Preparing for an Interview

Category: OUR RECRUITMENT PHILOSOPHY Published: Tuesday, 12 April 2016 Written by Super User

Preparing for an Interview

An invitation for an interview shows that, on paper, you are the right person required by the organisation for the vacant position. In fact, it is estimated that 80% of candidates are rejected at the application stage so you are really more than three quarters of the way towards getting the job! Coupled with this a job interview is one of the most drawn-out and intimidating ways of making first impression. However, it’s also your opportunity to get on an employer’s good side, which can give you a distinct edge over even those applicants whose credentials are better than yours.

Mostly you will face personnel professionals, or who are trained and experienced interviewers, so expect the interview to be very structured to obtain the maximum from you. In other cases especially in small firms SMEs that form a bulk of upcoming employment opportunities in Kenya and in the region, you are more likely to be interviewed by a partner who may not be a trained interviewer. If you are confronted by a 'bad' interviewer you will have to work hard to use the questions as a means of conveying the points you wish to make. It can be a good idea to try to steer the conversation towards the topics you have particular strengths in, highlighting your good points.

Hublink Experts will give you Essential advice on getting ready for a job interview, polishing your technique and calming your interview nerves... As count down the days till your next job interview, Hublink Experts will give you helpful hints that will assist you get in the right mood so you can leave a lasting impression on the interviewers.

As mentioned elsewhere in our website an excellent CV is a good first impression giver about you as a potential candidate of employment and therefore we will commence the journey to a successful interview with your CV. We also discuss with you:

           I.              possible questions,

        II.              techniques you can use to control your nerves

      III.              how to make a good impression at a job interview

      IV.              personal organisation in answering questions, the flow,

         V.              appearance, grooming, timings and other prior arrangements,

      VI.              the best answers to give as expected by your specific employer or industry,

We have been able to help numerous candidates for management and other jobs and the results have not been at any one time discouraging.

 

 

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