Prepared For: Muhammad Faisol Chowdhruy Sec- 04 Submission Date- 10/08/2011


10 questions that you will use to interview candidates for the job of teaching Mgt 351 How to become a successful interviewer? How to be a successful interviewee?

Name  Mehnaz Tarannum  Tanvir Hussain  S.M.Ali Adnan  Pankaj Das  Tanvir Hassan

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Letter of Transmittal

10th August, 2011 To Muhammad Faisol Chowdhury (FCY) Lecturer, School of Business, North South University, Dhaka.

We have successfully completed our report for this mgt-351 course. We have prepared 10 questions that we may use to interview candidates for the job of teaching MGT-351 and also we have prepared the process of becoming a successful interviewer and interviewee. We have made some recommendations so that the findings of our report can be more justified. We appreciate all sort of criticism and we most welcome any queries. If you have any query please contact us.

----------------Tanvir Hossain

--------------------Mehnaz Tarannum

------------------Pankaj Das

-----------------------S.M. Ali Adnan

-----------------------Tanvir Hasan


Muhammd Faisol Chowdhury. Tanvir Hossain Mehnaz Tarannum Pankaj Das S. This project work is not performed for the award of any Degree or diploma/ associate ship/fellowship and similar project if any. We therefore declare that. is a record of an original work done by us under the guidance of our faculty. we will not use this project for any type personal benefit.M.ii. Declaration statement We hereby declare that the project work submitted to our MGT-351 Faculty. Ali Adnan Tanvir Hasan 3 . We also declare that we have not copied anything in this project without proper reference.

Unfortunately. we sincerely acknowledge our debt to Muhammad Faisol Chowdhury. Without his encouragement. Our first acknowledge goes to the almighty Allah for bestowing us the patience and courage to finish this huge task within its deadline. and long hours made the project both possible and successful – under the pressure of knocking deadline. At last. Acknowledgement One of the most pleasant parts of submitting a report is the opportunity to thank those who have contributed to it. whose unflagging patience and astounding capacity for creative matter how extensive is always incomplete and inadequate. 4 .iii. the list of expression of thanks. this would have been impossible. for his valuable counseling towards the improvement of the project. These acknowledgements are no exception. Acknowledgments must go to the team members. our honorable faculty.

one need to follow some generalized rules and systems that we have discussed in this report. why should we hire them.iv. Executive Summary: This report lists and explains different questions that are generally asked by an interviewer and also illustrates a preparation guide for interviewers and interviewees. our report explains how to become an effective interviewer. We also have mentioned some issues that the interviewer should always be aware of like EEO. We believe that to excel in interviews. and Diversity Management and so on. Initially. We have also stated our recommendations and limitations on doing this report. what are their career goals. In the final phase of the project. We believe that these questions will help us a great deal to assess and evaluate the candidates properly. what are their strengths. what really attracts them behind choosing the profession of a teacher and also whether they believe in themselves that they are capable of performing the job tasks efficiently. Major questions include asking candidates to describe themselves. Next. we have discussed regarding how a person can prepare for a successful interview. but also help interviewees to successfully impress the interviewers and capture the job. our report consists of 10 questions that we may use to interview candidates for the job of teaching MGT 351. 5 . We believe that any person who would go through these steps will be very close of becoming an effective interviewer. We believe that the range of questions and tips discussed in our report will not only help to create meticulous interview questions and effective interviewers. We have discussed about some important steps and procedures that a person should go through to become a successful interviewer. AA.

.1 (Part-01)10 questions to ask Candidates for teaching HRM ……………………….....2 (Part-2) How to be an effective as an employment interviewer …………………………....0 Body Part …………………………………………………………………………….......08 2...18 3........2 Scope 1.0 Recommendations …………………………………….. ………07-08 1..23 4. ………08-23 2.........24 6 .........v...4 Limitations 2....0 Conclusion …………………………………………………………………………………....0 Introduction……………………………………………………………………………..13 2....1 Objective 1.. Table of contents 1.3 Methodology 1......3 (Part-03) How to take preparation as an interviewee for a successful interview…………..

