11 MUST DO'S DURING A
INTERVIEW

MUST DO’S DURING A JOB INTERVIEW 

 RESEARCH ABOUT THE COMPANY

Fail to do this and even basic questions like ‘why would you like to work here? Will Become hard to respond. It is also important at the end to ask smart and appropriate question

 DRESS THE PART

Although you can get away with ‘business casual’ for imaginative industry business interviews, employers expect you to look a certain way. If possible, both sexes should look to wear clean, ironed suits and it is important to be well groomed.

 BE POLITE 

Not only does this apply to the interviewing team, you also have to be respectful to the receptionist and any members of the staff you encounter. Greet them and smile with a ‘hello’ or ‘good morning With a ‘Hi Mr/Mrs/Ms’ and their nickname, welcome the interviewer. With a ‘Hi Mr/Mrs/Ms’ and their nickname, welcome the interviewer.

 EXPAND YOUR ANSWERS

A simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’ is never enough because it provides no real data. If you can not explain why you are the best candidate for the role, you have no chance of being employed to dispense with monosyllabic responses!

 BE WILLING TO RESPOND THE STANDARD QUESTIONS FOR THE JOB INTERVIEW.

Research the most frequently asked questions about the work interview and plan the answers in advance, personalized to each employer, and have good questions ready to ask the interviewers .Based on your analysis on what this employer and other employers pay for this work, base your answer

 ARRIVE EARLY 

Unfortunately, it is NOT an appropriate reason for being late to get caught in traffic. Look at least 10 minutes early, but 30 minutes is ideal because it allows you the ability to watch how workers communicate, allowing you a look at the atmosphere of the company.

 OUTLINE YOUR ACHIEVEMENT

You have to ‘market’ yourself to the recruiter, so talk about the things you have done to date with your profession, but make sure they are important to the job opportunity and the business of the business in general. Often, when talking about your talents and successes, be as precise as possible; this means using numbers and monetary figures where appropriate. 

 STRESS YOUR DESIRE

Make that point really plain if you decide the work is right for you. At the completion of the interview, some experts believe you should apply for the position out right .For nothing else, at least ask the interviewer when it comes to making the recruitment decision. 

 PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR BODY LANGUAGE

A disturbance may be weak body expression, such as playing with a pen, chewing gum, slouching and even brushing back hair. Skill yourself to avoid these negative habits if you find you have a propensity to do all of these. You should use supportive body language to replace them, including nodding, eye contact, laughing, and strong stance.

 MIND YOUR MANNER

Be friendly and welcome anyone you meet, including those in the elevator you meet. Give the interviewer a warm welcome as you enter the interview. Your interview will make or break these first few seconds. Don’t hesitate to thank the interviewer at the end of the interview for giving you the chance for the meeting. Bid farewell to the receptionist as you leave the office.

 LEAVE A LAST IMPRESSION

Always end on a polite and positive note…Everyone likes to be treated with courtesy so this kind of etiquette will help them to warm to you. finish with a great, closing statementAnd you should also be careful not to be too salesy.