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How to Create a great first impression at VLSI
It's true that first impressions tend to last.
And at job interviews, it is certainly a strong influence. Here are some
things to take care of when you walk into a company's office.
Be polite to the person who shows you the waiting area. Ask them how
they're doing. Even a little gesture like this has the potential to work
in your favor.
Never look (or be) impatient or bored while waiting. Sometimes,
interviewers deliberately keep you waiting to see how you respond.
Behave as if everyone walking past you is your interviewer (one of them
might be). Smile at people.
Don't talk on your cell phone while waiting for the interviewer.
Avoid eating or drinking anything while waiting.
Greet your interviewer with a smile on your face and a firm
handshake. Don't crush his or her hand, though.
Till the interviewer invites you to sit, remain standing. That's
Be sure to have everything you need handy. Having to scramble around
your briefcase looking for something will only make you look