0 Introduction: This report was written for the partial fulfillment of our Management-351 course entitled “Human Resource Management” which is a core course in B. the scope is there for individuals to improve themselves and keep themselves up-to-date with the advancement of the corporate world by following our report. This report gave the opportunity to teach us the real impact of human resource management activities in an organization which helped us to understand the depth of the topic more and to connect the theory with our real life implications. We also have included questionnaires which are frequently asked during interviews. 1. By following these. Then gradually in future we will certainly become interviewers. 1. We also had scope to talk with different successful interviewees and effective interviewers while doing our report. In this course we come to know different theories which are based on the Human Resource Management.A.B. we believe that anyone with good potential and integrity can become successful in his/ her work. Before writing this report we only had the theoretical knowledge about this topic but we had the curiosity how this Human resource management system really works in real life. The objective of our report is to find out the way of turning oneself into an effective interviewer and also how to prepare oneself to be a successful interviewee. most of us will probably enter the corporate world. 7 . mostly for the HR candidates.1Objective: Once we finish our studies.1. So. to be successful in our field of work it is very important to know about the system or process of becoming a successful interviewer and interviewee. While we are writing this report we are have founds lots of similarity on these theories. So. There we will have to face frequent interviews. We believe these little experiences will help us a lot in our upcoming future.2Scope: This report includes the mostly accepted way of becoming an effective interviewer and a successful interviewee.

we also had some limitation in our work like others. But we have tried hard to generalize things and tried to make our findings acceptable to majority of the people. I really enjoy meeting and working with a lot of different people. 8 .3Methodology: To fulfill our objective we have conduct several methods to get our desired information. 2. We have researched over some books to get the perfect knowledge about our project topics. hobby etc. academic background. We have prepared the set of questionnaires based on our own perception and knowledge. such as  I'm a people person. 1. A candidate can describe him/herself in several ways.1Part-01 The 10 questions that we will use to interview candidates for the job of teaching MGT-351: 1.0 Report Body 2. However.4Limitations: We tried our level best to prepare the report properly and efficiently. We have also talked with different corporate people just to know about their experiences and to get a real idea. We have also written the procedure of becoming an effective interviewer and successful interviewee based on our own way of thinking and the way that we have found to be most effective and mostly accepted worldwide. One may think some elements to be more important that we may have found less important. interests. By this question candidate is asked to give a general idea about him/her. The general information includes name. We also visited the website to get the clear idea and in dept information about the advancement and latest trends. However. Tell us something about yourself.1. Other than these we do not have any other major limitations in our work. any individual may disagree with us as different people have different way of thinking and different view point.

When you respond. I like to explore alternative solutions to problems and have an open mind about what will work best. whether it is . So HR Professionals are the persons who take care of this important resource and that are why they are called Human Doctors. and the work environment. This enables me to be as productive as possible on the job. Recruitment.  I enjoy solving problems. What are your greatest strengths? This is one of the easier interview questions interviewee will be asked. Appraisals. The best way to respond is to describe the skills and experience that directly correlate 9 . Why are you interested in teaching Human Resource Management? By this question an interviewee is asked to explain why he/she has chosen this particular field. their work and interpersonal relationship with them. meeting new people.” An interviewee can answer this question in this manner. 2.  I'm a creative thinker.policy making. troubleshooting issues.” 3. I pay attention to all the details. Your answer should help show the interviewer why you're a match for the job and for the company. “I have done my major in Human Resource Management and I have experience in managing people. the company culture. I like talking people. “Actually I am extrovert person. and like to be sure that everything is just right.  I'm efficient and highly organized. I'm a perfectionist.Human Resource is an important asset for any organization . keep in mind the type of position you are interviewing for. He/she can say. I like that everyone should know me as a HR .You need professionals who can take care of Human Resource in an efficient and effective way because at the end of a day if your employee would not be happy than the effect will be on the Organization Performance. it's important to discuss attributes that will qualify the candidate for the job. As a profession HR gives you more liberty in bringing the changes in the organization that you want. Employee Engagement all give you satisfaction and keep you in high spirits. and coming up with solutions in a timely manner. When candidate is asked questions about strengths.

