By Eric Thorn, Esq.
The Front End
A great interview starts well before you get there. Of course you want to dress well, present a clean and crisp professional image, and arrive on time. Some say that if you get there on time you are already ten minutes late. You may also want to Google your name and look at cleaning up any ill-considered social media posts that an employer may have access to if they check you out on the web. And today, most do. As you can imagine most employers won’t consider posts of photos of you passed out in the bushes right after winning a big chugging contest, or pictures of you reclining at the beach with the caption “I should call in sick more often” as a big plus.
You should also anticipate some of the more common questions; your biggest strengths and weaknesses, product or service knowledge, your previous successes, etc. Continue reading “So You Want To Be A Rock Star – 6 Tips For A Great Job Interview”