Tips For Job Interviews

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Any job interview can be a daunting task for some people, but anyone can stand out and score the job they want with a few ideas.

  1. Research the company website before the interview
  2. Role play with a friend or colleague who will provide honest feedback
  3. Learn your own 30 second elevator speech

Some of the most common interview practices:

  1. The traditional one on one is the most common interview, where a potential candidate is interviewed most often by the hiring manager of the job applied for. Interviews such as these allow for more in-depth behavioral type questions and the interviewer can see and understand things like body language, facial expression, while asking more probing questions.

Learn more about one on one interviews here:

  1. Panel interviews involve one candidate interviewing with a panel of interviewers that might include Human Resources, department supervisor, colleagues from the department

Learn more about panel interviews here:

  1. Group Interviews involve 3 or more candidates interviewing for the same position. This type of interview is more common for roles that require multiple hires within the same department such as Customer Service, Retail, or Sales.

Learn more about group interviews here:

  1. There are other non-traditional types of interviews include lunch, phone, and/or Skype

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Taking a little extra time to boost your confidence by reading and practicing some of the above tips will get you through any interview smoothly and successfully.

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