Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Tips In A Job Interview

By: Maxwell Hurst
The second step in getting the job is meeting the potential employer for an interview. The first step that an applicant has successfully completed was sending your application and passing the screening process of the company.

The employer got the resume through a variety of sources that can be from an ad that was posted, a referral from a friend or a headhunter, or by a person who simply submitted an application by logging on the company’s website.

Here are a few tips that will help in having a successful interview;

• Before going to an interview, it is best to do some research about the company one is applying to.

• It is also best to practice with a friend or family member mock up questions that the employer will likely ask so you do not choke during the real interview.

• When you go for an interview, it is best to always arrive 10 to 15 minutes ahead of time. This shows employers that the person is punctual and serves as a good attribute in a potential employee.

• When meeting an employer, you should bring an extra copy of the resume and other documents that are needed if asked certain questions. A good example is architects and photographers who are professionals in the respective fields who have a portfolio of the works done which may impress the interviewer.

• It is always best to dress appropriately. This shows the employer sincerity on the part of the applicant applying for the job. One must have finger-nails and hair well groomed for the interview. The outfit worn should be professional. This would mean that shoes must be used to match the outfit. If you typically wear a lot of jewelry, it is advisable to remove and tone it down for the interview.

• When you are in front of the employer, smile and greet the interviewer with a firm (but not bone crushing) handshake which is always a good start to get the interview moving.

• During the course of the interview, listen very well to the questions asked. Each must be answered truthfully and confidently to be able to sell yourself to the potential employer.

• Afterwards, the applicant should thank the recruiter for the time that was given to meet for the interview.
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What to Know Before Giving an Interview

By: Sonia
Interview, the word itself sounds very scary for most of the people. But for some it is merely a conversation between two people. And it’s always easy for them to join a new job without any inquisition and hesitation. But, did they really know what to follow before giving an interview. If not, then, I am sure, their career gets shattered after a certain points. Because, it is the company’s structure and strategy that bring ones career to the point of success. And if the company is not well planned then it is only the employees who are the sufferers.

Hence, in this piece of article I am going to deal with some of the important points that should need to be followed before giving an interview and obviously that is going to enhance your career profile too.

Company Profile Review

This is the first and foremost step that every candidate should follow before going for an interview. It is only the company’s profile that helps in the career development. Hence, it is always advisable to review the company’s plans and strategies perfectly. See how is its annual growth, and infrastructure is. Also review how far the company stands in its sector. These factors somehow affect your career growth to a certain level.

Analyze Company Management

Company management is other most important point that should be considered before giving an interview. Because, it is the company’s management, which provide comfort and reassurance of job to its employees. It is always advisable to look after the company’s strategies including annual growth, increment, appraisal, and timings etc before giving an interview.

Is the company debt free or not?

Always try to find out that the company is under debt or not. If you find so and the answer is yes then it is always advisable for you to quit from the interview because this will not be a right place for you as your career get shattered here. Even though the company is offering good salary, you will not receive a job security.

Salary Structure

Money is the most important factor for doing a job. Hence, it is always necessary to take a perfect review of company’s salary structure. Put perfect eye on the basics and house rents structure of your salary. Also, view cast on medical and other perks under your salary structure. Be frank in asking annual increment and appraisal structure on the salary.

Know other employees view

Employees working in the office are the main source for getting full information about the company. Try to know the views of other employees of the company about the company structure and management. This will also help you a lot in finding the right company for you and your growing career.

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