Job Interview doesn’t start with the first question. Hiring manager begins to assess candidates from the moment they arrive. Things they notice first are;
- Your Arrival Time: Arriving a few minutes early, about 10-15 minutes before the scheduled interview time – serves two purposes. It proves that you’re organized, reliable and eager. It also allows you to have some time to compose yourself, use the restroom and prepare for the conversation.
- Your Attire: Most employers are able to decide whether to or not to hire a person at the first phase of an interview. And the very first impression is the visual impression. So if you are undressed like you are not serious about the job interview –by not dressing professionally or not paying attention to small details such as shoes or clothes, you could be rejected before you’ve even started.
- Your Body Language: A lean posture can demonstrate a lack of confidence or boredom. It’s important to make eye contact while listening and speaking, offer