After Jeff Bezos resigned as CEO of Amazon, a new CEO took over the reins of the company. Andy Gacy took over the position last July and since then the parcel company has taken further action. On the one hand, it is complete Fighting fake commentsOn the other hand, it is beginning to enjoy greater competition with other companies such as AliExpress, which It will install more than 600 wardrobes in Spain set of requests.
Gacy is exactly the right hand of Bezos, he started working for Amazon in 1997 and became one of the Key figures to drive sales diversification. Prior to taking over as CEO, he was responsible for Amazon Web Services (AWS), a cloud platform that generates more than 60% of the company’s revenue. According to Forbes magazine, her net worth is 177,000 million euros.
He has now made one of his first appearances during Career Day on LinkedIn, a major event for employment and the labor market. During an interview with Devin Banerjee, LinkedIn Business and Finance Editor, the business mogul shared General recommendations for job interviews and current job opportunities.
The basics of interviews
First, Jassy discovered that more and more people are looking for opportunities in Companies that match your personal passion This allows them to continue to grow professionally. On the other hand, it has also been observed that more and more employees have an interest in the companies they work for to have an impact on the world. “At the end of the day, a person wants to work for a company that they value for what they are,” he explained during the interview.
For this reason, it is recommended that candidates give up pretending in interviews and Be yourself throughout the selection process. In addition, to increase the involvement of recruits in these conversations, he believes that the most important thing is to “always start with a direct answer to the question asked, and then develop it.”
It is also considered necessary Demonstrate passion for the profession Or the position and always think of the customer. “We like people who are strategic and can see the big picture, but are also passionate about details. What I learned in my time at Amazon is that the best ideas come from the small details.”
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