Presentation on theme: "SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS MIJO MIRKOVIC RIJEKA, CROATIA IVANA BACLIJA."— Presentation transcript:
SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS MIJO MIRKOVIC RIJEKA, CROATIA IVANA BACLIJA
Job Interview a job interview is a conversation between the candidates for the job and the employer during the interview, the employer grades the candidates behaviour and answers it usually lasts for 30-40 minutes, and it’s necessary to be prepared and feel comfortable, so the results can be better
Top ten interview questions 1. How would you describe yourself? 2. What major challenges and problems did you face? How did you handle them? 3. What are you passionate about? 4. Where do you see yourself in five years? 5. Why do you want to work here?
Top ten interview questions 6. What do you know about this company? 7. Why do you think you’re qualified for this job? 8. Do you have any questions about the company? 9. How high do you want your sallery to be? 10. What will you do if you don't get this position?
Advice regarding proper behaviour during a job interview Make a good first impression Show confidence Keep a positive attitude Maintain eye contact Watch your body language
Nonverbal communication don’t be late! make sure you’re dressed professionally shake hands during the introduction and remember the name of the employer. appear professional and attentive during your job interview
Nonverbal communication make eye contact smile and nod be polite and keep an even tone to your speech don't slouch do relax and lean forward a little towards the interviewer so you appear interested and engaged don't lean back
What to bring to the job interview Portfolio or pad holder with a copy of your resume and a list of references on quality paper Work Samples Notepad, Pen Breath mint Women: extra pair of pantyhose
What NOT to bring to a job interview Cell phone iPod Gum Cigarettes Candy Soda or coffee Scuffed shoes If you have lots of piercings, leave some of your rings at home Cover tattoos