Ten Habits Of Successful Employees

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TEN HABITS OF SUCCESSFUL EMPLOYEES Though a resume can highlight education and work history, there are a number of intangibles that are harder to put a finger on. However, when it comes to interviewing, there are ways that recruiters and HR personnel can screen for these attributes. Here are ten habits of successful employees and ways they can be identified in the course of an interview: PROMPT OR EARLY Successful people are prompt or early especially when making a first impression. They won't be annoyingly early making their counterparts feel unprepared, but just early enough. This makes a good impression and keeps you on schedule. HOMEWORK Successful employees do their homework. A hallmark of this in an interview is that the potential employee has already read up on the company and has questions prepared beyond the introductory level. These people come into client interactions prepared and see the things that others don't because they're not learning as they go. FOLLOW-UP Successful employees always follow-up. They send thank-you cards for interview opportunities and call a week out to see if they can offer any more information. These are the kind of people who make lasting connections for your company loyal customers who will return again and again. DETAIL ORIENTED Successful employees shouldn't have any typos or other issues on their resume. Their information should be correct, up to date and presented in a format without errors.
Published : Friday, April 29, 2016
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TEN
HABITS OF
SUCCESSFUL
EMPLOYEESThough a resume can highlight education and work history, there
are a number of intangibles that are harder to put a finger on.However, when it comes to interviewing, there are ways that
recruiters and HR personnel can screen for these attributes.Here are ten habits of successful employees and ways they can
be identified in the course of an interview:PROMPT OR EARLYSuccessful people are prompt or early especially when making
a first impression.They won't be annoyingly early making their counterparts feel
unprepared, but just early enough. This makes a good impression
and keeps you on schedule.HOMEWORKSuccessful employees do their homework. A hallmark of this
in an interview is that the potential employee has already
read up on the company and has questions prepared beyond
the introductory level.

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