ISBN 9780070221789,How To Succeed At Interviews 2E

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ISBN 9780070221789

Tata McGraw - Hill Education

Publication Year 2008

ISBN 9780070221789

ISBN-10 0070221782


Edition 2nd
Number of Pages 212 Pages
Language (English)

Banking & finance: study & revision guides

The book will empower you with the knowledge and skills that will enable you to face interviews with confidence ? This revised and updated edition brings into focus the author's vast experience and knowledge in interviewing candidates in the backdrop of the changing trends in the job market today. Contains typical questions that candidates grapple with such as: How do I overcome interview jitters? How can I make a positive impression? What kind of questions can I expect? What kind of answers can I give? What happens after the interview TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1 Concept of Mutuality Purpose of an interview How the Organisation Benefits How the Interviewers Benefit How the Candidate Benefits Chapter 2 Job Search The Internet Speciality Job Sites Company Websites The Newspaper Trade Magazines Recruitment Agencies Employment Exchanges College Notice Boards Crisis! Careers After 40 years Chapter 3 The Hotshot Resume What is a Resume Purpose of a Resume Types of Resumes Preparing a Resume What does a Personalised resume do for you Destination Dustbin-Bad Resumes Basic Guidelines for a Good Resume Chapter 4 Preparing for the Interview Preparation Tips Pre-Interview Checklist The Night Before the Interview Chapter 5 The Interview Interview Ethics The Interview Day Your Dress Being on Time Its all about You Self Motivation Waiting for your Turn The Interview Why Do Candidates Get Rejected? Chapter 6 Techniques that Interviewer's Employ While waiting Entry Seating Putting at Ease Question Techniques Listening Interviewer Fatigue Evaluating personal Qualities Presentations Closing the Interview Chapter 7 Types of Interviews and Selection Methods