I prefer to complete the project well ahead of schedule. Be positive and reiterate your interest in the company and the position. Again when preparing for this question. it is in fact a tricky job interview question. I don't want just to meet deadlines. 5. Rather. by describing desires that the job you have applied for will be able to deliver to the candidate. efficient. Answer this question the way you think the interviewer wants you to answer it. experience. While the interviewer is asking you what you are looking for in a job. in actual fact they want you to answer with what they are looking for from you. This may seem like an easy common interview question to answer. A candidate can answer this question in several ways such as     When I'm working on a project. I have exceeded my sales goals every quarter and I've earned a bonus each year since I started with my current employer. as well as mentioning what you have accomplished in your other positions. I pride myself on my customer service skills and my ability to resolve what could be difficult situations. 4. social status etc rather than focusing on salary. recognition. be sure to have the job ad close at hand in order to assess in precise detail what the recruiter is looking for in a candidate. Take a few moments to compare the job description with your abilities. 10 . Candidate can mention about how much salary he/she is looking for if asked but should not mention the exact amount but can mention a range.with the job candidate is applying for. Why should we hire you? The best way to respond is to give concrete examples of why your skills and accomplishments make you the best candidate for the job. and take pride in excelling at my work. What are the most important things you are looking for job? Best way to respond to this question is focusing on self esteem. My time management skills are excellent and I'm organized.

By displaying your enthusiasm and desire to succeed. this question will help me to know the persons real Moto in life. When answering this typical job interview question stay focused on career goals and aspirations. The goals that you describe should be career focused. You may be able to supplement this by showing your knowledge of professional bodies and the steps you will need to take to gain their qualifications. based on areas where you would like to improve on a skill or achieve a qualification that will boost your career growth. Do you thing you can reach to your goals by working in this organization? A short term goal generally falls within a one to two year delivery period. never leave a door closed.not necessarily tying yourself down to a particular route. 11 . 7. e. we are just like a headless chicken running around a field without anything to aim for. What are your career goals for next 5 years? Try to avoid vague or general answers such as “I would hope to grow with the responsibility I am offered and to develop my skills as far as I am able” or “I would expect to be in a management role by then”. When answering to how you intend on achieving these goals to the employer. So. Some may also have a broader thinking. A goal will help to provide us with guidance and direction and help us move forward in life. like one may wish to give proper knowledge or education to the students and this may be the most desirable thing to him. in areas such as Human Resource Management. I will get to know does the money in the profession attract him or he/she wants the get the respect. 8. This question allows you to demonstrate that you have done your research on the career routes open to you within the organization and so you should try to be more specific .g. What do you find most attractive about this position? By asking this question I will be able to identify what really attracts the candidate behind choosing the profession of teaching. Use the employer's recruitment literature to gain an idea of the career paths followed by past graduates. Without goals. but showing that you have at least a general idea of where you want to go.6. this will indicate to the employer that you are a motivated and inspired employee. Opportunity and drive is your number one objective in order to achieve any goal and this is why your explanation needs to be realistic and attainable within this short period.

10. organizational structure.9. the judging the person will be a lot easier for me. I will also be able to identify the candidates mind set and does he/she really believe in himself that he/she has the capability of performing the job duties and responsibilities efficiently. Can you perform the essential functions of the job for which you have applied for? This question is basically about knowing the job-fit of the candidate. salary structure etc. 12 . If the person has the confidence of doing the work properly than it will show in up in the way he /her answers the questions. The way the candidate will answer this question. So. These are the 10 questions that we think can be asked when we are taking interview for the job of teaching Management-351 in North-South University. The candidate and I will also be sure about the organization fit that means will the candidate be able to cope him/her the new job environment and organizational culture. job duties and responsibilities. Do you have any questions about your job duties or about the organization? This question is also very important. This question will give them a chance to know about these very important issues. It is very often found that the candidates also have something to ask about the organization. I will be able to judge his confidence level.

