Aug 21, 2018 - 10:19 AM
First, spend some time researching the dress code of your potential employer. You want to look the part in the interview. If the workplace leans casual, there’s no need to wear a formal business suit. No matter how laid back the office environment is, however, you should always look neat and professional.
During the interview, present yourself as confident, alert, and polite. Set the tone with a great first impression, which should include a firm handshake and eye contact. From the first impression through the duration of the interview, speak clearly and remember to relax. Above all, be your authentic self. Be professional and friendly, but never try to present yourself as the person you think the recruiter wants you to be.
Finally, remember the importance of body language. Smile, sit with proper posture, and avoid fidgeting. Your whole body should show the recruiter you are confident, pleasant, and calm.