24 May 2017 | Career Advice | Guest Author
Being invited to a face-to-face interview is your opportunity to make a good first impression on your potential new employer. It’s your chance to really sell yourself by highlighting your skills and competencies, and it allows the employer to see how you conduct yourself when meeting new people and being put under pressure.
However, an interview is also one of the times you’re at your most vulnerable, so if you’ve not taken the time to prepare properly you may find that you’ve wasted your time and missed an opportunity.
Whether you’re a confident person who takes interviews in their stride, a recent graduate with little interview experience, or you’re recently back in the job pool after a redundancy and finding your feet again when it comes to interviews, there’s always something more you can do when it comes to interview preparation.
This handy infographic from Reception Desks Online details some of the key things you should and shouldn’t do when it comes to job interviews...