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Thursday 15 September 2011

Every interview 'should be approached like the first'

People applying for a job should enter every interview like it is the first they have ever had, according to one expert.

Kirsty Burgess from Reabur.com said that sales recruitment candidates and other applicants need to forget about any previous negative experiences they may have had in interviews and adopt a fresh mindset.

She explained that, while nobody likes rejection and it can be very difficult to remain positive, this is the best way of achieving recruitment success.

"A negative approach to job hunting and a negative self-perception will be seen by employers, and means that chances of success are further reduced," Ms Burgess explained.

She added that it is therefore "vital" that jobseekers approach each and every job application and interview as if it is the first.

Tony Roy, president of CareerBuilder EMEA, recently said that modern employers are evaluating "the whole package" during job interviews, with non-verbal cues from job candidates being very influential on the recruitment decision.

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Origin: Salespeak News

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