Tag: questions

4
Apr

Negative Body Language During an Interview & Question Categories Avoid these actions, so the interviewer knows you are interested. These actions are also distracting and annoying. Doing this”Avoiding eye contact; Makes the interviewer think you are”Dishonest, indifferent, insecure, nervous, passive Doing this”Biting lip; Makes the interviewer think you are”Anxious, fearful, nervous Doing this”Scratching head; Makes the interviewer think you are”Bewildered, confused Doing this”Flaring nostrils; Makes the interviewer think you are”Angry, frustrated Doing this”Folding arms; Makes

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2
Apr

During the Interview Session: Some Do’s and Don’ts Employers have four main concerns when hiring a new employee:1. Do you have the skills and experience to do the job? 2. What kind of person are you? 3. Will you fit in at the company and benefit us? 4. What will you cost us? When asked, “Why do you think you are a fit for this job?”, answer with: – I have the potential to benefit

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26
Mar

Plan & Prepare for Your Interview

Plan & Prepare for Your Interview – Know your resume inside and out, line item by line item. Know your cover letter too. Be prepared to explain each item. – Call ahead the day before the interview to confirm your appointment. – Know the exact address of where you are going. Know the directions of how to get there and how long it takes (including traffic time). – Know everything you can about the person

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22
Mar

Sample Closing Questions During the end of an interview, when the hiring manager or recruiter ask if you have any questions for them, ALWAYS SAY “YES” and fire away! Never, never, never say you have zero questions. To order the full presentation or have Matthew Warzel speak at your event, please contact him directly @ (216)246-9900 or warzel@mjwcareers.com (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

26
Feb

Here are some sample closing questions to ask a company before the end of your interview. You always want to make sure you research a company prior to attending an interview, so you can be as educated as possible. Remember, your competition is doing this legwork. On top of finishing with verbage relating to the company, industry and specific job you are interviewing for, you want to add some of these below questions in the

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