Job Interview

The impact of the global financial crisis is affecting the lives, careers and most certain the economy and labour market.   Now we face tougher competition for jobs and an increasing need for a specialise workforce in job market.   Recruiters now seem to put great weight on the ability to "sell" the skills gained in our work experience. Therefore, we require a proactive approach to our career and job search.   The purpose of the interview is for an organisation to determine a candidate that would fit for the position who can do the job.   To enhance success at interviewing there are interview techniques skills we need to do before, during and after the interview.

First impressions are very important as it set the tone for the rest of the interview.   Give greater consideration into handshake, a well-executed handshake accompanied by the right eyes contact and a pleasant smile will make a great first impression.   Describe your attitude of passion, enjoyment and dedication in your work.   During the interview, relax, be honest and say positive things about former employer.  

Be well prepared for the interview, it’s important to know what the organisation does.   Researches carefully the career areas, for which you are applying, examples, find out what its products, services and organisational structure.   Most applicants are short-listed based on their ability to convince the Selection Team which are articulated and addressed specifically in the selection criteria.   The behavioral interview questions structured in the selection criteria are used to identify the right candidate for the role which describes the personal qualities, skills, abilities, knowledge and qualifications in order the employer to select the right applicant to perform the role effectively.   Be prepared and practice kinds of questions and answer on how to address behavioral question when attending job interview.  

The key to respond to behavioural interview questions is the capability to...