What should I always do during an interview at TSA?
Hi @Vera Osei - when preparing for your interview at TSA, here are some suggestions:
Come prepared. Before your scheduled interview, do your research on the company by visiting their website, specifically the "about us" page. It's important to find out as much as you can about the job and the company itself. This includes its history, products, achievements, etc. Be prepared to talk about these things during your interview. It will help you prepare to answer interview questions about the organization as well as help you craft questions to ask the interviewer.
Dress to impress. Be sure to look the part! Shower, shave and use minimal cologne/perfume. You want to look professional and ready for the responsibility of a new job. For ladies, dress pants and a nice blouse are always a great option. And for men, khakis and a polo is a perfect interview outfit. Don't wait until the last minute to pick out your outfit. Make sure your clothes are ready to go the night before and are stain-free and wrinkle-free. Check out these tips on what to wear to an interview!
Plan ahead. You’ll want to arrive for your interview about 10 minutes before your start time, so plan accordingly! If you are taking public transportation, be sure you know the exact route and how long it will take. If you’re driving, confirm there is parking available and if not, find out what the options are.
Smile and make eye contact. Remember to breathe, smile, and make eye contact with the person who is interviewing you. At the beginning and end of the conversation, stand and offer a firm, confident handshake! And of course, thank them on the way out.
Follow up. Following up lets the employer know you are serious, reminds them of who you are, and keeps the hiring process moving along. Send a thank-you note/email immediately after an interview. This is a little common courtesy and helps your name stand out! Within the next few business days, follow up with a call or email. See what to say in your follow-up here!
Good luck! Let us know how it goes.
Never act like human rights are something to be considered and let them know you will violate every ethical and moral code . You will have the job instantly. Are things that bad that you would work for trash like that? Many of them are coming down with horrible cancers from the radiation of the scanners.
When answering the interview questions, answer them in the STAR format. Situation, tasks, action, and result.