Executive Recruiters of Danville


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How to Prepare for the Interview

Preparation is the key towards a successful interview. It is expected that you are familiar with the company & job description of the position you are applying for. Keep these things in mind when preparing for the interview:

  1. Dress Professionally - Even though the company you may be interviewing with has a casual dress code, prospective employers expect a candidate to be dressed professionally for the interview. Dressing professionally, for a man, is considered a dark suit or slacks, a tie & sport jacket. Dressing professionally, for a woman, is considered a dark dress or pant suit. Keep in mind all clothes should be neat, clean, pressed & conservative.

  2. Grooming - Hair should be kept neat & clean.

  3. Know Where & When You are Interviewing - Make sure you have the correct address, phone number & name of the person you are interviewing with. Also, ask for directions prior to the interview & give yourself plenty of time to get there.

  4. Know Facts About the Company - As discussed above, make sure you know some key facts about the company you are interviewing with. For example, when they first were established, how they ended for last year, how many stores they have, etc.

  5. Know Facts About Your Current Company - A prospective employer will want to know what your current job responsibilities & duties are. Also, how your current company is doing & what their plans for the future are.

  6. Questions You Might Want to Ask - People in general like to talk about themselves & their company, so show your enthusiasm & interest level by asking questions.
    • What are the duties of the position?
    • Why is the position open?
    • What is the culture/management style of the company?
    • What is the company’s five year, ten year goals?
    • What are you looking for in a candidate?
    • What do you like about the company?

  7. Bring Your Resume


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Executive Recruiters of Danville
3840 Blackhawk Rd Suite 160, Danville, CA 94506
Tel: (925) 736-1700
E-Mail: tanya@retailrecruiting.com