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-Ask about the interview format (group or one- on-one)
Types of questions you might encounter: About Yourself Open question (Tell me about yourself) Probing the resume Behavioral/Situational Role play About Company Understanding of the position Knowledge of News/Trends Knowledge of company Pre-Interview Preparation
5 Minute Rules Most interviewers determine how they feel about the candidates within the first 5 minutes or less. During the Interview
Hand Shake: Start with a good smile Go for a thumb Firm, not strong Up and down, not side to side or back and forth 2-3 shakes are good During the Interview
Non-Verbal Communications: Keep good posture Remain professional, even if the interviewer is relax Lean towards interviewer, not back in chair Maintain appropriate eye contact Be aware of gestures During the Interview
Verbal Communications: Be aware of volume (not to soft, low or loud) Minimize your ‘filler’ words Think before you answer, clarify any confusion Be concise (STAR) During the Interview
During the Interview Answer the question well and ask good questions: Prepare 5 questions to ask before the interview Source to use to develop your questions: Job description Company website Google search
CHECK LIST Do you homework Practice makes perfect Bring a copy of resume Honest is the best ‘STAR’ statement Prepare a good question to ask Follow up with a “Thank You” letter, if possible
Reminder on Etiquette Be Punctual – 15 min. earlier Dress Accordingly A Firm Handshake Present a Positive Personal Image – 自信得体 Active Listening Be honest Thank Them Twice – both at the beginning and the end
What They are Looking for… Hard working nature Team worker Critical thinking and quick learning Proactive and motivate Adaptable Time management skill Last… Good education The Suitable, not the Best
Tell me about some of your skills that apply to this job.
What accomplishment do you feel most proud of?
What was your favorite class in school?
What do you consider to be your greatest failure?
How much do you know about our company?
What is the most difficult interpersonal situation you have had to deal with at work, and how did you handle it?
What do you expect to earn here?
Are you looking for a position in many other companies?
How would you describe your personality?
When would you be willing to start work?
What do you think you could accomplish in your first year here?
Appendix Question you can ask the interviewer: Is there a structured career path at the company? Can you describe the work environment here? What are some of the things you especially admire about the company? What attracted you to this organization? What does this company value the most, and how do you think my work for you will further these values? Recruiters want you to be successful. Ask them to coach you for the interviews they arrange. How do my skills compare with those of the other candidates you have interviewed? I have really enjoyed meeting with you and your team, and I am very interested in the opportunity. I feel my skills and experience would be a good match for this position. What is the next step in your interview process? Can you please tell me a little bit about the people with whom I’ll be working most closely?