and situational. marketing etc. now it’s time to prepare the questions that you will going to ask the interviewees. like do you want people from Human Resource background or you want people from finance. By judging the answers. The next step is to review the review the candidates’ resumes. Here we are going to discuss the steps and processes of becoming a successful interviewer: First. Then you need to choose the interview format. If the interviewer goes through the resumes before the interview. There are also different types of interview techniques. There are different types of interview formats available like the structured or unstructured format. To be a successful job interviewer one have to go through several processes and different steps. After you have successfully chosen the interview format. online are many other types of interview techniques available. panel. for example there are sequential.2.2Part-2 How to be an effective as an employment interviewer: It is not always easy to become a successful job interviewer. 13 . Then it will become a lot easier for the interviewer to conduct the interview successfully and hence become a successful interviewer. To be a successful interviewer you have to find the best technique and best format according to the situation and according to your need. It is very often found that the applicants have applied through their resumes. then it is obvious that the interviewer will have some sort of primary idea about the person and about his/her background. it should be possible to select the appropriate person for the respective job. This is why it is very important to select the questions properly. It is often found that if the questions are not well structured the whole interview process comes under criticism. you need to know what are the vacant positions are available in the organization and what type of people you want for those positions. The questions should be logical and they should bring out the best from the interviewee.

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO):. if you find that the supply is less than the demand or the demand is less than the supply than you will have a whole different mindset.Doing Research Once you have properly implemented the previous stuffs than the time has come to do some research work. like what is the total population. If the supply and demand of labor and talent in the market is sufficient than you will have one unique type of mindset before interview. Planning the whole interview process: The next step is to plan the whole interview process and structure. To follow EEO is 14 . what is the density.EEO means to give a fair and equal chance to everyone. Labor Market Analysis: Labor market analysis means to find out the supply and demand of talents in the labor market. Ethical issues: The interviewer should be aware of the ethical issues. However. Target Role Analysis: Target role analysis means to analyze the job duties and responsibilities that the selected person will have to perform. Demographic Condition: This means to find out the condition of the country. The interviewer should not be biased on any circumstances. So. The target role analysis is more like the job analysis thing. It is very to plan a thing before executing it. Before the interview starts it is very important to do some research about these issues as it will give the interviewer an overall idea of the current situation. In this planning process the interviewer have to know about some important issues. These things are also very important to know as an interviewer and specially if you want to be a successful one. before the interview starts you have to be sure about these things in your mind. what is the average age etc.

one of the most important things is to know about various discriminatory acts and keep himself/ herself away from it. Affirmative action is intended as an attempt to promote equal opportunity. color. The interviewer should take some time between the interviews and should evaluate himself that he/she is not discriminating anyone in any aspect. nationality etc. Affirmative Action (AA):. gender. religion. Diversity Management: "Diversity Management" is a strategy to promote the perception. sexual orientation or national origin" into consideration in order to benefit an underrepresented group. The justification for affirmative action is that it helps to compensate for past discrimination. in a global marketplace. Diversity can be based on age.) is better able to understand the demographics of the marketplace it serves and is thus better equipped to thrive in that marketplace than a company that has a more limited range of employee demographics. The "business case for diversity" theorizes that. ethnicity. people from ethnically and racially diverse backgrounds etc. It is often instituted in government and educational settings to ensure that minority groups within a society are included in all programs.To be a successful interviewer. a company that employs a diverse workforce (both men and women.legislative that if the interviewer does not treat everyone equally during the interview then he/she is violating the law and the interviewee can take legal actions against the person. persecution or exploitation by the ruling class of a culture and to address existing discrimination. usually as a means to counter the effects of a history of discrimination.Affirmative Action means to go beyond EEO and doing something extra for the minorities and women. is considered by its proponents to be justified by disparate impact. 15 . especially in the United States. Anti-Discrimination:. race. It is not legislative to perform Affirmative Action. people of many generations. The implementation of affirmative action. The focus of such policies ranges from employment and education to public contracting and health programs. Affirmative action refers to policies that take factors including "race. acknowledgement and implementation of diversity in organizations and institutions.

