Every time you respond to job offers you are still waiting for a response from the examiners responsible for analyzing all the applications. When you are finally contacted for an initial cognitive interview you start to think about so many things, what to wear, how to speak, what to do, what not to say. Let’s try to understand what is important to always do during a job interview and what instead, is better not to do or say. We start from clothing. You should always wear clothes appropriate to the context in which you will be going to the office and for which we have candidates. For example, if you accept an offer that includes a job as office manager Appropriate clothing must be used to those who invest a like charge and then opt for a style between the elegant and casual.
After you’ve arrived at the meeting place which is usually also the possible place of work, you need to introduce yourself and explain that you are there for an interview. If you already know the name of your partner you can also ask directly for him at the entrance. The moment you find yourself in front of the person who will examine you greet cordially, introducing yourself and shaking his hand, sit back and try to answer with certainty and a language adapted to all the questions that will be asked. Being a simple cognitive interview there will be made difficult questions but mostly the talk will focus on what you have entered in your personal resume.
It is important to remember to never place improper questions such as asking what would amount to the salary in the case of recruitment with a question like that you just risk being misunderstood as a person who is more interested in money than in work in itself. If the interview is successful it will be your partner who will talk of rewards in the same interview or, perhaps at a subsequent meeting.
Today finding work is not easy when, after responding to a diverse number of job offers, you receive an invitation to an interview you will need to make sure to take this opportunity and demonstrate in a few minutes all of your potential. You have the curiosity of the examiner and try as much as possible to always stand out from potential competitors.