To use quality and processes to deliver, "In Time".
Recruitment and search services, based on an intimate understanding of our clients needs,
in order to enable them to achieve their corporate objectives through the very best talent available.
(Interviewing Tips/ Counter Offers/get your resume reviewed)
Getting ready for the Interview
- Make sure your appearance is neat and professional. Dress as if you already work for the employer.
- Arrive on time! No excuse for lateness is ever really satisfactory. Allow yourself plenty of travel time, especially if you're not sure how to get to the location.
- Bring an extra copy of your resume and appropriate samples of your work.
- Come prepared with knowledge of the industry, company and the position.
- Make an ally of the receptionist and everybody else you meet along the way.
- Help the interviewer feel comfortable. He or she may be as terrified of the interview than you are.
- Get things off to a good start with a firm handshake, a friendly smile and a polite greeting.
- Avoid nervous mannerisms such as fidgeting and hair twirling. Be relaxed and self-confident.
- Know the correct spelling and pronunciation of your interviewer's name.
- Show self-confidence and self-respect at all times, but do not project the attitude that you are interested only in what's in it for you. Show respect for the organisation as a whole & NOT only in the position you're interested in.
- Let the interviewer control the first interview. You should be given an opportunity to ask questions, but salary and benefits are usually discussed at follow-up interviews.
- Never speak negatively of other employers or associates. It may come back to haunt you.
- Always show enthusiasm but keep control of your emotions.
- Make sure you have anticipated any objections to your qualifications.
- Present your accomplishments in job-related terms.
- Relax. Be yourself.