How Will You Impact the Bottom Line If Offered a Job?

June 14th, 2018

When you interview for a job, your goal is to convince the hiring manager you’re the best candidate. Since the ultimate purpose of every employee is to enhance business operations so the company is more profitable, you can increase your chances of being hired by showcasing how you’ll make a positive impact on the organization’s bottom line.

Showing you’ll make a difference to the organization is important because:

  • Companies want to know they’ll get their money’s worth. When you are hired, the business wants to know you’ll bring in enough value to justify the salary you are being paid. To show you’re worth hiring, provide examples to the hiring manager showing your past successes. You can detail how you helped develop new and more efficient processes at your old company; specify awards you won; or provide examples of how you beat sales or production quotas.
  • The hiring manager wants to see how you’ll add value to the team. A business wants to hire someone who isn’t afraid to step outside of their job description and pitch in where necessary to help the business succeed.  Provide details on projects you’ve worked on with others successfully and ways you’ve pushed yourself to go beyond just doing the basics.
  • The business wants to know you’re committed to its success. A company doesn’t want to hire someone who is only there for a paycheck and doesn’t care about helping the business to thrive. You want to showcase how your skills will help the organization accomplish its goals by ensuring the information you provide about your skills and abilities matches what the company is looking for in a candidate.

By showcasing how you will add value to the organization and help the company improve its bottom line, you’ll become an in-demand candidate. Of course, you need to land an interview first to have the best chance of getting hired. SmartTalent can help you find work in Kirkland, Fife, Renton, Lacey, Lynwood, Everett and surrounding areas, so give us a call today to find out about the assistance we can offer.

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