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Listen carefully..

Some things use to be acceptable in the workforce management industry.

Do they hold the same value in today's society?

Do you want to "knock their socks off" at your interview? Remember to employ this method called:

                  The Interview Posture

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Jerilyn Brown
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If you are unsure of what proper interview posture is follow the general guidelines:

  • Smile at the beginning and at the end of the interview process. Smiling too frequently throughout the interview can cause you to come across as nervous or unsure.
  • Sit up right with your hands palms down on your legs or in your lap. Avoid sitting with your arms crossed. Interviewers may perceive this as a defensive posture.
  • Maintain direct eye contact with your interviewer without staring at them. This may seem obvious but it is possible to make the interviewer uncomfortable if you don't break your gaze from time to time.
  • If you tend to gesture frequently during conversations try to be mindful of how animated your gestures are. Being overly animated can be a distracting factor during the interview.
  • Follow this link for Richard McMunn's examples: YouTube
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