The job interview is an exchange of information face-to-face between the company representative and a candidate, designed to assess and then select the best profiles for the performance of a certain task. If you have been contacted for an interview means your CV has aroused interest, perhaps the perfect profile that the company is looking for is your own!

To find those responsible for Human Resources and breeders, they need to know you more deeply. The best way to make a successful interview is to have behind a solid preparation and keep in mind the importance of a good first impression; so here’s some basic suggestions to get them through the first selection step.

Being on time is synonymous with reliability and precision, in the absence of which you would be probably discarded even before it has begun the interview. It is essential to gather all the information to reach the workplace and starting early, preventivando any possible unexpected.

One must be careful, however, not to overdo it for the opposite arriving too early, the recruiter will inquadrerebbe as a overly anxious and insecure person: the ideal is present with 10/15 minutes before the set. In the event that you were to encounter a mishap unsolvable, report it immediately to the company communication and provided your availability for a new interview.

The best choice is to introduce yourself with a look neat, clean and sober. Worn, however, clothes that reflect your personality by restricting extravagance.

For women are to avoid plunging necklines, very short dresses and heavy makeup.

First to introduce you to the interview, do some research and gather information as possible on the company you would like to go to work, will be useful to see if your values are in line with those of the company and will give all ‘ interviewer’s perception of your seriousness and your a real interest in the job offer.

Visit the company’s web site and its pages company (Facebook and Linkedin) to understand what kind of image the company wants to convey outside. Stay up to date on news related to the company or field of expertise.

Reading the text of a job ad you get an idea of the questions that you may face or grasp some aspects worthy of being deepened with the interviewer, even with a few questions on your part.

In reading the proclamation stay focused on the reasons that prompted you to candidarvi and use them to convey your interest during the interview.

During a job interview can seem almost “tactless”, yet the argument can be dealt with at the right time and with the appropriate arrangements.

The main rule is never to do so during an initial interview, but expect to get to the selection procedure was completed, when you are sure to be in the pink of candidates selected for the final step.

If an interviewer asks you to indicate a possible salary figure for the job, given a range of values, by making sure that the lower figure is not less than the minimum wage that you would be willing to accept for the job.

An aspect not to be overlooked, is undoubtedly the non-verbal communication, which expresses your true state of mind, revealing much more than you ever wanted to bring to light.

It is instinctive / involuntary movements of the body difficult to control (movements of the hands, gaze trajectory, position of the legs …).

The precaution to be taken in order not to betray you, you can keep it as calm and self-control in order to be able to contain at least the most obvious details.

– lead along a copy of your CV and, if possible, a copy of ID card
– Switching the phone off or set to silent
– Avoid answers the questions with questions or to assume an attitude of closure


  • What do you know about us?
  • Reasons why it considers that the contents of this might be of interest to which he responded?
  • In which he obtained materials the best results? In which the worst?
  • What relationships with teachers and classmates?
  • Extra curricular activities? How they were coordinated with the study?
  • Which title and topic of the thesis?
  • For what reasons he did eventually left school?
  • In what kind of company it has operated (industry, organic, structure)? Judgments and estimates
  • What do you consider the most significant stages of his professional development? What are the relationships with superiors and colleagues?
  • Do you want to make a detailed analysis of last employment?
  • On what grounds has changed jobs in the past?
  • Why do you want this job? What advantages do you foresee?
  • If you could choose freely, what occupation would play?
  • What is the relationship between work and family commitments?
  • What contribution do you think we can give to our company?
  • What are its availability and in terms of time, venue, to transfers, or frequency refresher courses?
  • How do you prefer to spend your leisure time?
  • It plays sports, cultural, artistic, charitable or otherwise?
  • How is it composed his family?
  • What activities take place his family?
  • In what his parents have most influenced you?
  • What do you consider are its strengths?
  • What are its areas for improvement?
  • Lists 3 merits and 3 defects
  • Want to give a description of yourself and your character?
  • Before concluding the interview, is there anything you want to add or ask?
  • You want to ask some questions about work, about our company or some other topic that interests you?
  • What is your current salary?
  • It would be immediately available to start working in our company? It must give a notice period previous employer? By how much?