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Get tips on how you handle the job interview so that you can convince the hiring committee that you are the perfect candidate for the job.
The recipe for the good job interview is: Preparation, preparation and more preparation. Therefore, before the interview you can practice how you would like to present yourself and how you will respond to the questions that you will typically be asked in a job interview.
The first thing you will be asked in a job interview is often: "Could you tell us a little about yourself?" Therefore, practice presenting yourself in no more than two minutes. You can say what particularly motivates you, which experience and skills you possess. You can describe how you have solved relevant core assignments in previous jobs, and how you will solve them in the new job. Be concrete, provide examples and only speak about what is relevant to the job you have applied for.
Consider which three things you would like the employer to remember about you after the job interview. Choose three of your most relevant skills and contributions for the job and present them. Remember to keep it short. You should not include all details, but say enough for you to get back to and elaborate on later.
Give examples of how you cooperate with colleagues, customers and managers. Are you good at listening to the needs of others? Do your colleagues know that they can always reach out to you if they need professional sparring?
Get a good start for the interview
Focus on the job
Speak into the job by pretending that you already have the job when you express yourself. Say how you will perform the job and provide examples of how you will solve the tasks. Use your experience and your imagination on how the job will be.
Be present in the room
Be present and be yourself. Make sure to get eye contact with everybody - even the people who do not speak much.
Questions that you can ask during the job interview
Be careful not to talk too much – instead opt for creating good dialogue. Ask questions about the job that you cannot find in the job posting. It shows that you are engaged and motivated.
You can inquire into:
Are you asked for a reference? A reference may be a former leader or colleague that you know will talk positively about you. Always talk to your reference before you provide their name and telephone number to your potential new employer. Prepare your reference for which job you seek and which assignments you are going to solve.
You could ask about the rest of the hiring process when the interview is coming to an end. How many applicants have been invited for an interview? What is the further course of events? When can you expect an answer? End with a positive comment - for example that it has been a pleasant conversation.
The job interview – second round
Many companies hold two interview rounds before they select a candidate. Get tips for what to be aware of if you are invited to the second interview.
Have your new contract checked
Will the job be offered to you? Congratulations - well done. Remember to read your contract of employment thoroughly before you sign it. You can also have HK check the contract. You can also have HK check the contract. Call your local HK branch: 7011 4545.
How to handle a rejection
If the job is not offered to you, then see the rejection as a possibility of receiving invaluable feedback that you can use in future job interviews. Ask what you did particularly well? And what you can do better another time.
It is also good manners to congratulate the employer that they have found the right candidate for the job.
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