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Job interview

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Julija Kniukstaite

on 21 October 2012

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JOB INTERVIEW Prepared by: Julija Kniukštaitė
Vilnius University
2012 Interview definition A somewhat formal discussion between a hirer and an applicant or candidate, typically in person. Human resource management: Before the interview Do some background research to become familiar with the organization. •What does the organization do?
•What's involved in the position you're applying for?
•What qualifications do you need for the position?
•What kind of skills is the employer looking for?
Preparing for interview questions •Why do you want this job?
•How did you become interested in this field of work?
•What do you have to offer this organization?
•What are some of your strengths and weaknesses?
•Review your experiences
•Think of examples and situations
Preparing questions for the employer organization structure
a typical day
learn and grow Top-10 tips for a successful job interview 1.Dress for success.
2.Be there on time. 3.Let your personality shine.
4.Be confident. 5.Watch your body language.
6.Be professional. 7.Listen and ask for clarification, if you need it
8.Let them know what you have to offer. 9.Think before you speak.
10.Don’t linger. After the interview Although the actual interview is over, the process is not totally over. Conclusion The more you do it, the easier it will become. Sources:
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