To create structure - person for the job. Body language,...

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Hello class and professor, To create structure, in the selection interviewing process, start by defining the key requirements of the job. Once you have identified the job requirements, create standard interview questions based on these requirements. Ask questions about the job and let them know that you’re the best candidate for the position. Do research so you know what questions to ask. A good employer will ask why would you be a good candidate for the job. Your goal is to convince them that you are the best
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Unformatted text preview: person for the job. Body language, posture, mannerisms and appearance have an effect on decisions. Judgment is influenced by what they see. First impressions are important, so look professional for the interview. I think all the tips given in the video are good to use. Always look your best and be professional. Let them know that you are excited and very qualified to do the job....
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