Tips and tricks for your interview
Arrive on time
Carry all documents
Dress for your role
Watch your body Language
Have a Firm Handshake
Keep eye contact
Ask relevant questions when asked
Speak slowly and clearly
Smile – it conveys your interest
Do Your Homework
Not show up after confirming
Initiate salary discussions in the first conversation
Speak ill of your previous employers
Have a negative approach
Keep your phone on loud
Steps to a great CV
Keep it short
Your CV should be two pages or under. Being terse and to-the-point shows that you value time and can think analytically on the job.
Format & spell-check
Your CV does not have to be fancy, but a badly formatted CV with spelling errors is a strict No-No.
Do not over or underplay your experience
Do not write about things you do not have hands on experience in and vice versa. Both can trip you up during your interview.
Keep it professional
Do not use colors, fonts, words, etc. which are not professional. Even if your CV is made for a creative role keep the flamboyance restricted to your portfolio.
Keep it relevant
Redo your career goals, job objectives, etc. for every job or skip it. Always skip a declaration at the end. If it is coming from your inbox its declaration enough.