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Tips for interview

Be it a smart and qualified job seeker or a fresher looking to enter the corporate arena, everyone needs to prepare for interviews. Learning to give an interview is a skill of experience, but there are no second chances to make a great first impression. So it is best to consider some interview tips to be followed during and after the interview:

Maintain a positive body language

From the very first step you into the interview company, interview is all about demonstrating confidence. Standing straight, making eye contacts, and greeting politely accompanied by a perfect handshake are the tips to keep in mind.

Don't be too talkative

Answering your interviewer with extra details could be a fatal mistake. An interview candidate should reply relevantly by answering things related to the job profile and company requirements.

Follow the three C idea

In the present day the 'please, please hire me' approach makes you look desperate and low in confidence. The best practice to follow is to not to appear too desperate for the job and follow the 3 Cs during the interview: cool, calm, and confidence.

Don't be afraid to ask questions

When asked 'do you have any questions?' most of the candidates answer 'No'. Part of learning how to give an interview involves asking questions. This demonstrates your interest in the matters of the company from the very start. Moreover, asking about the company makes you realize whether the company is the right place to work for you or not.

The Bottom line-know more about the company

In a nutshell, it is very important to learn as much as you can about the company you are going to get interviewed in. Many recruitment firms can help you by providing the portfolio of the company. Evaluating your knowledge, abilities and skills, and then thinking about how efficiently you qualify for the opportunity will help you get hired after an impressive interview round.

At last, it is very important to hear the candidate. Having a sense of his thoughts is a good way to analyze his abilities and overall proficiency. Don't forget that a sound hiring process creates a skillful and capable workforce, and that is why it should be done carefully, strategically, and methodologically.

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