Layka Recruitment
Cara  07818 693865
Cara  07818 693865
Layka Recruitment 2012
Layka Recruitment is an Independent recruitment agency that truly understands your requirements and cares for the people it places and the clients it services.
Interview Advice
· Do your homework about your potential new employer Try to anticipate likely questions - Why do you want to work for us? - What could you bring to our company? - Please give me an example of when you have dealt with a complaint/negotiated/provided customer services? Do your research about the company on their website. Prepare to ask your interviewers’ questions; it shows you are interested and “on the ball!” First impressions are vitality important, especially your appearanc e – even if the employer has a relaxed dress code – Make sure you are smartly dressed it will show how much importance you place on the company and the position on offer Arrive 15 minutes early so you can relax Check your appearance and read any notes you may have Read any corporate literature on display and chat to the receptionist both can be vital sources of up to date company information Make sure you know The name or names of the interviewer[s] and their position in the company On meeting your interviewer[s], greet them by name, make good eye contact and deliver a firm handshake it all helps to make you feel confident and gives them the impression that you’re a strong resourceful character Be prepared to give a verbal account of your background based on your CV [they’ll be testing your communication skills]. Don’t hurry, think clearly – take all the time you need to deliver your information concisely, smoothly and logically. Place particular emphasis - on your recent experience and skills relevant to the job you are being interviewed for. Listen carefully – if you don’t understand a question: Ask the interviewer to repeat or clarify If you don’t know the answer, say so and don’t be afraid to make it a point of discussion, giving you the chance to turn matters to your advantage Always be positive - wherever possible, give positive responses to questions asked, beyond a simple “yes” or “no”. Before the interview ends - make sure that you have mentioned all of your relevant experience your interviewer may not have covered everything in their questioning. I f appropriate, summarise your understanding of what’s needed – get their agreement or clarification where necessary. If you are still keen on the position at the end of the interview Reinforce this before you leave Ask the interviewer about what happens next and when a decision will be made ALWAYS thank them for seeing you
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Layka Recruitment
Layka Recruitment 2012
Layka Recruitment is a n Independent recruitment agency that truly understands your requirements and cares for the people it places and the clients it services.
· Do your homework about your potential new employer Try to anticipate likely questions - Why do you want to work for us? - What could you bring to our company? - Please give me an example of when you have dealt with a complaint/negotiated/provided customer services? Do your research about the company on their website. Prepare to ask your interviewers’ questions; it shows you are interested and “on the ball!” First impressions are vitality important, especially your appearanc e even if the employer has a relaxed dress code – Make sure you are smartly dressed it will show how much importance you place on the company and the position on offer Arrive 15 minutes early so you can relax Check your appearance and read any notes you may have Read any corporate literature on display and chat to the receptionist both can be vital sources of up to date company information Make sure you know The name or names of the interviewer[s] and their position in the company On meeting your interviewer[s], greet them by name, make good eye contact and deliver a firm handshake it all helps to make you feel confident and gives them the impression that you’re a strong resourceful character Be prepared to give a verbal account of your background based on your CV [they’ll be testing your communication skills]. Don’t hurry, think clearly take all the time you need to deliver your information concisely, smoothly and logically. Place particular emphasis - on your recent experience and skills relevant to the job you are being interviewed for. Listen carefully – if you don’t understand a question: Ask the interviewer to repeat or clarify If you don’t know the answer, say so and don’t be afraid to make it a point of discussion, giving you the chance to turn matters to your advantage Always be positive - wherever possible, give positive responses to questions asked, beyond a simple “yes” or “no”. Before the interview ends - make sure that you have mentioned all of your relevant experience your interviewer may not have covered everything in their questioning. I f appropriate, summarise your understanding of what’s needed get their agreement or clarification where necessary. If you are still keen on the position at the end of the interview Reinforce this before you leave Ask the interviewer about what happens next and when a decision will be made ALWAYS thank them for seeing you
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Cara  07818 693865
Cara  07818 693865
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Layka Recruitment 2012
Layka Recruitment is an Independent recruitment agency that truly understands your requirements and cares for the people it places and the clients it services.
Interview Advice
· Do your homework about your potential new employer Try to anticipate likely questions - Why do you want to work for us? - What could you bring to our company? - Please give me an example of when you have dealt with a complaint/negotiated/provided customer services? Do your research about the company on their website. Prepare to ask your interviewers’ questions; it shows you are interested and “on the ball!” First impressions are vitality important, especially your appearanc e – even if the employer has a relaxed dress code – Make sure you are smartly dressed it will show how much importance you place on the company and the position on offer Arrive 15 minutes early so you can relax Check your appearance and read any notes you may have Read any corporate literature on display and chat to the receptionist both can be vital sources of up to date company information Make sure you know The name or names of the interviewer[s] and their position in the company On meeting your interviewer[s], greet them by name, make good eye contact and deliver a firm handshake it all helps to make you feel confident and gives them the impression that you’re a strong resourceful character Be prepared to give a verbal account of your background based on your CV [they’ll be testing your communication skills]. Don’t hurry, think clearly take all the time you need to deliver your information concisely, smoothly and logically. Place particular emphasis - on your recent experience and skills relevant to the job you are being interviewed for. Listen carefully – if you don’t understand a question: Ask the interviewer to repeat or clarify If you don’t know the answer, say so and don’t be afraid to make it a point of discussion, giving you the chance to turn matters to your advantage Always be positive - wherever possible, give positive responses to questions asked, beyond a simple “yes” or “no”. Before the interview ends - make sure that you have mentioned all of your relevant experience your interviewer may not have covered everything in their questioning. I f appropriate, summarise your understanding of what’s needed get their agreement or clarification where necessary. If you are still keen on the position at the end of the interview Reinforce this before you leave Ask the interviewer about what happens next and when a decision will be made ALWAYS thank them for seeing you
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Cara  07818 693865
Cara  07818 693865
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