DO'S AND DONT'S OF JOB INTERVIEWING
(THE GOOD AND BAD)
DO'S OF JOB INTERVIEWING (THE GOOD)
Do dress appropriately in business attire that fits properly.
Do greet your interviewer with a handshake and a warm smile.
Do pay attention to whatever the interviewer says.
Do know the exact time and location of the interview.
Do treat other people you encounter with courtesy and respect.
Do sit still in your seat.
Do have an honest and positive attitude.
Do be your best professional self.
Do have intelligent questions to ask the interviewer.
Do understand a question before answering back with a meaningful response.
Do research and learn about the company and job you are applying for.
Do have proper posture.
Do speak clearly and loud enough for the job interviewer to hear you.
Do be prepared to answer questions.
Do have eye contact with the job interviewer.
DON'TS OF JOB INTERVIEWING (THE BAD)
Don't be late to a job interview.
Don't use swear or slang words.
Don't slouch in your seat.
Don't criticize former employees or colleagues.
Don't chew gum during a job interview.
Don't smoke during a job interview.
Don't bring up personal issues.
Don't answer phone calls during a job interview.
Don't interrupt the person interviewing you.
Don't fidget in your chair.
Don't ask about your salary, retirement or any other unecessary questions.
Don't sit anyhow or have improper posture.
Don't fold your arms.
Don't be dishonest or lie about anything.