Tag - Interview Etiquette

November 2015

Breaking These 5 Interview Etiquette Rules Could Cost You an Offer

Addressing business superiors incorrectly. When addressing supervisors or someone else in your company, it is important to know how to properly address your supervisor. It’s best to use their last name preceded by the title “Mr.” “Ms,” “Miss” or “Mrs.” according to Emilypost.com. Introduce yourself with your full name. Especially since this is most likely the first time you are meeting your interviewer, you should introduce yourself with your full name. Although, we recommend leaving out your middle name....

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