A big thanks to awesome guest blogger Martin Luendonk, CEO of Cleverism, for providing useful tips for interviewing. You can also find Cleverism’s article Best Interview Practices for Job Seekers listed under “Articles on how to Interview” on Path you Chose.
Best Interview Practices for Job Seekers
Most of the best things in life are obtained with some level of difficulty, and with this in mind, getting a job is certainly not a walk in the park. Expect to be subjected to hurdles and obstacles, and accept the reality that you have to undergo a process in order to get hired at a company that you want to work in, in a job that you have always dreamed of or wanted. A job interview is simply one of the many steps in that process.
A job interview does not automatically guarantee that you will be hired. However, it is one of the most persuasive tools that employers or hiring managers base their hiring decisions on. Therefore, as an interviewee, you should not take it lightly.
In fact, applicants should see interviews as wonderful opportunities to “sell themselves” better to the company or organization they want to join. They will be meeting face-to-face, so they can present themselves in a way that will supplement the information in the CV and other documents that they submitted.
Let me share with you some of the best interview practices that jobseekers should observe as interviewees, from the time that you are informed of the fact that you will undergo an interview, until the said interview is over.
Cleverism provides everything you need to know for each stage of the interview process: before the interview, during the interview and after the interview. The guide is in-depth as well as easy to read.