Job interview recommendations

“I have often noticed that people who are late are in a much better mood than those who have had to wait for them.”  André Roussin (French playwright)

- Research the company’s history, background of the people you’ll be meeting, the dress code
- Check the journey time and plan to arrive 10 minutes early
- Prepare a 3-minute pitch introducing yourself and your experience
- Prepare questions and be ready to take notes
- LISTEN to the interviewer
- Conclude the meeting by thanking your interviewer and asking what the next step will be
- Send a thank you note by email
- Arrive late
- Disregard the person opening the door or greeting you (assistants or trainees may be asked for their first impression)
- Improve or show up with little motivation for the role
- Criticize a former employer
- Focus on the salary and benefits