Interview – one of the most dreaded words for job seekers. Do your hands begin to tremble or do you break out in a cold sweat when you hear this word? Then you’re not alone. Could there be a more difficult situation than walking into a room with one or more strangers, sitting in what feels like a criminal interrogation spotlight, knowing your every word and gesture are being evaluated, while attempting to appear to be composed, confident and professional?
Remember that your interview etiquettes, attitude and behavior toward others are as important as your resume, experience, training and technical abilities. Employers also look for the human qualities that make the difference in business relationships: courtesy, respect, trust and reliability. A lack of attention to etiquette can have an equally detrimental effect on your employment chances.
Below given info-graphic covers few of the etiquettes one should demonstrate while appearing in an interview: