Six tips to make a good impression in a jobs interview
if you are someone who does not know how to dress, you sweaty hands, you get nervous or you agobios when thinking in unexpected situations or awkward silences in a job interview, it is best to relax and have clear some tips to make a good printing. care for the verbal and nonverbal language, not come too soon and inform previously are points to keep in mind.
according to human resources experts careertracing.com , “the first impression is crucial, although no immediate reason for discarding”. however it is necessary to consider some practical advice:
1. “neither early nor late”:
we must never late, but not half an hour before. it is best to present yourself 10 minutes before the interview. if you arrive too early is advisable to shop around
2. “casually elegant”:
casually elegant to go interview is neat and clean. but needless appearing to go to a wedding. this issue depends on the type of company for which you present (if facing the audience or an office), but usually not involving an element of discard (although important)
research gives very bad impression in an interview introduce without having soaked in the company. check out their website, looking at their profiles on social networks or on youtube. you can not get to an interview and not having soaked with some info
4. “eye contact and do not overdo”:
eye contact and do not overdo in terms of nonverbal communication is recommended to have a correct posture, try -as far as possible- show no visible nerves, eye contact but not uncomfortable , keep your hands on the table, not to exaggerate the gestures and avoid horseplay or hobbies. also should not expect to occur but sitting up and always shake hands.
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5. “correct language, be smart”:
correct language, be smart should follow the line of language that marks the interviewer, if not intimate terms, not tutear, but if you relax the language and loosening the interview, follow that line
6. “what are the conditions?”:
is not frowned upon ask for the salary, but should be done with elegance. better ask ‘conditions’ of work for the money. about personal issues, trying to serve to complete the interview but never mark the storyline, well, we know that in most of the questions ‘trap’ (most of our personality) no correct answer and that all have negative points, it is important to present the shortcomings as virtues, that is, if one is ‘anxious’ submission so that prove that what happens to us is that we like to do things early to come out perfect.