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مُساهمة  minagou في الخميس أغسطس 05, 2010 12:31 pm

Interviewing Do's and Don'ts
Yes!!
Do arrive on time or a few minutes early.
Dress neatly and formally.
Be polite (but not overly or insincerely so) to everyone in the office.
Do act confident, but not overconfident.
Give the appearance of energy as you walk. Smile!
Do greet the interviewer by last name if you are sure of the pronunciation. If not, ask the employer to repeat it.
Do shake hands firmly and stand until offered a chair. Sit upright and look interested.
Do look a prospective employer in the eye while speaking.
If presented with an application, do fill it out neatly and completely.
Do listen carefully; it will help you see how you fit in, and how best to answer.
Do take a pause and think before you answer questions. Be articulate.
Do make sure that your good points come across to the interviewer in a factual, sincere manner. Stress your achievements.
Do always conduct yourself as if you are determined to get the job you are discussing.
Do answer truthfully.
Do thank the employer for interviewing you.

Nope!!
Don’t be late or overdressed. For women: wear only light perfume, make up, and jewelry.
Don't forget to bring a copy of your resume!
Don't smoke or chew gum, even if the interviewer does and offers you either.
Don’t fidget (looking at your watch, run hands through your hair).
Don't answer with a simple "yes" or "no." Don’t over-answer questions or talk too much either. Explain suitably and briefly.
Don't lie. Answer questions truthfully, frankly, and briefly.
Don't make derogatory remarks about your present or former employers and co-workers.
Don’t mention other companies that turned you down.
Don't inquire about salary, vacations, etc. during the first interview
unless you are sure the employer is interested in hiring you.
Don’t use the interviewer's first name unless asked.
Don’t take anyone with you to the interview.
Don’t apologize for lack of experience or training; stress your strong points instead.
Don’t ask to use the company telephone.
Don’t put anything on the interviewer's desk.
Don’t mention influential friends or acquaintances in the organization.
Don’t try to be very funny.
Don’t make elaborate promises.
Don’t plead for a job.



C.V. Don'ts
Here are some things you should definitely avoid when preparing your resume:
* Do not write resume or CV at the top - the first thing should be your identification data.
* Do not use colored paper to make
your resume more attractive! The attractiveness of a resume comes from
its content and organization. Print it on white or off white, good
quality paper.

* Do not submit a resume full of
spelling mistakes. Use your computer spell check and have a friend read
it over. A resume full of mistakes is a sign of a careless individual.

* Do not include your gender and
religion on a resume - your gender is apparent from your name, and no
employer will take religion into account when hiring, nor will it matter
whether you are veiled or not.

* Do not give too many details of
your marital status - married will do; the employer doesn’t need to know
how many kids you have at this stage.

* Do not put a picture of yourself
unless it is specifically requested from an employer; again, it will
never be a basis for judgment.

* Do not use abbreviations. Spell
the word out the first time you use it, and then you can use the
abbreviation throughout the remainder of the resume. This goes for even
the most commonly known abbreviations.

* Do not list your references on
the resume. End your resume with “References Furnished Upon Request” and
if the interviewer wants further details, he’ll let you know.

* Appearances count, so do not try
to save money by printing your resume on cheap paper instead of good
quality stock. Avoid coffee stains, etc...

* Do not reduce the size of your
resume so that it becomes difficult to read. If your experience requires
you to have a lengthy resume, then by all means have it.

* Do not try to play around with
the dates in order to hide the fact that you have been unemployed, that
you change jobs too frequently, or that you held low-level positions.

* If you are seeking a job in a
field in which you have no previous experience, do not use the
chronological format for your resume. Rather, use the functional or
skills-oriented format.

* Do not simply copy the job description jargon from the company's HR manual as your career objective.
* Avoid repetitive words; they make your resume extremely boring.
* Do not include the reason behind why you are not currently employed by each job listed on your resume.
* Focus on your most recent experiences, rather than on everything you’ve done in your life.
* Do not apply to positions that you are not qualified for, concentrate rather on the fields of interest where you qualify.
* When you send out your resume,
do not attach extra documents, transcripts, and so forth, unless you are
specifically asked to do so.


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