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Guide to Interviews - Prepare for Your Interview to Get That Job

Posted: 28 Jul 2011 10:04 AM PDT

Before attending an interview, you first have to sell yourself on a CV. It doesn't stop here, this is when you start to prepare for the interview by fact finding about the company and researching questions you want answering. The most important aspect of the interview is not only is the interviewer assessing your suitability for the role, but asking yourself if this is the right company for you, and will you fit in to the company's workplace. Once you have been successfully selected to interview stage you'll need to think about how to tackle the interview. The more prepared you are the more confident you will be.

Guide to Interviews: The Interview, How to Be at Your Best and Get That Job

Posted: 28 Jul 2011 09:45 AM PDT

Are you well groomed with tidy hair, shoes and clothing? Practice a good positive handshake, not too firm, not too weak. Are you well dressed, in a way that follows conventions in this job sector, at the conservative end of your own range? Dress in a way, which is in keeping with the culture you are in and the job for which you are being interviewed. If necessary find out what the accepted standards are beforehand. Plan a reliable way of getting there which allows you to be a few minutes early (not too late or too early and probably not on time because this means late when you've been delayed in reception or walking round their buildings). Recheck your paperwork and your "script" i.e. the smile, the first words "Hello, I'm John Smith, nice to meet you". Be polite to support staff you meet as they count too and they may Try not to monopolise the meeting - let your interviewer talk. Ask how the job contributes to the success, efficiency and profitability of the organisation. Try to show, that you have done some research, but try to avoid too much self-opinion.

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