Interview Etiquette

Impress Your Future Boss!


Interviews can be nerve-wracking, but adequate preparation and practice can make you feel calm under pressure. Follow these interview etiquette tips to get a leg up on the competition. 

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interview  blunders

Are you guilty of any of these common blunders? 

We all make mistakes, but luckily these ones are easy to avoid.  Don’t let one of these interview missteps stand between you and your dream job.

Failing to Confirm

Tardiness

Sloppiness

Failing to Follow Up

A Weak Handshake

Being Unprepared

Spelling Errors

Dressing Down


interview etiquette

Do you know what to say during your interview?

The way you communicate can either make or break your perceived professionalism. 

Speak in full sentences.

Know your elevator speech.

Tell the why.

Stay positive. 

No hiring manager wants to hear how awful your last job was.

 

Focus instead on what you accomplished while you were there, what you learned, and how that position gave you the experience you needed to move on to your next opportunity.

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7

QUESTIONS

TO ASK YOUR INTERVIEWER

Your interviewer wants you to ask questions! Come prepared and aim to impress with this all-encompassing list. 

  • #1

    What skills or qualities are most important to being successful in this position?

  • #2

    Can you describe the company culture? 

  • #3

    Can you tell me about your management style?

  • #4

    How will you know when you’ve found the right candidate for this position? In other words, what is important to you?

  • #5

    What is the next step in the interview process?

  • #6

    This company and this position feel like a good fit for me, and I really believe I could do a good job for you. Do you have any questions or concerns that would cause you to not offer me this position?

  • #7

    If I don’t hear from you in _ days, may I call you to check in? 

Don't be shy! Your interview is your opportunity to learn more about the company and the role. 


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