Cut The Cliché Answers And Other Things Hiring Managers Wish You Knew
Have An Attitude–A Positive One
Your attitude in an interview really does matter. Not only is the interviewer looking to see if you are a positive person, they want to see how your personality will click with the organization. “Often, one personality type will simply fit better into a treatment than another will, and that’s the kind of thing that’s very difficult (if not impossible) for a candidate to know,” reported U.S. News & World Report.