12 Must-Avoid Job Interview Mistakes
Julie Gordon | BusinessWeek
Recruiters see all kinds of interview mistakes, some bordering on the shocking, such as bringing family members along, badmouthing former employers, dumping their personal belongings on hiring managers’ desks. The more common mistakes may be subtler, but they can torpedo a job interview almost as quickly.
From the obvious to the subtle, here are some good pointers to give you a leg up in that next interview. Among the tips for this stage of the application process: You don’t want to be unprepared or too rehearsed, or be labeled an HR stalker. Turning off a potential employer is easier than one might think.
To score a job, avoid these 12 mistakes that candidates often make during the interview process.