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Long before the world heard of Skype, Zoom, GoToMeeting, Webex, Lifesize Go or even WhatsApp, recruitment wasn’t always done eye to eye.
Getting an interview is the hard part. Once you’re there, you need to make sure that this is a company you can see yourself working for. Therefore, after they’ve finished interviewing you, you need to take advantage of your turn to find out more about what your potential employer can offer you.
Non-verbal communication includes body language, eye contact, personal space, gestures, and facial expressions. Your body language can make or break a job interview. In addition to preparing how you will respond to questions during a job interview, a candidate should also pay attention to what your body language, and actions, may be silently saying for you.