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N. Rosaria-Devid17-05-2017 22:19
TIP 8: Things to avoid This while be the last Interview Tip and we will concentrate on the things to avoid. We have a compilation of the most important ones, remember that you are selling your skills and yourself, so improve constantly your skills and knowledge, do your best to convince the interviewers that you are perfect for that job and try to stay calm and relaxed.
Show up unprepared
If you do not take a while to analyze your skills, strengths, the company, what you want, what you expect, and so on, you may find yourself on an uncomfortable situation...
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N. Rosaria-Devid10-05-2017 22:46
TIP 7: Etiquette One of the most powerful tools available ’Etiquette’. Your etiquette and people skills can make the difference between an adequate performance and one that will get you to your next job. Manners and respect are the underlying foundation of good relationships, and good relationships translate to success.  Greet your interviewers as Ms or Mr
Most people prefer you call them by their first name. When was the last time someone instructed you to call them by their last name? So, what's the big deal?
There is minimal risk you'll offend someone if you do call them by their first...
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N. Rosaria-Devid3-05-2017 15:05
TIP 6: Body language You communicate with more than words in a job interview. Non-verbal communication or body language accounts for the biggest part of the message you are sending in your job interview!
Kadanz has some pointers for you on how to effectively let your body do the talking in an interview. Sit all the way back in your seat.
Sit firmly and lean your back straight against the chair. It's an automatic signal of assurance and confidence; Don't go for direct eye contact. Go for "direct face contact".
A more effective way to ensure you look interested and engaged is to...
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N. Rosaria-Devid26-04-2017 9:49
Tip 5: "Dress code" When selecting the appropriate job interview outfit, you need to know if the company culture is corporate and conservative or more modern and relaxed. Meaning you need to find out the appropriate dress code before your interview. To be dressed overly conservatively can be as damaging as being dressed too informally. The next steps will help you find out what you should wear to your job interview at the company. If you are not going through a recruiter from Kadanz who can advise you on what to wear to your interview, take the following steps to find...
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N. Rosaria-Devid19-04-2017 8:51
TIP 4: "Be Fully Rested Before Your Interview" Make a good night’s sleep your top priority for the night before. You need a solid eight hours of sleep to maximize your performance, your focus and your ability to handle a stressful situation with confidence. If you’re well rested you’ll feel more relaxed, your answers will come more easily, and your fresh appearance will make a better impression. Kadanz put some pointers that can help you to rest fully for that interview for the next day: Give yourself time to wind down before bed
If possible, prepare for the interview in days...
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N. Rosaria-Devid12-04-2017 17:32
TIP 3: "Ask questions" A week ago we talked about the question you can expect during a job interview and this week it will be about questions you can ask the employer during a job interview. Mostly as the interview comes to an end, one of the final questions you may be asked is "What can I answer for you?" Your interviewer will expect for you to have some questions. Not asking any questions could make you seem unprepared or disinterested, so take the time and have interview questions of your own ready to ask. We have a list of suggested questions:...
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N. Rosaria-Devid5-04-2017 18:38
TIP 2: "Interview Questions" As mentioned in Interview Tip 1 knowledge is key. Knowing what your employer needs will allow you to tailor the perfect responses that will impress the interviewer. It’s best to avoid memorizing your responses. Instead try to visualize bullet points that will help you to structure your answer. This will help make it more natural and less rehearsed. Here are some examples for bullet points and with explanations how you can answer. Tell me about yourself. Walk me through your resume.
Possible answer: Tell a short but interesting story that highlights the most relevant parts of your work...
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N. Rosaria-Devid28-03-2017 21:09
TIP 1: "Research The Employer"

Knowledge is key in all interviews. Having a sound understanding of the employer and how the company operates. It will allow you to tailor your answers to specific areas of interest for the interviewer.

The usual places to find this information would be: The company website Google News sites Social Media Speak to the recruiter of Kadanz Knowing their core values and goals will help you phrase your answers correctly and help them visualize you as part of their team. What should you look for? You now know where to look, it’s time to make a little...
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