Your Hired! Interviewing Success

Veroneau, Patrick
March 2010
Pharmaceutical Representative;Mar2010, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p20
The article provides an overview of the important skills needed before, during, and after the interview. It details the strategies that works well during job interviews such as pre-call planning, inquiring about the hiring process, and avoiding to walk the resume' with the interviewer by shifting focus. It suggests that interviewees should avoid speaking negatively about past experiences.


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