– Researching yourself: Know what you need, what you want and what you don’t want to help you define the job you want to pursue and accept
– Effectively researching the company, interviewer, role and competitors to uncover inside scoops and essential corporate culture information to help you make the right decision for you
– Having the right questions to ask and having the right answers their questions to reduce your anxiety and improve your performance
– Understanding how to present your salary and compensation parameters and not sell yourself short
– Accepting a job that you want on your terms to ensure you are happy in your next position
All your hard work could still go to waste if you fail your interview so we thought we would finish the journey with you and give you an interview survival guide to make sure you don’t fall at the last hurdle. We cover the common mistakes that people can make and also the not so common, industry specific answers that HR really don’t want to hear from you. Yes, this is no nonsense advice based on our joint experience of interviews over many years. And yes, there is a bit of humour here with examples of our worst interview answers ever. A must read!