You submit your resume, and within a week, you got a call from the employee for an interview. Congratulations, now you will need to prepare to sit in front of the HR manager or in front of the hirer of the company that will ask you a question regarding the job. But you will not only need to be prepared for teh question, but there are stages of the interview that one should be prepared for. If this is your first interview or you have already gone through this stage but couldn’t succeed then this guide is for you. Here is what do you need to know.
When you are planning for the interview and getting prepare, then you shouldn’t only prepare for the simple answers regarding qualification or work. Still, several companies wnat to know about your planning of making an impact regarding the role you are applying for, so you must prepare a knowledge database regarding:
- The job description of the role you are applying for
- News and recent events
- What the company does
- The company’s mission and vision
- Company culture
- Company size
- Social media presence
Analyse your Resume
This is one of the most crucial points before leaving for the interview. You will need to double-check your resume and this isnt just about what is inside the resume. Still, it is also about the external factor that includes the paper quality of the resume, how did you write the resume and the information on the resume. Keep in mind that your resume should represent the job you want so when you are applying for Nanny your resume should include your experience or training program you have been through and any other related information that will be helpful to the employer.
This is perhaps one of the best things you can do, and that is the staying confident withing being hesitant during the whole interview. Relax, no one is going to kill you for the wrong answer. So stay confident for the questions you prepared regarding the company and while answering, know what you are talking about. A shaky voice, sweaty palm and forehead can leave a negative impact on the employer, and there is an excellent probability of not being called for the next interview from the company.
Ask your Question
Interviews, we usually think that it is all about the question that the company will ask from us. However, another overlooked part of the interview by a vast number of candidates is not asking their questions. It has been seen that most of the interviewer encourage the candidates to ask the question that they have in mind either regarding their position, the company and their job. This will indicate your interest in the job and company. It will leave a good impact on the interviewer and employer about your personality.
An interview can be a life-changing moment for anyone but mind that failing in one interview doesn’t mean it is ended. There is always a chance to learn from failure.