Interview tip: Be an equal opportunity charmer — Business Management Daily: Free Reports on Human Resources, Employment Law, Office Management, Office Communication, Office Technology and Small Business Tax Business Management Daily
It’s normal to be nervous in a big job interview. But don’t “save up” your looser, nicer, warmer self for the interviewer. Act friendly and professional with everyone, from the security guard to the secretary.
Why? In a survey by OfficeTeam, 91% of executives said they consider their aide’s opinion an important factor in deciding whether to hire a candidate. If it seems you “turned on the charm” only for the boss, you’ll lose.
Get weekly updates on breaking news and business advice to help you advance your career! The week's top stories and resources will be sent right to your inbox. Choose the topics you're interested in:
Managing the endless details of executive travel is an important part of your job. Do it wrong, and it can create extreme stress for you … your boss … and the relationship between you. Do it right, however, and you'll both look good – and feel great....Click here to find out more.