Below are the best practices compiled based on feedback from recruiters across several organisations over a period of time.
- Be on time for all interviews. Always inform in case you are running late.
- Try and avoid last minute changes. Inform 24 hours prior in case you want to change the schedule.
- It’s a good practice to respond to an interview invitation.
- Do your homework about the Company, their Products & Services.
- Understand the interview requirements and make sure you are prepared to take it up
- For face-to-face meetings, give yourself enough time to complete all the interview rounds
- Have a paper & pencil handy for telephone & video interviews
- Ensure your speakers, webcam, and microphone are in working condition for Video Interviews.
- If you live in an area that has power cuts, you need to take this into consideration.
- Rescheduling interview reflects the importance given to the interview over other engagements
- As a general practice, we suggest that you don’t reschedule any interview more than once.
- “No Show” means that a person is absent for a scheduled interview & there is no prior intimation
- We highly recommend that you avoid No Shows
- Your overall behaviour has impact on your reputation
- Several organisation track such information to understand your interest level in the opportunity