Job Seeker Tool Kit

Tips for interview:

  • As it said – “The first impression is the best impression”, conveying why you are the best fit for the role is important.
  • Branding of one’s own self in the resume is the most important of all. It adds the personality and the power of you across the page.
  • To know the audience that you would be facing. Spend as much time as you can to know about the firm that you are going to be interviewed for from as many sources as possible in terms of culture, its values, USP of the firm.
  • Some of the ways to best know about the above mentioned are through the glass door, company’s blog if they are any, company’s website, etc.
  • Get to know whom you will be interviewed with from the company in prior. Prepare with few questions that you could ask the interviewer. 
  • Check with the HR about the rounds of interview and the pattern prior.
  • Dress appropriately in business formals keeping it basic and conservative. Ensure its clean, pressed, and tailored with the best fit.
  • Never forget the attention to minute details as to shine your shoes, manicuring the nails, brush the hair neatly, razor shave. Looking at your best always boosts the confidence.
  • Ensure your body language is appropriate and mindful of what it conveys to others.
  • Above all do not stress and ensure to get enough sleep before the day.

Common interview questions:

  • As it said – “The first impression is the best impression”, conveying why you are the best fit for the role is important.
  • Branding of one’s own self in the resume is the most important of all. It adds the personality and the power of you across the page.
  • To know the audience that you would be facing. Spend as much time as you can to know about the firm that you are going to be interviewed for from as many sources as possible in terms of culture, its values, USP of the firm.
  • Some of the ways to best know about the above mentioned are through the glass door, company’s blog if they are any, company’s website, etc.
  • Get to know whom you will be interviewed with from the company in prior. Prepare with few questions that you could ask the interviewer. 
  • Check with the HR about the rounds of interview and the pattern prior.
  • Dress appropriately in business formals keeping it basic and conservative. Ensure its clean, pressed, and tailored with the best fit.
  • Never forget the attention to minute details as to shine your shoes, manicuring the nails, brush the hair neatly, razor shave. Looking at your best always boosts the confidence.
  • Ensure your body language is appropriate and mindful of what it conveys to others.
  • Above all do not stress and ensure to get enough sleep before the day.

Questions to the interviewer:

  • As it said – “The first impression is the best impression”, conveying why you are the best fit for the role is important.
  • Branding of one’s own self in the resume is the most important of all. It adds the personality and the power of you across the page.
  • To know the audience that you would be facing. Spend as much time as you can to know about the firm that you are going to be interviewed for from as many sources as possible in terms of culture, its values, USP of the firm.
  • Some of the ways to best know about the above mentioned are through the glass door, company’s blog if they are any, company’s website, etc.
  • Get to know whom you will be interviewed with from the company in prior. Prepare with few questions that you could ask the interviewer. 
  • Check with the HR about the rounds of interview and the pattern prior.
  • Dress appropriately in business formals keeping it basic and conservative. Ensure its clean, pressed, and tailored with the best fit.
  • Never forget the attention to minute details as to shine your shoes, manicuring the nails, brush the hair neatly, razor shave. Looking at your best always boosts the confidence.
  • Ensure your body language is appropriate and mindful of what it conveys to others.
  • Above all do not stress and ensure to get enough sleep before the day.

Networking on LinkedIn:

  • As it said – “The first impression is the best impression”, conveying why you are the best fit for the role is important.
  • Branding of one’s own self in the resume is the most important of all. It adds the personality and the power of you across the page.
  • To know the audience that you would be facing. Spend as much time as you can to know about the firm that you are going to be interviewed for from as many sources as possible in terms of culture, its values, USP of the firm.
  • Some of the ways to best know about the above mentioned are through the glass door, company’s blog if they are any, company’s website, etc.
  • Get to know whom you will be interviewed with from the company in prior. Prepare with few questions that you could ask the interviewer. 
  • Check with the HR about the rounds of interview and the pattern prior.
  • Dress appropriately in business formals keeping it basic and conservative. Ensure its clean, pressed, and tailored with the best fit.
  • Never forget the attention to minute details as to shine your shoes, manicuring the nails, brush the hair neatly, razor shave. Looking at your best always boosts the confidence.
  • Ensure your body language is appropriate and mindful of what it conveys to others.
  • Above all do not stress and ensure to get enough sleep before the day.