Etiquette considerations during the interview

Understanding, mastering and properly applying workplace etiquette will help to improve and maintain the professional image of the workplace, which will make you work at home and make your career flourish and become a successful professional. A successful career doesn’t mean you want to be talented. What’s more, you have to have a certain workplace etiquette at work.

Etiquette in the interview

* Saying someone bad

Many job hunters often face the problem of “why do you want to leave the original company”, such as low salary, the original employer can not know the good deeds, the intrigue between colleagues, etc. All pushed to the fault of the original unit, and strongly praised how good the new employer is, in order to win the interviewer’s goodwill.

In fact, in the eyes of the interviewer, such job seekers will only be rushing to the horse, not looking for their own reasons, such people must not work seriously. More importantly, even if the other party’s fault, and blindly evade their responsibility and count others, it will only make the interviewer feel that you are vengeful, do not read the old feelings and do not know how to get along with others, but will even lead to the interviewer’s dislike. .

* fake lying

Forging your own professional history, it is also a taboo for interview etiquette to treat your own merits.

Because honesty is the minimum requirement for being a man, no employer will hire someone who is not honest and lie at any time as his or her own employee. Even if you can get away with the interview, but once the lie is exposed, then your good days will come to an end. Therefore, in the interview, you must tell the truth, you can’t live without it.

* eloquent

The purpose of the interview is to understand the ability that cannot be reflected on your resume. The purpose of the interviewer is very clear. Therefore, you should not stop talking and chattering when you sell yourself. Otherwise, the interviewer will feel that you are not good at grasping the focus of the problem, and the ability to summarize the induction is too poor.

However, some job seekers only have one or two sentences when answering questions, and even answer yes or no. This is also not desirable. You should try your best to talk freely.