In today’s work day world do u think people have time to think on those things. Many times interviewer do not even have time to look through one CV. Ideally the aspirants focus on job and its description. One should first ask certain essential questions to self what he or she would be doing if given an opportunity to interview candidates. This would certainly ensure success up to 90%
In our Interviewing workshops, we typically recommend that job seekers go into an interview odorless (i.e. without their favorite lotion, perfume, or aftershave), so as not to trigger any allergic reactions with the interviewers. We also recommend that they try to keep their wardrobe color pallet neutral, so that it is them and their amazing skills that are memorable – not their SCREAMING clothes. While I’m positive that these recommendations are valid, my curiosity was piqued about just how big of a role these “sensory” factors play . . . so I decided to do a little research.
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