16 . The interviewer should try to make the interviewee as comfortable as possible.Establish Rapport with the interviewee at first: First of all. This is the main part of the interview where the interviewer will ask technical questions regarding the interviewee’s for any signs of boredom on behalf of the interviewer Avoid jargon Think replies out before answering Leave with a smile! Start the main interview: The interviewer can use sequential strategy to understand the candidate well. and suitability for the job. knowledge. But the interviewee should maintain good eye contact and be aware of body language. So interviewer can ask him non-job related question as well as can gossip few minutes to make him comfortable. It's better therefore to focus on 'good' interview questions rather than 'tough' ones. Good interview questions encourage interviewees to think about them and to give the interviewer clear and revealing information as to the interviewee's needs. experience. and feelings to the interviewer. the interviewer should welcome candidate with friendly behaviour because the candidates are always nervous in the interview period. attitudes. The interviewer should be aware of the following:          Have a firm handshake Be alert and upright . The best interview questions are therefore the questions which most help interviewees to reveal their skills. capabilities.and relax! Look enthusiastic and interested Speak clearly Maintain plenty of eye contact Let the interviewer lead Don't go on too much . personality.

Recruitment precedes selection and helps in Different types of people. selecting a right candidate. The candidate's ability to get the job done is a given in this case. Try to end the interview on a positive note .  Give chance to the candidate for asking any question about job or organization. These factors don't necessarily address the candidate's skills as they relate to the job. If you're in the recruiting process. Review the process: After the candidate leaves candidate. Recruitment and Selection plays a vital role in this situation.  Finally. tracking the numbers so that the candidate can understand his mistake and his position during the interview period . explain that once the hiring decision has been made. break down each candidate in terms of three areas: work style.The beginning and ending of the interview can be the most crucial aspects of the interview. Final assessment and eventually selecting the appropriate person for the vacant position: For every organization it is important to have a right person on a right j o b . If appropriate. it always very important to review the stuffs once the interviewee leaves. close the interview by explaining what happens next in the hiring process and thank the candidate for his or her time. as determined by their personalities or work styles. So. job offers may be conditioned on favorable results of any necessary professional and/or physical examinations or successful completion of academic requirements.Going for a review process such as the interviewer should say the answer of the question whatever he asked. Actually two things are necessary for ending the interview. the interviewer can review the note and fill in the structured interview guide. even when you are in a position to guarantee it. These criteria 17 . Avoid stating any type of appointment commitment. Reviewing the interview shortly after the candidate leaves which can also help minimize snap judgments and negative emphasis.Close the interview: It is the important component for conducting the interview. management requirements and ideal work environment. will be successful in different types of companies.

the interviewer should sit with their board members to select the candidate finally for the position. they can select right person for the right job. feelings and reactions are played back to the living present to be listened to by the interviewer who can then get a glimpse into your inner qualities which otherwise cannot be easily exposed.will be helpful in choosing any candidate.3Part-03 How to take preparation as an interviewee for a successful interview: An interview is a formal meeting with a view to ascertaining your suitability for the job before entering a contract or agreement. 18 . In an interview.There are elements of a candidate's work style beyond the basic ability to complete the necessary tasks. It is a social process. It can also be mentioned that the interview should take place in a private room where telephone calls are not accepted and cannot be minimized interruptions. characteristics and ideas on a variety of subjects. and will be especially beneficial when you have two or more top prospects from which to choose . It is like a tape recorder in which your past incidents. These are the personality traits that motivate a person to do the job. 2. Through this method it is possible for a person to come in contact with the other and know his attitudes. Taking opinion from each other regarding candidate. The interviewer tries to expose the inner traits and qualities of the interviewee. Probably most interviews fail to unearth the best candidate because the interviewer is unprepared or overconfident or just plain lazy. After completing the interview of the candidate. which involves interaction between two persons – the interviewer and the interviewee. The job interview is a strategic conversation to determine whether a good fit exists between you and the employer. a rapport is established between the interviewer (an individual or an interview board/panel) and the interviewee (the candidate aspiring for the job. Be prepared to keep an open mind regarding the candidate and to keep a record of the answers and review them after the interview.

