your skills, but the company is also selling itself as a good employer. While there is no way to truly know a company during the short application and interview period, there are some warning signs you need to look out for when considering an employer overseas:
1. You have no idea what the job is about. Even worse… the interviewer doesn't seem to know much about the work & job or the company either. Kung mukhang nangangapa ang interviewer, it could be a sign that the company has no clear direction or vision, which could make it difficult to work in. If you’re faced with this situation, don’t hesitate to ask your interviewer any questions you may have about the job or company.