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INTERVIEW by Abd. Razak Said. Diploma in Stenography (ITM – MALAYSIA) B. Sc. Workforce Education & Development (SIUC – USA) M. Sc. Human Resource Development (UPM – MALAYSIA). KEY FACTORS TO BE EVALUATED DURING INTERVIEW. Appearance Voice and Language Usage Knowledge and skills

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INTERVIEWbyAbd. Razak Said

  • Diploma in Stenography (ITM – MALAYSIA)

  • B. Sc. Workforce Education & Development (SIUC – USA)

  • M. Sc. Human Resource Development (UPM – MALAYSIA)


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KEY FACTORS TO BE EVALUATED DURING INTERVIEW

  • Appearance

  • Voice and Language Usage

  • Knowledge and skills

  • Effectiveness in working with others

  • Self-confidence

  • Flexibility

  • Job interest


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NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION DURING INTERVIEW

  • Body Language

    - Gesture

    - Posture

    - Facial expressions

    - Eye contact

    - Touch


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NON-VERBAL (CONTINUED)

  • Paralanguage

    - Quality of voice – range, rate of speaking, pitch, volume, pauses, and intrusions

  • Proxemics

    - How people structure their territory and space.


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NON-VERBAL (CONTINUED)

  • Time

    - Arriving late can be interpreted as:

    Undependable, unreliable, unorganized, may also tell the person waiting as not important, etc.


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INTERVIEW TIPS

  • Be On Time – When you are late for an interview, even with a good excuse, you immediately place yourself at the bottom of the heap.

  • Know Where You Are Going – Find out the address of the company, and the route of your destination.


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INTERVIEW TIPS (CONT’D)

  • Get Food And Rest – It is difficult to perform well if you are tired and hungry. Make every effort to be rested and fed before the interview.

  • Dress Properly – What is important to remember is that you will be judged by your appearance.


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Uniform for Men

Dark (Preferably Navy blue) – 2 piece business suit.

Save Gray for the 2nd Interview.

White, long-sleeved.

Dark, striped tie. Dark blue is the best.

A contrasting color (like red) is acceptable.

Black dress shoes.

As for the rest, your hair should be clean, neat, and conservatively cut.

NO “WET LOOK”.

INTERVIEW TIPS (CONT’D)


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UNIFORM FOR WOMEN

A conservative suit in a high-quality, dark colored fabric is best.

Shoes should be simple, heels not too high, and real leather.

Jewelry should be kept to a minimum

Handbag should not be too large.

Your look should be conservative but current.

INTERVIEW TIPS (CONT’D)


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INTERVIEW TIPS (CONT’D)

  • Don’t wear much makeup.

  • Don’t wear heavy perfume

  • Avoid bright nail polish colors.

  • Hair should be clean, shiny, and neatly and conservatively styled.


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INTERVIEW TIPS (CONT’D)

  • Carry an attache case – For both men and women a quality attache case is a necessity. Dark brown and burgundy are the most popular colors. However, black is ok.

  • Arrive alone

  • Don’t arrive early – only fools rush in.


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INTERVIEW TIPS (CONT’D)

  • Review Your Notes

  • Acclimate to Your Environment – Find the restroom and “rest”. Check yourself out in the mirror, freshen up, and practice your best smile.

  • Don’t wear sunglasses – Take dark glasses off as soon as you walk indoors, place them in your attache case.


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INTERVIEW TIPS (CONT’D)

  • Greet the interviewer with a smile and a firm handshake.

  • Remain standing until you are asked to have a seat.

  • Use good posture when standing or sitting.

  • Listen attentively

  • Answer questions honestly and clearly.


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INTERVIEW TIPS (CONT’D)

  • Exhibit a positive attitude

  • Ask questions about the company and its products.

  • Keep good eye contact with the interviewer.


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INTERVIEW “DON’TS”

  • Don’t smoke

  • Don’t chew gum

  • Don’t interrupt

  • Don’t object to discriminatory questions – The interview is no place to take a stand. Don’t even mention that a question is illegal.

  • Don’t look at your watch


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INTERVIEW “DON’TS” (CONT’D)

  • Don’t read any documents on the interviewer’s desk.

  • Bring a friend or relative to the interview.

  • Display nervousness by tapping a pencil on the desk, twirling your hair, or any other annoying habit.

  • Slouch in your chair.


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INTERVIEW “DON’TS” (CONT’D)

  • Answer questions with “yeah,” “nope,” or “uh-huh.”

  • Criticize past employers or your teachers.

  • Ask questions only about the company’s benefit package.

  • Stand at the door after interview is over and continue to talk.


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THE END

THANK YOU

WASSALAM


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