Each individual is going to have his/her strong and weak points. You have to know your people and what they are good at, what drives them, how they handle feedback. A cohesive team is the overall goal, but you have to realize that teams are made up of individuals.
I had not used my accounting skills in over twenty years and was not sure how much I still remembered. Apparently it was good enough to be sent to a job on the first day.
They are highly considerable. I have good foundational knowledge of debit and credit, payables and receivables, I can use quickbooks and excel for accounting, and I am similarly good at manual accounting. I have done plenty of project works that include all of the skills mentioned above.
Great interview, lots of behavioral and fit. Asked
Hi. Are the chances of failing the personality test high? Reason being I answered it quickly in the middle of a hectic week, thus was not proud of some of the answers e.g. in Qs asking about science vs art, and whether I like attention (in one case, I answered I do, but the question came up again like 5 times, so I worry if they'll think I like attention too much, yet I just wanted to be consistent with my 1st answer.) What was your experience? Do they call one for interview either way, just to assess someone on more than just the test?