BEP 40 – 求職面試英語: 第一輪面試 (部分 1)

今天的商務英語播客ESL課程是由兩部分組成的系列中的第一部分,該系列緊隨求職者William Chow在一家國際銀行的首次採訪之後.

在此播客中,您將學習如何應對一些典型的第一輪比賽 英語求職面試題. 一路上,您還將為求職面試練習一些很棒的新詞彙和有用的短語.

在對話中,我們將聽威廉(William)採訪,在商業國際有限公司香港主要分支機構的業務發展部門中擔任職位. 邁克·沃納, 香港商業國際有限公司人力資源經理, 正在進行面試.

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17 thoughts on “BEP 40 – 求職面試英語: 第一輪面試 (部分 1)”

  1. I can’t believe my luck….I have three very advanced students from Europe who have asked me if we can practice job interviews in classall are coming to the end of their university studies, and will be entering the job market, and all will be looking for jobs in financial institutions.
    Your two podcasts on this very subject are perfectthank you for making my job so much easier!

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  3. Ksenia Kharitonova

    Thank you more than much, this is a great piece of work.

    I’m just going to apply for a very good job in an international company, and it’s enormously useful for me.

  4. Thank you for the materials, it’s very useful for me as I’m looking for a new job right now.
    But may I suggest that to have some role play conversation regarding the secretarial or clerical job interviews?
    As I found the materials here are major regarding the management level interviews only, therefore I’m pleased to learn more about some general level job interviews.
    Thanks!

  5. Great idea Rebecca.
    We plan to cover different interview scenarios in later podcasts. Additionally we are writing a couple of vocabulary podcasts on administration/back office vocabulary that should also be useful for your particular need.
    Peter

  6. Thank you for these lessons. They are really very useful.
    I would like to hear a new lesson of this topic with the name: “Phone Screenings”. This is the very first phase of recruitment process, when the recruiter contacts you regarding the position you had applied for or wants to offer a new post. Phone screening has a crucial importance in the job quest because it may generate a first interview and lead to the job or you might be screened out immediately from he crowd of candidates.
    I think it would be useful for everybody who is looking for a job. Regards, Laszlo (from London)

  7. Another great idea. Thanks Laszio!
    We’ve been brainstorming a few of our own ideas on job interviews too, and we’ll definitely be releasing more podcasts on this topic in 2009.

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  9. First of all I’d like to express my deepest thanks to the whole group of BEP.
    It’s really worth listening to these podcasts.

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