Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Body language a parts in job interview

Most people who attened job interview will bring along their cerfiticate and others document for reference but some people are very sucessful when interview while some people always failed in their first interview. All the interviewers knows their jobs very well and their will see many angle to pick the right person for the job. First handshake is the first impression for the interview to knows what kinds of person you are. Too firm or vigorous a shake and you might be constructed as dominant or too timid.

Most people of us do not conscious about the way our body sends signal to the interviews, as you might be surprised at how much they can actually derive from our body language, compared to our paper qualification or even our skills for the jobs. Sitting also plays a very important parks in our job interview. Eye contacted, It is good to maintain steady eye contack but do not stare at the interviewers. Remmember to blink naturally of course.

Monday, October 08, 2007

Do your homework before attending a job interview

Job interview can be very stressful and you needs some perparation if you wanted the job badly. Even you come with a very good result from the school or you had a lots of experience in that field, if you are not prepare or very bad in interview or if you aren't able to interview successfully, you will mostly won't get the job. Before you attened a interview take sometimes to survey the company backgrounds.

If having survey the company backgrounds what the company expected from the one they are going to employ. Check with friends who are working in that company about who mostly interview new staff and what question mostly the interviewers also ask. As I had experience myself when I am going for my second job. The person who ask question are not most related to the company things but his question mostly base on general knowledge.

Try to answer the question ask to the points and don't lie to much as the interviewers knows alots and they are not stupid. If you don't understand the question don't keep quite, ask the interviews in a polite and manners ways about the question ask again. Try to look at the interviews face and don't look around the interviewers might think you are not interesting in that jobs.

Monday, July 30, 2007

Never be too smart and be brief and factual to the answers

The objective of the interviewers is to know more about of yourself, your behaviour, your goals and achievements and lastly your career plans. So when sometimes we respond to the questions ask by the interviewer it must have the facts to the questions, not try bush around as this interviewers has heard every clich├ęd of the answer to this question.

Never interfered with the question ask by the interviewer during half way even if you know the answer or even you understand what he is going to ask. Waited until he has completed his question, then answer the question as a show of respect and also when answering the question try to use a courteous tone and the tone and the words must not sound aggressive. Sometimes you do not know the question ask, tell them about your ignorance rather then created a answer that might cost you the jobs.

Questions that are most asked by the interviewers are why did you left the old jobs.It might be a simple question ask but sometimes it might cost you the job if you are interview for a high position like having trouble getting along with people since you’re going to be constantly working with others. Others question ask are why you are interest in this company, It is best to do some researched and get some imformation of the company plans and its future. Also keep your answer factual and brief and focus your interviewer and don't move yourself too much and look around.

Friday, June 29, 2007

Job interview are sometimes very stressful

Job interview are sometimes very stressful and tired as we had to travell and waited for our turns to call if there is many peoples applying for the same jobs or posts and there is only one interviewer to interview all the people who turns up. Be prepare for such consequent if you happen to meet one. Secondly be prepare to answer all the question asked, sometimes it will be out of the job tropic.

If you apply a job in that company, put some time to research the company this will give you alots of knowledge and convident about the company and what the company from us. When attending a interview all documents and cerfiticate must be well prepare a proved to the skill of the job apply and also the interviewer will have some knowledge about yourself. All question ask must be answer and don't hesitate to ask the the interviewer related to the job.

Friday, June 08, 2007

Silly question ask during job interview

Job interview is a set of question set by the interviewer to know whether you are the right candidates for the said position. Most of the question set by the interview are not reference to the position as some interviewer wants to test your general knowledge. At times you will be wandering what a silly question they ask. So be prepare and answer stright to the question.

I attended a interview abouts six months ago. The first few question they ask you is related to the jobs that you applied for. After they satifies with the answers, the following question they ask are more related to your personing doing and some silly questions. The questions they most ask has you got a lovers if in the paper you stated single. How big is your family, how you go to work and what time you sleep every night, do you smoke or drink.

I got the job and after a few months working in the company I became a good friends with the interview and he told me the question ask is to check whether you have problems at home, will you be late for work and many others things

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Prepare yourself with job interview

It is important to bear this in mind when attending an interview always try to look the best and be ready and prepare all the necessary documents for the interviews. Never be too punctual or late for the interview. Try to be at least ten to twenty minutes early for the interview.

When the time arrived for your turn for a job interview, try to make the least sound when opening and closing the door, remmember to wish the interviewers. Question that are always during the job interview are, Why do you want to work in this company, Why did you want to leave your last company. Don't give the answer I don't know or for better salary. Try to answer in a more properate ways such as I have been workingin the same line for many years and I think with my wide experience I feel I can make a difference in your organization with my a proven track record.

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Asking question and answer a benifit for the job interview

Asking questions on a job interview will show you how interested you want to join in the company and also a better change to find out if the company is a good place for you work with it. For instance job promotion, benifit the company provide to the staff and so on. Keeping quite in a interview will get yourself lesser change of getting you with the jobs.

During our times that was 40 years back, to get a job was not easy. When there is a vacancy you can see few hundred appalling for the jobs. If you are very inquisitive in the interview your job changes of getting will mostly be very hard as most of the one who interview you do not like to be question. Your position is to answer the question they ask and sometimes not knowing how much the company is going to paid us our salary.

In today interview if you are too quite in the interview your changes of getting the job is not so great as the interviewer might think you are not very proccessive or might not know your job well. Question that mostly ask by the interviewer is that, why did you want to leave the last company. Always gives a positive answer like saying looking for a better opportunity and never disclose anything about the last company.

Thursday, January 11, 2007

The Famous Question

Below is some of the job interview question and answer that normally interviewer will ask.

Job Interview Question and Answer 1: Why are you leaving your current position (or why did you leave your last position)?With this job interview question and answer, the employer is looking for potential problems you have had in the past that you may bring with you. The best way to deal with this question is to always cite reasons such as career progression, quality of life, reward package, etc. and link these to positive aspects of the job you are being interviewed for.
NEVER launch into a tirade about how much you hate(d) your previous company, what a total fool you thought your boss was and so on. Always be upbeat, as this projects a more confident and positive image.

Job Interview Question and Answer 2: What do you think you can offer this company?With any job interview question the interviewer wants to know how you can solve their problem. By ensuring your resume is focused on matching you to the employer's needs, you will have accumulated all the material necessary to answer this question.

You have the opportunity to differentiate yourself in two ways, firstly by emphasizing your strengths and secondly by demonstrating that you have researched the employer's business prior to the interview. Give a balanced answer that highlights exactly how your strengths match the job requirements and show an awareness of what the company does.

Job Interview Question and Answer 3: Where do you hope to be in 5 years time?Someone thought up this question years ago and it has since become established as a ‘standard’ job interview question. What the employer is hoping to establish is your degree of ambition for career progression. Always answer in general terms and definitely avoid staking a claim for the interviewer’s job!

This question can also be a double-edged sword. The job may carry little prospect of progression in itself. If you are keen to progress, this may not be the appropriate role for you, so you should establish what opportunities there are - perhaps it is possible (and indeed expected) to progress into other roles.

Above all, ensure as part of your interview preparation that you have established what your own job requirements are, as well as those of the employer.