templates. Saturday , April 15th , 2017 - 16:01:32 PM
This question can be the deciding one. The interviewer wants to know some juice about your previous workplace. Never speak ill about your previous organization, superiors or co-workers. If you do, you are the one who would be blamed in the end, answer this question with a smile and say that you are looking for better opportunities and future career prospects.
How would you deal with employees not performing up to the mark in spite of them being capable of the same?
First of all, try to be as natural and as confident as you can. Dress in formal clothes and ensure that you don't suffer from a bad case of body odor. Pop a mouth freshener several minutes before your interview, if you smoke, etc. Don't overdo it with the perfume - you don't want to smell like a garden. And always smile, and talk naturally. Look at the interview, as a process of getting to know your future company or boss, rather than as a grueling ordeal.
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