NEW DELHI (DIVYA SAINI): Cracking a job interview has always been a stressful task for candidates. But with the Covid-19 pandemic, the interviews have become more challenging as world has turned to the digital platform and the candidates have to move on with these challenges happening in work culture. As everything is turning digital, so it’s quite common that interviews will also be taken on digital platforms.
Before going for an interview whether online or offline you need to take care of following points in advance:
1 Research about the employer
Before going for an interview, you must do research in advance about the company as well as of the employees. Research is a way to crack an interview successfully as if you will have knowledge about the organization will make the candidate more relevant for the company. If u go without doing research the interviewer will find you less interested in the job.
2 Show that you are interested in the job
If a candidate will show his interest in working for the company. The interview will find you more relevant, always look at the website of the company and gather as much information as you can. Once you will know the information about the company that has been mentioned publicly, you will be able to ask questions to interviewer and show your interest for the company.
3 Set your first impression
As we all know first impression is the last impression, so make your first one the best one. Whether you are having a face-to-face or a virtual interview, a first impression begins the moment you enter the room or turn on the video on for an interview.
4 Share more about your experience
Try to explain your experience while making the interviewer know about your competence, also show how worth and valuable you are for company. When interviewer asks about your strength tell them what all you have achieved.
5 Avoid yes or no answers
Try to avoid answering the questions with just yes or no as these signs reflect lack of confidence and nervousness in the candidate. Always try to elaborate your answers in detail and in a conversational tone.
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