thisngs I should and should not say in a job interview I will find this really helpful in a few months so please help me out
In the interview you must be careful; you must say everything that positive on you also if they ask you about your negative things say that you don’t leave the work until you finish everything that you had and you can say that I check my work many times to not have any mistake on it.
If they ask you about:
Describe your self? I am flexible, energetic, patient and able to work under pressure able to work overtime, shifting, and acting on behalf of organization's staff member on right manner to achieve the organizations objectives and goals.
What the job environment do you like to work on it? Say that you like to work under the pressure and you like to work in a team.
Office Practice Skills. Team & Group building skills. Communication Skills. Presentation Skills. Customer Services Skills. Time Management Skills.
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filletofspam makes a good point, let me clarify. I don't mean lie, but you shouldn't just say I don't know and leave it at that.
As someone who has conducted a lot of competency based interviews... if the applicant says he/she doesn't know or can't think of anything and doesn't expand ANYTHING further then it's an automatic low score. I've had interviews where they answered maybe 1 out of 10 questions.
If you find a question that you have no experience in, state that you've no no experience but then give a futuristic example of what you'd do in such a situation.(I was thoroughly impressed with an applicant that did this one time)
If you have the competency to answer the question in a professional way that says a lot for you, even if you haven't had the experience. Also the fact that you can display that you understand and comprehend the question says a lot for you as well... I've gotten a lot of blank stares during interviews.
Most job interviews these day are competency based. They will ask questions like "Tell me about a time when you had to get something done and had a time restraint. Did you have to cut corners and how did that effect the quality of your work?"
Your answers will be based on previous experiences to show your level of competency. If you've never had a job, you can use school and extra curricular activities as examples.
Answer the question as completely as you can. NEVER say ummm I dunno. That's an automatic low score. Your answer needs to display that you comprehend the question so if you don't understand it, ask them to repeat it or rephrase it for you.
Dress nice, shake their hand when you meet them, thank them for their time and shake their hand again when you leave.
The best thing you can do before an interview is to research the company and what it does. If you go into an interview knowledgable about their business an industry and ask intelligent questions they will see you as someone who is interested in their company instead of someone who is just looking for a paycheck.
I do disagree with sikashimmer on one point. I don't think there is anything wrong with confessing that you don't know something on a job interview. A smart employer hires people who have the potential to expand their abilities and grow into jobs rather than someone who just gets the most checkoffs on their list. Being honest and admitting that you have have weaknesses is far better than trying to bluff or hemhaw your way out of a tough question.
Remember to use good eye contact! dont let your eyes wonder
erm, just wait for them to tell you more about the postion you have applied for, them ask as many questions as possible about any thing that pops in your head... because u'll have loads, believe!
And most defo show as much personality as possible! lol and smile!
I dont no..say your a hard devoted worker lol