After weeks of sending out your resume and networking with your colleagues, you’ve landed the interview. Now what?
You’d be wise to not only research the company, its culture, business and product road map, but also bone up on the art of the interview. To set you on your way, here are six stories with advice on what you should — and as importantly, shouldn’t — do when you sit down across the table or walk over to the white board with your prospective employer watching your every move.
- Three Reasons No One Is Asking You in for an Interview
- Job Interviews Only Have Three Questions
- How to Avoid Self-Destructing During Interviews
- Three Ways to Turn Off the Hiring Manager in a Job Interview
- Coding Interviews: The Hiring Manager’s View
- Facing a Day’s Worth of Job Interviews Without Losing Your Mind
Check out more of our stories on interviewing here.