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DO's an DON'Ts
Dress professionally. An interviewer will respond more positively to you and an employer is more likely to recruit someone who will best represent their company
Ensure you have clean shoes / hair / nails etc
Turn off your mobile
Be prepared. Research the company and prepare some questions
Give clear and concise answers
Think about the question before answering
Be confident. Remember to sell yourself (without appearing arrogant or aggressive!)
Allow the interviewer to wrap up the interview
Thank the interviewer(s) and reassert your interest in the company and the role.
Lead the interview - that's the interviewer's job
Show a lack of knowledge about the company and the role
Panic if there are periods of silence (do not talk for the sake of talking)
Exaggerate your experience and qualifications
Be evasive in any of your answers
Spend too long answering each question - if you feel the interviewer is not totally satisfied with your answer - qualify this by asking "would you like me to expand further on this"
Discuss the salary at your first interview unless it is specifically discussed with you
Criticise previous employers or jobs
Argue with the interviewer
Answer questions that are not asked
Volunteer any unnecessary information
Leave your mobile phone switched on.
Breaking The Ice
Talking About Previous Employers
Other Questions to Consider
Questions to Ask
DO's and DON'Ts
After The Interview
client job availability
I have no hesitation in recommending Keene and Lord as recruitment professionals, their style is both professional and mature and their mentoring gave me the opportunity to increase my experience and revenue within the recruitment sector.
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