Q. What are the things that candidates should never do in an interview?
What are the things that candidates should never do in an interview?
An interview is a crucial time in which a candidate is judged on the basis of speech, knowledge, and personality.
What are the things that can lead to a negative outcome in an interview?
•Turn up late
Not being punctual can be a great loss to you.
The first judgment is on the basis of appearance.
•Fail to prepare
Recruiters will want to see you’ve done your homework. Make the correct use of the internet and be prepared.
We all like to big ourselves up in interviews, but make sure you don’t stray too far from the truth. If you claim to be an IT professional, you’ll soon be found out when you’re asked a technical question or have to prove your skills in a test. Be honest about your background and abilities.
• Let your body language trip you up
Don’t let your body language give you away. Don’t slouch, fidget, bite your nails, fiddle with your phone or look longingly out of the window. Stay alert, smile and maintain eye contact so that you come across as interested and professional.
• Be rude to the receptionist or the interviewer.
Don’t make the mistake of thinking that the receptionist or security guard you meet when you turn up for an interview is unimportant. Always be polite and friendly and treat people with respect or it may come back to bite you!
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