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Unformatted text preview: ob openings please visit our web page: www.ericsson.com/careers Download free ebooks at bookboon.com 22 Interview Secrets Exposed Sample 15 questions NOT to ask: • How many sick days and holiday days do I get? • Do I still get paid for a sick day? • If I start next week how long until I will get a pay rise? • How long is the lunch break? • What is it that your company does? • Are the working hours flexible? • Am I able to have my own office? • Who are the “coolest” people on my team? • How many warnings do you get before you are fired? • Are there many coffee shops close by? • How financially sound is this company? • What are your strengths and weaknesses? • Will I be given an employee handbook? • What is the company policy on internet use? • Can I use Facebook? Download free ebooks at bookboon.com 23 Interview Secrets Exposed Dressing for the interview Now that you have done your research and prepared for the interview it is now time to dress for the interview. “Don’t Dress for the job you have, dress for the job you want to have” Does what you wear to an interview really make a difference in the hiring process? The answer is yes – the way you dress always matters. Don’t allow your appearance to damage your chances of being hired for a job. As the old phrase goes, “dress for success”! When you walk into an interview room the very first thing an interviewer does is look at you. No matter how many skills you have and how relevant your experience is, do not allow this first impression to ruin your chances. Make no mistake – dressing properly will not guarantee you the job, but dressing inappropriately can definitely lose you the job. Gaining employment is subject to numerous variables beyond your control and factors significantly unknown to you. You have no control over employer’s perceptions, personal preferences or the competitors for the job. You do, however, have control of your image and how you present yourself. How...
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2013 for the course BA 202 taught by Professor Cuongvu during the Fall '13 term at Copenhagen Business School.

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