JOB INTERVIEW
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18-02-2011, 12:53 PM



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JOB INTERVIEW
INTERVIEW BLUNDERS
Don't Prepare

Not being able to answer the question "What do you know about this company?"
Dress Inappropriately
Poor Communication Skills

• Shake hands (IF OFFERED)
• Make eye contact
• Display confidence
• Let the interviewer know that you are an excellent candidate before you even answer an interview question.
Too Much Communication
Leave the cell phone behind or at least turn it off before you enter the building

Talk Too Much
The interviewer really doesn't need to know your whole life story
Don't Talk Enough
Don’t answer a question with a word or two
Fuzzy Facts

• Make sure you know the information
– Dates of prior employment
– Graduation dates
– Employer contact information
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23-02-2011, 02:24 PM

Job interviewing never seems to get any easier - even when you have gone on more interviews than you can count. You are meeting new people, selling yourself and your skills, and often getting the third degree about what you know or don't know. Here are job interview tips to help prepare you to interview effectively. Proper preparation which help alleviate some of the stress involved in job interviews.
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02-03-2011, 04:17 PM

Thank You for share.
Please tell me more about job Interview.
Job Interview Is different for all Organizations
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15-03-2011, 11:47 AM

Job interviewing never seems to get any easier - even when you have gone on more interviews than you can count. You are meeting new people, selling yourself and your skills, and often getting the third degree about what you know or don't know. Here are job interview tips to help prepare you to interview effectively. Proper preparation which help alleviate some of the stress involved in job interviews.
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18-03-2011, 05:36 PM

Make sure you know the information
– Dates of prior employment
– Graduation dates
– Employer contact information

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23-03-2011, 03:23 PM

This is the basic thing which should be remember while giving the interview. Shake hands (IF OFFERED) • Make eye contact • Display confidence. All the things are very necessary in the interview.
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04-04-2011, 01:31 PM

Thanks for sharing valuable information about job interview . Next week I have to go for Interview in a large company . Please suggest me the questions that are mostly asked by the employer . I shall be grateful .
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28-04-2011, 04:28 PM

Thank you for sharing information for us.Tomorrow i am going for job interview,these tips are very helpful for me,so if you have more idea's so tell me......
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27-05-2011, 11:21 AM

i agree with some of your ideas.
what u have done is a gr8 job,hope this will help all of those who r preparing for job interview
i have some suggestions
1.DRESS WELL
2.CONFIDENCE
3.PREPARE ABOUT THE COMPANY
4.SELF INTRODUCTION(in this section first of all u have to tell ur name then ur current qualification abt ur education, abt ur family and ur ambition i.e,wat r u trying to achieve in that company )
5.MORE OR LESS IT ALSO DEPENDS ON UR LUCKSmile
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25-09-2012, 10:30 AM

How To Prepare Your Job Interview


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Tell me about yourself.
Don’t launch into an autobiography. Instead, state the things about yourself that you want the interviewer to know. Give specifics to prove each of your strengths.

What makes you think you’re qualified to work for this company? Or, I’m interviewing 120 people for two jobs. Why should I hire you?
This question may feel like an attack. Use it as an opportunity to state your strong points: your qualifications for the job, the things that separate you from other applicants.

What two or three accomplishments have given you the greatest satisfaction?
Pick accomplishments that you’re proud of, that create the image you want to project and implimentation, and that enable you to share one of the things you want the interviewer to know about you. Focus not just on the end result, but on the problem-solving and thinking skills that made the achievement possible.

Why do you want to work for us? What is your ideal job?
Make sure you have a good answer – preferably two or three reasons you’d like to work for that company. If you’re interested in this company, do some research so that what you ask for is in the general ballpark of the kind of work the company offers.

What college subjects did you like best and least? Why?
This question may be an icebreaker; it may be designed to discover the kind of applicant they’re looking for. If your favourite class was something outside your major, prepare an answer that shows that you have qualities that can help you in the job you’re applying for.

What is your class rank? Your grade point? Why are your grades so low?
If your grades aren’t great, be ready with a nondefensive explanation. If possible, show that the cause of low grades now has been solved or isn’t relevant tot the job you’re applying for.

What have you read recently? What movies have you seen recently?
The questions may be icebreakers; they may be designed to probe your intellectual depth.

Show me some samples of your writing.
Many jobs require the ability to write well. Employers no longer take mastery of basic English for granted, even if the applicant had a degree from a prestigious university. The year you’re interviewing, go through your old papers and select the best ones, retyping them if necessary, so that you’ll have samples if you’re asked for them. If you don’t have samples at the interview, mail them to the interviewer immediately after the interview.

Where do you see yourself in five years?
Employers ask this questions to find out if you are a self-starter or if you passively respond to what happens. You may want to have several scenarios for five years from now to use in different kinds of interviews. Or you may want to say, “Well, my goals may change as opportunities arise. But right now, I want to … .”

What are your interests outside work? What campus or community activities have you been involved in?
While it’s desirable to be well-rounded, naming 10 interests is a mistake: the interviewer may wonder when you’ll have time to work. If you mention your fiancé, spouse, or children in response to this question (“Well, my fiancé and I like to go sailing”), it is perfectly legal for the interviewer to ask follow-up questions (“What would you do if your spouse got a job offer in another town?”), even though the same question would be illegal if the interviewer brought up the subject first.

What have you done to learn about this company?
This question may also be used to see how active a role you’re taking in the job search process and how interested you are in this job.

What adjectives would you use to describe yourself?
Use only positive ones. Be ready to illustrate each with a specific example of something you’ve done.

What is your greatest strength?
Employers ask this question to give you a chance to sell yourself and to learn something about your values. Pick a strength related to work, school, or activities. Be ready to illustrate each with a specific example of something you’ve done.

What is your greatest weakness?
Use a work-related negative, even if something in your personal life really is your greatest weakness.
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30-10-2012, 02:04 PM

Hey thanks for sharing this ppt on Job interview. All the tips are very useful.
Thanks again.
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28-10-2013, 04:11 PM

I am also going to share some of the best tips to overcome the Fear and win in the Interview
1) One of the Common Mistake that everyone is going through is Not well Preparing for the Interview. So try to get Prepared for the Interview well before
2) Your Body Language should be Good, not Arrogant or Unconcerned , It let them you down. So keep an Eye on your Body Language
3) It is better to Know the names of the persons and their positions of the Interview panel Members, It sometimes helps to aid your Performance
4) If the Person is belongs to Human Resource Management , they will ask the Questions on the Soft skills and team fit, If he Belongs to Engineering, They definitely ask about the Technical Things. So Prepare on those well
5) Tell your opinions and Answers as Brief and Clear as Possible, It gives a Good Impression on you
6) Make sure your Needs are Entitled during the Interview process itself
Even though, your Application is Unsuccessful, Greet with a Smile and leave the room. It makes you to attract them a bit.
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06-11-2013, 03:22 PM

Thank You for sharing.It is very informative. Nice work!I'm sure it'll greatly benefit the community.
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20-03-2014, 04:58 PM

Tell the truth. Tell them you had applied for both jobs at the same time, and it seemed the day care job was not an option. Tell them that you greatly appreciate the opportunity the hotel job provides, but the day care position is more in line with your career interests.
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03-10-2014, 05:51 PM

communication skills is always required to excel in anything
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