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I got 99 problems, but a job ain't one

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on 18 May 2016

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Transcript of I got 99 problems, but a job ain't one

At the Interview
Interview Do's
4 Things Every Employer Wants
Common Interview Questions
I got 99 problems, but a job ain't one!
The Interview
What you need to do before, during and after to help you seal the deal!
Before your Interview
Research the company
Print off copies of your resume
Prepare your talking points
Mock interview/Interview Stream
Dress for Success
Clothes:
washed and free of wrinkles
dress one step above the normal attire for job
no excessive jewelry or accessories
socks and shoes in good condition
Grooming:
bathed, showered and deodorized
hair washed, brushed & simply styled
teeth brushed and mouth clean
hands and nails clean and neat
shaved/trimmed facial hair
soft, natural make-up
Arrive 10 to 15 minutes early
Leave your cell phone in the car
You only have one chance to make a first impression
After the Interview
Send a hand-written thank you note or email
Thank all interviewers and summarize your skills
Make a follow-up call
Congratulations!
Dress to Impress
Be Honest
Keep a focus on skills and abilities,
not wages
Good posture and hands still
Stay positive about previous employers and jobs
Talk about work history, education, and skills
Dependability
Skills that can be molded
Teamwork
Willingness to learn
Tell me about yourself.
What are your strengths?
What are your weaknesses?
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Why are you the best person for the job?
Do you have any questions?
Sure-fire ways you'll be canned!
Handshakes
Body language
Smile
Ask questions
You got the job! Now, make sure you keep it!
Be on time, EVERY day
Listen carefully to instructions, ask questions if you don't understand
Watch and learn
Keep a positive attitude
Be willing to accept criticism
Call in BEFORE your scheduled work time if you aren't going to be there on time or make arrangements in advance
Go alone
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