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Monday, Dec 28, 2009 9:48 AM

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  • Things To Do and Not To Do at An Interview         

1. Don’t look out of the window. You need to have constant eye contact with your interviewer and not looked bored or sleepy.

2. Don’t make your CV too complicated.

3. It’s okay to ask your interviewer to repeat the question. It's better then answering the question wrong.

4. Broaden your answers. Provide examples and reasons to back up your answer. Don't just throw a 'whatever' answer out there.

5. Answer the question. Dont' evade a question the interviewer ask you.
Mitch K.
(Post #1)
3 replies

Tuesday, Feb 16, 2010 9:05 AM

Don't answer question with shallow answer. Avoid answering just
"yes" or "no". You need to elaborate your answers, give real life experience and relate your skills to fit into some of the skill sets this new company is looking for.
Nellie DIX.
(Post #2)

Thursday, Feb 25, 2010 8:23 AM

Don't ask any question that challenge your interviewers in a bad way. The last thing you want is to rub them in a bad way.
Melody DIC.
(Post #3)
1 reply

Tuesday, Mar 02, 2010 10:44 AM - A Reply to Melody's post (Post #3)

For example, don't interrogate or ask questions that your interviewer cannot answer. Things like detail salary info and certain sensitive policy, etc.
Erin HER.
(Post #4)

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