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  1. Job Interview Members :Rizqi Amelia Fitriyani Wisnu Dwiyantoro

  2. Dos and Don’ts

  3. Preparations

  4. How to Dress Well in the Job interview?

  5. Dos • Use appropriate clothes (Formal, Simple, Showing who you are) • Don’t be too sexy/thight, too casual/ • Choose the appropriate colour. If you're going to wear a daring color, like red, do it tactfully, making sure the overall design of your outfit is especially conservative. • Don’t choose colour that makes you look not professional Play with coats, colours and layers

  6. Dos • Use appropriate clothes (Formal, Simple, Showing who you are) • Don’t be too sexy/thight, too casual/ • Choose the appropriate colour. If you're going to wear a daring color, like red, do it tactfully, making sure the overall design of your outfit is especially conservative. • Don’t choose colour that makes you look not professional Make experiment with ties

  7. Dos • Use appropriate clothes (Formal, Simple, Showing who you are) • Don’t be too sexy/thight, too casual/ • Choose the appropriate colour. If you're going to wear a daring color, like red, do it tactfully, making sure the overall design of your outfit is especially conservative. • Don’t choose colour that makes you look not professional Without blazer or coat, sweater is also proper

  8. Dos Use sweaters blazers or cardigans

  9. Use classic black pants or dress, high heels or ballet flat shoes Dos

  10. Don’ts Using earphone/ headset when being interviewed Using overwhelming parfume or cologne

  11. Don’ts Being Super Casual Out offdated fashion or saggy clothes

  12. Don’ts Too Much Make Up Too Much Accessories

  13. Don’ts Daring-flashy colour and thight-skimpy clothes Sleeveless/very casual underneath

  14. Tacky tie that makes you look funny

  15. How to Answer the Questions?

  16. Listen carefully to the interviewers and ask for clarification if you don’t understand. Talk with clear pronounciation fluently and politely. Maintain good eye contact during the interview and show your confidence. Respond to questions and back up your statements about yourself with specific examples whenever possible. Show that you have great knowledge or experiences. Give the answers seriously, exhibit a positive attitude and avoid fidgeting or slouching. Be honest and be yourself — your best professional self. 

  17. Don't be late, then make excuses if you’ve done wrong and don’t make any negative comments about previous workers. Don't show any negative attitude such as talking too much, not pay attention to the interviewers, treat them casually, or worse unpolitely. Don't give a bad impression by answering without any preparation and make you look unprofessional or less of knowledge.   Don't act as though you would take any job or are desperate for employment. Don't act carelessly such as sit rigidly, slouch , chew gum or smell like smoke. Don't play with your cellphone during the interview, bring a drink to the room or take your parents/pets.

  18. Increasing Performances Making A Thank You-Letter Asking Great Questions

  19. Some Great Questions May You Asked • What do you expect me to accomplish in the first 60 to 90 days? • What are the common attributes of your top performers? • What are a few things that really drive results for the company? • What do employees do in their spare time? • How do you plan to deal with...?

  20. Example of Thank You Letter

  21. References • Doyle, A (n.d.) Interview Attire. In Interview Fashion Faux-Pas: What Not to Wear to an Interview. Retrieved March 25, 2013 , from http://jobsearch.about.com/od/interviewattire/ss/Interview-Fashion-Faux-Pas-What-Not-To-Wear-To-An-Interview.htm • Doyle, A (n.d.) Interview Attire. In Interview Outfits for Men: What to Wear to an Interview. Retrieved March 25, 2013, from http://jobsearch.about.com/od/interview-attire/ss/interview-outfits-for-men.htm • Doyle, A (n.d.) Interview Attire. In Interview Outfits for Women: What to Wear to an Interview. Retrieved March 25, 2013, from http://jobsearch.about.com/od/interview-attire/ss/interview-outfits-for-women.htm • Haden, J (2012, August 6). 5 Questions Great Job Candidates Ask. Retrieved March 25, 2013, from http://www.inc.com/jeff-haden/5-questions-great-job-candidates-ask-interviewers.html • Sourceline Media, Inc. (n.d.) Thank You Letter Example. Retrieved March 25, 2013, from http://www.resume-resource.com/extyl1.html • Virginia Tech (n.d.) Interviewing. In Interview DOs and DON'Ts. Retrieved March 25, 2013, fromhttp://www.career.vt.edu/interviewing/DosDonts.html

  22. Thank you!