What Your Interview Body Language Says About You

begin listing your best and necessary qualities and skills. However, your well-rehearsed answers are not the only important thing to consider in your interview preparation. Appearance also counts for a lot - from dressing appropriately, to using open and confident body language. Here is a look at what your bad and good body language will tell an interviewer (albeit subconsciously) about you, and how to crack positive body language: Your Handshake An interview almost always begins with a handshake, and... Read more


6 Step Strategy That Will Simplify Your Recruiting Process

give the candidate a great first impression . These useful do’s and don’ts may come in handy: Don’t leave the candidate waiting for too long. Do make eye contact and give a firm handshake. Do have an approachable body language. Do have a neat interview area. Don’t look at your phone or your watch often during the interview. Do give your full attention to the candidate. Don’t rattle interview questions like a script. Do keep the... Read more


8 Ways to Get a Better Job Fast

part. If you are applying for a managerial position, a business suit would be appropriate. If it is an entry level position, dress shirt and tie for men and a blazer with pantsuit for women would suffice. 7. Watch Your Body Language More powerful than how you dress is how you are perceived in the interview. Recruiters are highly experienced in reading body language. From the moment you walk in, a recruiter can formulate expectations on your personality and attitude... Read more

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