The beginning of an interview is about presentation. The executive summary of this answer is: Be prepared and confident.
Before I get into specific pointers, I want to remind you of this important fact: We are hoping you’re the one. Trying to find the right person for an open position is time-consuming and fraught, and while we’re looking for our perfect match, all the work this amazing stranger will be doing has been heaped on other folks’ desks/forklifts/work vans. We really hope you’re the answer to our prayers. You’re already halfway there.
Be on time. Make sure you know where you’re going and research the likely travel time. Err on the side of being early, but if you’re more than 10 minutes early, find something else to do rather than showing up and expecting the hiring manager to drop what…
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Last modified: April 2, 2019