5 Ways to Make A Good Impression

By July 20, 2015Tips for Job Seekers

A job interview is not just the employer’s way of assessing your skills, but also a way of getting to know your personality and character. The skills you have are not the only aspects of you that determine whether or not you are a good fit for a job. Therefore, it is important to make a good impression at an interview, and it is equally important to continue making a good impression at work. Here are some great ways to do just that.

Dress Well

Dress professionally. If you wear nice clothing and have groomed yourself properly, it shows interviewers that you are serious. They will see that you took the time to look nice for your first meeting with them.

Arrive on Time

Being on time is possibly the most important part of the interview or the job. It is just as important as the quality of the work itself. 

Be Confident

Simple things like maintaining eye contact with the interviewer and sitting up straight will help you appear confident. 

Ask Good Questions

At the end of the interview, the employer may ask you if you have any questions for them. Even if they were very thorough when telling you about the job and what is expected of you, you should still come up with something to ask. 

Show Appreciation

Thanking your interviewers for their time is something that a lot of people forget to do but can contribute greatly to their impression of you. 

At Forge Industrial Staffing, we pride ourselves on having the resources of a large-scale staffing agency while having the personal touch of a specialty agency. Our qualified staff will work with you to find the right job, or the right employees for you.

No matter where you are in your job search, whether you’re just starting out or you’re just looking for a better opportunity, Forge Industrial Staffing has hundreds of positions to meet every need. Experience the Forge difference today and see how we are Changing Lives, One Job at a Time.

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