Know Yourself Most interviews include questions regarding your qualifications. An interview is an opportunity for both parties to get to know each other and to determine if there is potential for a match. preparation helps build your Self-confidence in your interview skills. education. Remember that the key to a successful interview is preparation and careful listening. The interview is your chance to communicate your ability and skills directly to the potential employer. Preparing For the Interview So. campus and community activities. You need to be ready to answer questions about your career goals and background. it provides you with the key tips and strategies for having a successful interview from preparation through delivery. will be an asset to the organization.The interviewer will try to determine whether you with all of these attributes. Most importantly. To prepare for answering questions about yourself. think about the following questions: · Which skills and personality characteristics do I want to talk about? 19 . Furthermore. You will also want to develop intelligent questions that will help you make an informed job choice decision. You also want to determine whether the organization and the position is well suited for you and your career goals. personal characteristics. prior work experience. Your goal is to present yourself as the best candidate for the position and also to learn more about the position and the employer. career interests and goals. Most people find having interviews to be a terrifying prospect. preparation is the key to a successful interview session. the interview is a two-way discussion rather than an interrogation. skills. Anyone can learn to have a successful interview because interviews are skill-based. you have landed an interview for a seemingly wonderful job! Now what? Successful interviewing will be essential in order for you to lock in an offer. The interview is a vital step to getting a career position and consequently deserves more than casual preparation. Let's start with an overview of the keys to positive interview experience. Thus. as it is often perceived to be.

identify your key strengths related to the position and be able to cite examples of these strengths. skills. complete thorough research of various career options of interest to you. you need to analyze the specific job description and how your background. evaluate your interest in this position/career field and be able to articulate it.· What are my strengths? How did I develop them (in what activities?) · What are my weaknesses? How am I improving them? · What job experiences are most relevant to this position? · What did I gain from my college education and college experience? · What are my short and long-range career goals? How does this position and employer relate to those goals? Focus on those experiences that best sell you for the position for which you are being interviewed. skills and experience apply to each position. nature of work. Know the Employer and Industry It is also important to learn as much as you can about the employer before your interview. Know Your Career Field and the Specific Position Before being interviewed for positions. interests and background. In addition. job responsibilities. By adequately researching the organization. · What is the size and structure of the organization? · What are the organization's products and services? 20 . and entry-level salary ranges. In addition to researching the career field. take the time NOW to assess yourself and explore various career fields. you will have a much better chance of creating a positive impression. The following questions can help guide your research. Then make a list of your experiences and accomplishments and assess how you have developed and applied these skills. education and other qualifications required. Gain as much information as possible about the career field(s) including. If you are unsure or undecided about which jobs or career fields best match your skills. Prepare a list of pertinent functions of the position and the skills needed to get the job done. In addition.

job descriptions. local Chambers of Commerce and the Internet to access these information resources. This indicates the candidate’s self-confidence and relaxed attitude and will help to develop a quick rapport with the board members. read company annual reports. subsidiaries. The smile should continue once you are in and are greeting the members of the interview board. divisions. Determine what the person is expecting to accomplish and the type of person she or he is needed. promotional materials. you are in a good position to describe your own accomplishment in terms of the interviewers need. public libraries. A ready. recruiting literature. Uncover the Interviewers Real Needs Spend as little as possible answering your interviewers first question and as much time as possible getting him or her to describe his or her needs. 21 . stores or sales outlets? · How well is the organization doing? · Who are the organization's clientele or customers. and other related business publications. pleasant and spontaneous smile creates a favorable impression on the members of the interview board. However. employer directories. Wear a smile when you enter the interview room. you will probably also want to use large university libraries. career paths? To obtain information about the employer. A long and serious face strains the atmosphere for both you and the interviewers. newspaper business sections. Once you know the type of person your interviewer is looking for and the sorts of problems he or she wants solved. and major competitors? · What are the organization's entry level positions. the employer's public or investor relations department. organization web page. Your Facial Expression An interview can judge a lot from your facial expressions.· What is the organization known for? ·What are the geographical locations of its plants. trade journals. However don’t continue to smile once the interview gets started.

