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Interview मा जाँदै हुनुहुन्छ भने यी कुरामा ध्यान दिनुहोस l


Success in a job interview starts with a solid foundation of knowledge on the job-seeker’s part. You should understand the employer, the requirements of the job, and the background of the person (or people) interviewing you. The more research you conduct, the more you’ll understand the employer, and the better you’ll be able to answer interview questions . Information sources include the organization’s Website and other published materials, search engines, research tools, and your network of contacts.

If your CV and cover letter have been impressive enough to get you an interview, the job could be yours – provided you perform well at the interview. Even the most seasoned professional can get flustered and spoil their chances, so with a little preparation you can avoid falling foul of these common interview blunders.

1.Turning up late
Unless you have a very good excuse and ring ahead to rearrange, turning up late for an appointment will not endear you to any employer.
2.Dressing inappropriately
While smart casual might be the current trend, professional attire is still proper business etiquette for interviews. It’s all about first impressions.
3.Fidgeting with unnecessary props
This can include mobile phones, nail files and chewing gum. They all have one thing in common — they don’t belong at the interview table.
4.Poor body language
Eye contact, good posture, a cheerful demeanour and a firm handshake will get you a long way in an interview.
5.Unclear answering and rambling
Take time to think before you answer questions and avoid bumbling to an uncomfortable halt; it doesn’t inspire confidence. Also, don’t mumble; the interviewer doesn’t want to have to ask you to repeat an answer or have to strain to hear every word you’re saying
6.Speaking negatively about your current employer
Never complain about your current employer no matter how despotic or ineffectual they are. Badmouthing won’t reflect well on you. 
7.Not asking questions
Employers want to see you’re interested enough to hear more about the post or company and will look kindly on any well placed questions.
8.Lying on your CV
Anything written on your CV could be discussed at an interview and a fabrication about your work or education record could damage your reputation in the long run.
9.Getting personal or too familiar
Avoid giving sob stories about how much you need the job due to the mountain of debt you’ve accrued. Also, don’t behave in a conceited or over familiar and flirty manner; it’s not a good look no matter how much you fancy your chances.
10.Not bringing along additional CVs
If you’re unsure how many people will be interviewing you, bring along surplus copies of your CV to hand out. It will show that you’re highly prepared.
11.Sitting down before invited
It’s common courtesy to wait until you’re shown a seat to sit down. Also, avoid slouching or putting your feet anywhere but firmly on the ground.
12.Discussing money or time off
Unless an offer is put on the table it’s not recommended that you discuss money or future working and holiday arrangements.
Using foul and inappropriate language is generally not acceptable at any time in the workplace, so at an interview it won’t win you any accolades.
14.Not following up
You might not think you’ve performed well in an interview but a simple email reiterating your interest is a courtesy that might just pay off in the long run.