a.k.u bukan hanya bercakap bagi pihak diri a.k.u sendiri ye
kang kata a.k.u berlagak lah bagai kan....
tapi ni kenyataan..
banyak je officers kat opis a.k.u ni berhenti sebab....dia dah cuba macam-macam cara..but tetap tak dapat naik pangkat.....malah dikatakan tidak performed lagi...
**sakit pulak hati kite kan**
memang kesian tengok dia orang...buat cam ne punya baik pun....tetap tidak di pandang...apakah??
- Take the time to research the company and the position you are interviewing for in advance. The more you know, the better equipped you'll be to respond to interview questions.
- The more practice you have at interviewing, the more comfortable you'll be during a job interview. Practice (ask a friend of family member to help) answering common interview questionsto get an idea of how to respond.
- This sounds like a no-brainer, but I've interviewed candidates who couldn't remember when they worked where. Be sure you know your work history, and bring an extra copy of your resume to refer to if you're nervous and need a reminder.
- Interviewing can be nerve wracking whether it's your first interview or you have interviewed many times in the past. Give yourself plenty of time to get to the interview, take a deep breath before you go into the interview, and do your best to stay calm.
- Don't rush to get out a response to an interview question. Briefly think about your response before you answer. Taking the time to compose your thoughts so you can respond effectively is better than jumping the gun and saying something you wish you hadn't after the fact.
- When you respond to interview questions give examples of how you handled related situations. The more specific you are, the more the hiring manager will see that you have the skills to do the job. Here's more on behavioral interviews and how to respond to behavioral interview questions.
- Don't be shy about what you have accomplished in your career. Share examples of your accomplishments that are related to the job you are interviewing for to reinforce the fact that you're capable and qualified.
- As you answer interview questions, try to stay focused on the job and how you are a fit for it. Do your best to match your abilities to the job description when responding.
- Your response to interview questions should be direct and to the point. Don't ramble and get off topic.
- Not sure what the interviewer is asking? It's fine to ask for clarification if you're not sure what is being asked.
- When you're asked about why you left (or are leaving your job) try to keep it positive. Be direct and focus your interview answer on the future, especially if your leaving wasn't under the best of circumstances.
- Your responses should be focused on your professional skills and abilities. There is no need to tell the interviewer all about your personal life, your interests, your family, or your hobbies. Most importantly, don't bring up any work-related issues you might have like having to arrange child care or transportation if you get the job.
- The last question you'll probably be is asked during a job interview is whether you have questions. Be prepared and have a list of questionsready to ask the interviewer.
- Don't forget to thank the interviewer and to take the time to follow up with a personal thank you note. If there are any questions you wish you had answered differently or more thoroughly, use your thank you letter to explain.