Language in Job Interviews
Is body language
important to get what you want?
Gone are the days when the job
seeker has to write the handwritten application letter to earn that
job interview. In this age of computers and cyber technology, most
employers prefer applicants who apply online, and more job seekers
are looking to the net for their job opportunities. But one thing
remains the same - the body language of the applicant
during job interviews and how they make the first impression as
they step inside that interview room.
- Your Type of Person
Your Type of Person Based on your body language, an interviewer may know whether you are confident or not, if you are the shy type or the friendly type, if you are a loner or a team player, or even...
- Be Punctual
Be Punctual This is the most important aspect of the job interview arriving on time. The job interview is deemed as a very important appointment, and being late is a cardinal crime with gravity that...
- Proper Body Posture
Proper Body Posture Body posture is important during job interviews and you can adopt the following stance. At the beginning of the interview, sit up straight in your chair, with your back leaning...
- Proper Gestures
Proper Gestures Do not cross your arms because this might be perceived as a defensive move. Just place your hands loosely on your lap or just put them on the armrest of your chair. By doing this, you...
- The Panel Interview
The Panel Interview Being interviewed by one person could be a piece of cake for many. But being interviewed by a group could be a confusing ordeal, especially when it comes to who you should look at...
- Body Language of Your Interviewers
Body Language of Your Interviewers Observing the body language of your interviewers is as important as being aware of your own body movements. The body gestures of your interviewers can give you an...
- It's Okay to be Nervous
Its Okay to be Nervous Knowing how to act confidently using body language can increase your chances of passing the interview. You can utilize this knowledge to conceal your anxiety a little, but this...