Congratulations on having found the needle in the haystack. You have already made it farther than many struggling job seekers. You are now getting ready to face the panel of seemingly harmless individuals – the interviewers. You have made copies of your resume, neatly filed all your degree certificates while carefully camouflaging the transcript with an excess of Ds, and practiced your suave smart look a million times in the bathroom mirror. You have read about the job description, you have had enough years of preparation about your field and you have even read up a few commonly asked interview questions.
What can you do in the first few crucial minutes of your interview to make a great first impression? HR expert and soft skills trainer, Glancy, shares some advice. How to make a good first impression in an interview by Glancy Albuquerque The first few minutes can be nerve wrecking. You walk into … Read more