Success Tip of the Day

Interview Tip - There is an opportunity to stand out from the crowd if you speak about your strengths in an authentic & compelling way.You can also answer it by saying you are a highly motivated individual & love getting things done within deadlines.
Interview Tip - Never let fear rule you during your interview. Maintain a positive body language as the interviewers are smart enough to identify untruthful answers and might cross-question you to check if you are giving correct information.
Interview Tip - Avoid giving silly reasons for seeking a job change. The most common answer is: "better prospects". Interviewers expect you to have sound reasons for seeking job changes.
Interview Tip -In an interview when asked the reason for your leaving the firm, you should keep your tone neutral and positive when you talk of the organization.
Interview Tip - In an interview, understand the question asked and speak to the point. Try to skip controversial topics and make sure that you don’t go overboard.
Interview Tip - In an interview understand the question asked and speak to the point try to skip controversial topics and make sure that you don’t go overboard.
Interview Tip - It is helpful to spend some time ahead of the interview practising some of the questions you anticipate will be asked. Practise your responses with a family member, friend or in front of the mirror.
Interview Tip - Many hiring managers will start an interview with an open-ended question like "Tell me about yourself." Your response should focus on the key elements in your background which will enable you to excel in the job.
Interview Tip - Regardless of the type of job you're interviewing for, that first impression should be a great one.
Interview Tip - From the very beginning of the interview, your interviewer is giving you information, either directly or indirectly. If you are not hearing it, you are missing a major opportunity.
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