therefore your speech mannerisms assume much importance. 22 . Dress to Make a Good First Impression. Speech Mannerism The interview is an oral examination to assess your personality. nice slacks and a collared button-down shirt with a tie for men and a nice dress or blouse and slacks or skirt for women are usually appropriate.this is the right time to show the right attitude never be late on the day of interview as this will do nothing good with your future. you should always go with the most conservative. professional option. It’s not about money for you: It’s an obvious thing that you want to work and at the same time you want to earn good but still it is a wrong attitude to ask about the salary by yourself. it is usually best to wear a dark-colored. send the interviewer a thank-you note. Make sure you let the interviewer know how pleased you were to have the chance to interview with him or her.Right on Time Time has immense importance especially in the corporate world . If you are interviewing for a job in an office. conservative suit (for both men and women). perfume. and flamboyant clothes. The best way to ensure a good first impression is to dress smart. for example). If you are unsure what to wear. Follow up with a Thank-You Note. They are a medium of communication and denote the cultural and environmental influences on your personality. Unless and until you are not asked about the salary you should not talk about that as it will give a bad impression. Immediately after the interview. Good personal hygiene is also important. If you are interviewing for a job where the dress code is more casual (at a factory or a construction site. While you are facing an interview you should believe in yourself and that makes you to be confident. What you are wearing tells employers a lot about how serious you are about getting the job. You should avoid wearing excessive jewelry. Self-Confidence Self confidence is very important when you are giving an interview. thanking him or her for taking time to interview you.

diversity and other ethical issues. 23 . An interviewee should always keep in mind that the organization needs him/her as much as he/she needs it. An interviewee should be very careful about what he/she is saying. During the interview session an employer or interviewer should always give the candidate a second chance.0 Recommendations: The findings and conclusion in this report support the following recommendations:          An interviewee always should focus on what the employers has asked for not on what he/she wants to say. it is the employer’s responsibility to make the candidate comfortable. He/she should plan the overall preparations steps those he /she is going to take. EEO. An interviewer should plan the overall process of conducting recruitment and selection process. An interviewee can be nervous so. He/she should not sound arrogant while giving answers of the questions. An interviewee should not mention his/her weaknesses unless he /she is asked to.  Interviewer should give the candidate chance to ask questions if he/she has any. So. he/she answer the questions in a decent manner. While asking questions an interviewee should sound polite and decent.3. An effective interviewer is always recommended to research about the labor market. An interviewee is suggested to take preparation way ahead the interview date. An interviewer should keep in mind to apply AA.

anyone who will follow our points and steps mentioned in the report will sure be successful and effective. it is very important that how we represent ourselves in front of the audiences. 2011.about. Accessed 4th August. but they turn out to be very important as soon as we enter our professional 2010. our findings in this report will certainly assist individuals to perform successful interviews and also will help interviewees to prepare themselves for their respective interviews to some extent. 2010-2011. 5) Interview questions and answers.about.ehow. 24 . 2011. When we sit in interviewers’ chair. these reports help us to do efficient recruitment. All these questions and points might sound very common and easy. G. 2011.0 Conclusion: At last we want to say that. these reports will also assist us in creating a remarkable impression in the interviewers mind. Reference 1) Dessler.about.4. 11th Edition. 2011.htm. Accessed 4th August. 2011. 3) How to answer interview questions.htm. 2) How to give an effective employment interview. Human Resource Management. Available at: http://jobsearch. and so framing these actions carefully before performing them is very important. 2011.htm. Prentice Hall of India. Accessed 4th August. Available at: http://jobsearch. Available at: And we believe. 2011.Accessed 5th August. Available at: http://jobsearch. And when we are interviewees. 4) Job Interview Tips. So. These actions reflect our own personality. We should present ourselves with confidence and dedication