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Exit Stage Right, Not Wrong
written by Colleen Clarke

Exit Stage Right, Not Wrong

Your goal at a job interview is to generate a job offer. Martin Yate, author of ďKnock ĎEm DeadĒ suggests these tips to avoid damaging your case:

Donít discuss salary, vacation or benefits. Donít ask questions that deal with what a company can do for you rather than what you can do for a company before the job offer is made. This is handled in the negotiation. Be sure not to accept a position without knowing all the benefits though.

Donít press for an early decision. Ask ďwhen will a decision be made?Ē but donít press for it. Donít leave the interview though without knowing what the next step is; who will call whom and when. Also, donít use the ďhave another offer to considerĒ ruse unless itís true. Ask for permission to follow up if you donít hear from the interviewer in the time frame they say they will call.

Donít show discouragement. Offers donít usually happen on the spot so if you are not offered the job right away, donít act or be disappointed. If you are offered the position, show enthusiasm then sleep on it. If you can lock up the job now, do so to put yourself in control; you can always change your mind later.

Ask for an evaluation of your interview performance. Before you leave an interview, ask the interviewer if there is anything you could tell them that will help them make a positive decision about you. Indicate you would like the job and ask what you need to do to get it.

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