Dr. Donald Sonn says that he helps match professionals with businesses to make sure jobs are filled by their appropriate talent. His company even offers interview tips on their website, which states, “Research the company and the job. Libraries, the Internet (including Hospitality Online), industry magazines, the local Visitor and Convention Bureau, and competing hotels and restaurants are all good sources. Always visit the location you will be working at (and/or other properties the company has) before the interview to see how well they are managed, how clean they are, are they well maintained, are capital dollars being re-invested. Greet some employees to see how they respond (they don’t have to know who you are or that you are there for a job interview). If you are flying in for an interview always arrive a few hours before the interview so you can walk the property before your interview to at least see the public space. Your “walk through” will give you a flavor of the property and company and provide you a reference point during your interview. It will indicate whether cleanliness is really stressed, how well the physical facility is maintained, whether employees are in uniform, what the dress code appears to be, etc.”
Urologist Expert Dr. Donald Sonn says that many jobs are won in the interview stage, not the resume one. This is why his company’s website offers interview advice, such as, “Practice your interview at least three times in front of a mirror at home with a critical audience. It is always best if you can find someone you know and can trust, who is currently in the position you are applying for. Pick their brains! If you can, find someone who is in the same position as the person who will be interviewing you.
Ask them to do a mock interview with you. Make up a list of all the questions you think you will be asked. (Sample interview questions occur in another section of “Getting Hired.”) Then have someone grill you on the questions with a third party sitting in to critique your answers and your body language. Dress for these mock interviews. You may or may not guess the questions you will be asked but you will be prepared. Odds are, most of the questions potential employers will ask, will be similar to the ones you have practiced.”
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