Acquisition and Retention Specialists
Verify the time, date, and location of the interview. Allow
yourself plenty of time to arrive 15 minutes early to the
Men’s hair should be perfectly trimmed & well
groomed; women’s hair should be simple. Wear conservative clothing
in subdued colors. Keep jewelry and/or make-up to a minimum.
YOU MUST HAVE AN EXTREME AMOUNT OF
Smile often! Have a positive attitude / outlook on everything. A
firm handshake & eye-to-eye contact are a must!
Three items that you must convince an employer:
you do the job? B. Does your personality fit in with the
personality of the company & position? (Management positions require
a self-motivated, high-energy personality - A LEADER!). C. Will you
be with the company long-term?
5. DOING THE
JOB: Bring out to the employer at least FIVE points about
yourself that you are proud of...i.e. your family;
awards/achievements; how you may have increased profits/sales, etc.
Again, ENERGY IS EVERYTHING...also, ask
questions about the employer. How long have you been with the
did you go to work for the company? These questions make the
interview more personal and, as a result, the interviewer can see
your personality fitting in better with the company.
7. LONG TERM:
must convince the employer that you will be with the company for a
long time. Questions such as, “If I give 110% effort & do an
excellent job, where can I be with your company five years from
go a long way in convincing the employer that YOU ARE FOCUSED,
not just on today, but the future as well. It also shows that the
training the company will invest in you will be well worth it.
8. DO'S & DON'TS:
ASK FOR THE POSITION AND BE CONFIDENT.
Smile - often! Listen. DON’T talk money/benefits (if you do,
you’ll be convincing the employer that you are more interested in
money vs. future advancement). DON’T talk negatively of
current or past employers.
Tell me about
yourself. Why do you want to leave your present job? What are your
assets/liabilities? Why should I hire you? Your responses should
be positively constructive, upbeat, short and to the point.
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