Interview Tips

What's the most critical part of the interview? While some job seekers might think it's the question session or a company tour, job search coaches know the truth: The most critical stage of the interview is the time spent preparing for it.

The information provided here was compiled from years of restaurant management experience and will provide you with information which will make you a better interviewee both in the initial telephone interview and face-to-face interview. It is not a guarantee of a job offer, but simply advice to increase the probability of a job offer.

Most face to face interviews are preceded by an initial phone interview. The techniques described here apply to both interviews, but the objectives differ. In the telephone interview, the objective should be TO OBTAIN A FACE TO FACE INTERVIEW. With the face to face interview, the objective should be TO GET AN OFFER. Going for the offer differs from going for the job. The candidate who goes for the offer, sells himself to the company.

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