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Procedural Questions

January 23, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Job Interview Tips

Procedures are a part of life, especially in the working world. Each company has their own set of policies and rules that they expect their employees to follow. An interviewer is going to ask questions to determine if you would do things they way they want (for instance making a sale or handling a customer …

Put a Positive Spin on Everything

January 23, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Job Interview Tips

A potential employer wants to hire people with a positive attitude. You should project this image in your demeanor, facial expressions, and most importantly in the content of your answers. You may be the strongest candidate that the interviewer has seen but you still will not get the job if you are negative and insult …

Dont be Late for an Interview

January 23, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Job Interview Tips

This may seem obvious, but it happens way too often. No matter the reason, there is no excuse for it (besides an injury or family emergency and then kudos for you for showing up). Getting lost, bad traffic, or losing track of time doesnt matter to an interviewer. They are taking time away from their …

Responding to Taboo Questions

January 23, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Job Interview Tips

Not all interview questions are acceptable. There are certain topics that should not be brought up and information that a potential employer has no right asking for. Some of these questions are not legal and others while legal may leave you feeling uncomfortable. You do not have to answer certain questions, but how you let …

The Panel Interview

January 23, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Job Interview Tips

An interview is stressful; you are on display and have to sell yourself as the best candidate for a position in a company. The only thing worse than an interview is the panel interview when two or more people are asking you questions and watching your every move. This situation may not intimidate everyone, but …