What you say and wear are important factors in the interview
process, but good manners and attitude are important as well.
To display good manners when interviewing, consider the
Arrive on time and demonstrate reliability and dependability. Do not show
up late. Should an emergency arise, call your interviewer and let them know
the circumstances. (Got lost, etc.)
When you do meet the employer, smile, offer a friendly greeting and extend
a firm handshake. This shows your sincerity.
Mr. or Ms.
Address your interviewer(s) as Mr. or Ms. unless told otherwise. This demonstrates
respect for his or her position.
If someone comes into the office or they receive a phone call, don't listen
in on the conversation. Busy yourself. Look over your resume and interview
smoke or chew gum.
Remember not to argue or express a bad attitude while interviewing.
Leave family members at home. Do not bring anyone with you. Bringing your
children may give the employer the impression daycare will be a problem.