The Interview Road Map
- Company Drug Test/Google
- Samples of Your Work
- The Interview
- Cover Letter
- Follow-Up Email
- Dress for Success
- Do Your Homework/Field Checks
Be prepared that most savvy employers will want to speak with past supervisors and ideally the ones who managed you last, so once you start getting close to an offer make sure you have their names/numbers handy and call them to give them a heads up.
IF you feel that the last supervisor is truly going to be unfair as a reference then give someone who hired you initially or managed you the longest time. Often companies will want a supervisor, client, peer and subordinate, so be prepared.
Also, companies can verify your income so be honest about what you make it’s very easy for companies to get this information.