If you have been called for an interview, congratulations! You stood out from a huge group of applicants. However, you still need to beat out an average of five other people that the hiring manager thought were just as suitable for the position as you. Your resume proved that you are qualified, but the interview is your chance to prove that you are more excited and more prepared to take on the role than any of the other candidate. How are you supposed to do that? Pre-interview research.
The panel job interview is becoming the standard for many corporations that need to interview a large number of applicants with maximum fairness and objectivity. While efficient, the process can be extremely intimidating for applicants.
After all, instead of needing to impress just one person, they will soon face a whole group of interviewers…
During your job search, nothing matters more than nailing the job interview.
To help make sure you excel in every job interview, here are seven very good pre-interview tips… perhaps the best you’ve ever heard.
You’re looking for a job and get a call from a potential employer asking for an interview – tomorrow. The natural instinct is to drop everything and make it happen. Despite the feeling of panic over a last minute job interview, this instinct is absolutely right.
And with a 24-hour period, you have plenty of time to properly prepare…
I’m often asked to share the most effective ways to answer interview questions, calm nerves, and appear composed going into meet-and-greets and interviews. My answer: It’s the little things. Here are six pre-interview rules every candidate should follow.