Body Language on your Interview

by Oct 18, 2018

What does your body language say when you are at your interview? In her recent article, Tanya Kertsman looks at what your body language says about you at your interview and identifies things to avoid doing. She observes that the wrong body language can give the impression that you are “incapable, nervous, or unhappy.”  To avoid this, Kertsman demonstrates why it is best to avoid: slouching, slumping, smirking, fiddling and to ensure that your handshake and eye contact leave a positive first impression.

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