Thursday, April 28, 2011
- Leave the personal compliments for another time
- No sob stories allowed
- Definitely no crying during interviews
- Don’t tell about illnesses or pre-existing conditions, unless required to do so
- Do not complain about your old job or boss
- Do not lie
- Don’t use slang
Sunday, April 24, 2011
- In a professional gathering, the more relevant you can be, the more likely you are to get connected to people who may be able to help you
- It takes real commitment to remain actively productive during working hours. Just keep in mind that real productivity pays off, big time.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Monday, April 18, 2011
- To blend in with your office better and to know how things work, notice and learn the rules and norms followed by the people around you.
- Show your kindness and appreciation who is kind enough to help you out on the first few days of work or while learning a task.
Friday, April 15, 2011
- Don't generalize about personal qualities or past job titles in your resume. Instead, give specifics about your skills and experience
- While on an official call, speak clearly and be polite at all times. Your voice and content should be clear to the person on the other end.
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
|Before your interview find out everything you can about the company (read their annual report which can be obtained by telephoning them). Re-read your application, thinking through your own career and the questions they might ask you. You should try to anticipate the general questions which they will ask and also prepare some questions to ask them.|
To do well at the interview you will need to convince the interviewer you are technically qualified to do the job. You will also need to show that you are sufficiently motivated to get the job done well and that you will fit in with the company's organizational structure and the team in which you will work.You should dress smartly for the interview and should leave home earlier than you need to on the day of the interview - you may be delayed by traffic or for other reasons. Be courteous to all employees of the company. At the interview itself you must be positive about yourself and your abilities - but do not waffle.
Frequently Asked Questions
All interview questions are designed to find out your ability to fit-in and contribute to the specific workgroup. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions to help you prepare for your interview:
Tell us about yourself?
Tell them in detail how your experience would relate to the position you are being interviewed for. Be as detailed as possible about your family background, educational background and previous job experience.
Why are you interested in this position?
Tell your employer why you chose to apply for this position. Explain why you are a perfect match for the position and how you will do full justice to the same. Use relevant examples from your family background, educational background and previous job experience.
What do you know about this company?
You should research the company well before applying to it. You must be prepared to discuss the industry, the company's relative size within that industry and show that you know who the major players and competitors are
What salary are you drawing?
The question is not difficult to answer – just be honest and give the figure. In all probability, your next employer may base your salary on this amount. However, the problem arises when you feel you are being underpaid in your current organization. You may feel tempted to lie, but do not give in, as checks can be easily made and you may be disqualified. In case you are getting additional perks, incentives or commissions, do not forget to mention them, as they are important while negotiating salary.
Identify What you have to offer?
Your education, training and experience—what you have done, know how to do and can do.
Remember all the skills, abilities and talents you possess that will make you an excellent employee.
Saturday, April 9, 2011
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