Things You Should NOT Do at an Interview

Not Doing Your Research You might have the skills to do the job, but do you know the how the company operates?

Unless you have a very good excuse and call ahead to rearrange, turning up late for an appointment will not endear you to any employer.

While smart casual might be the current trend, professional attire is still proper business etiquette for interviews. It’s all about first impressions.

This can include cell phones, nail files, and chewing gum. They all have one thing in common – they don’t belong at the interview table.

Eye contact, good posture, a cheerful demeanor and a firm handshake will get you a long way in an interview.

Unclear Answering and Rambling

Speaking Negatively About Your Current Employer