So you’ve got an interview!

Companies get super excited at the prospects of finding their next shining star. We know that interviews can be intimidating and because we put so much effort into making it an awesome experience for you, we’ve put together some tips to help ensure you’re as prepped.

  • Time is precious for everyone. Set aside enough time for travel and be sure to let us know if you’re running late.
  • Presentation is everything! You’re welcome to wear your fashion jeans or a 3-piece suit – as long as you’re professionally presentable, comfortable and ready to present the best you, to us.
  • Show up, show them you’re interested and that you want to be working for that company. Companies are looking for authentic people who will thrive in their unique culture. Show enthusiasm, genuine interest, and just be yourself!
    Five Things to remember during a job interview :
    1. Dress appropriately :
    Plan out an outfit that fits the culture of the company you are applying for. If the company does not have a dress code, it’s a good idea to wear business casual.
    Try on your outfit before the interview to make sure that it fits and looks smart.
    2. Arrive on time :
    Don’t ever arrive at a job interview late! It’s best to arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled time in case you have to fill in some paperwork. This also allows you to settle down and check out the dynamics of the office.
    If you are not familiar with the area in which the company is located, do a test run a week or two before to make sure that you won’t get lost. If you are driving, make a note on where you can park your car.
    3. Mind your manner :
    Be polite and greet everyone you meet, including people you meet in the elevator. When you enter the interview, offer the interviewer a warm greeting. These first few seconds can make or break your interview. At the end of the interview, don’t forget to thank the interviewer for giving you the opportunity for the meeting. When you leave the company, say goodbye to the receptionist.
    4. Pay attention to your body language :
    Poor body language, such as playing with a pen, chewing gum, slouching, and even brushing back hair, can be a distraction. If you notice you have a tendency to do any of these, train yourself to avoid these bad habits. You can replace them with positive body language that include nodding, eye contact, smiling, and solid posture.
    5. Ask insightful questions :
    Most interviewers end an interview by allowing the candidate to ask questions. Regardless of how well you know the company and how thorough the interviewer in telling you about the job, you must ask a few questions. The more insightful your questions are, the more you will impress your interviewer.


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