Last Minute Check List To Make Sure You're Ready For Your Job Interview
- Aug 16, 2016
Show up early, dress to impress, and wear your best smile — all good advice for a job interview. It’s the perfect opportunity for you to show the organization you hope to work for what you’re made of, and why you’re the ideal candidate for the job. So take to heart the standard suggestions, and then follow these additional pointers to make a great impression and land the job of your dreams.
Be PreparedVisit the company’s website to research their profile and background. You’ll impress the interviewer with your company knowledge and enhance your image as a good long-term investment. Be ready to talk in depth about what the company does and what your role there would be. If the company has a mission statement posted on their website, try to hit some of the key points in your interview.
- Before the big day, learn the name and position of the person who will be interviewing you.
- If possible, talk to employees who already work there. Do a search on LinkedIn for the company’s employees and see if any of your connections can introduce you to someone already on staff.
- In addition to checking out its website, use information gathered from annual reports or online articles to learn as much as you can about the company.