If your greatest weakness is answering the question “what is your greatest weakness?” »During a job interview, you’ve come to the right place. And no, the correct answer is not that you are a perfectionist.
In addition to providing the best beauty tips and dance routines, TikTok has also become a hub of quality career-focused content. With 1.4 billion videos under the hashtag #careers tips, 447.4 million under #jobinterview and 327.8 under #interviewtips (via PostBeyond), the platform is the first point of call for young people who are preparing to land the job. job of their dreams.
What to do if you are late for an interview, to explain these gaps in your CV, this is your infallible guide to a successful interview, thanks to the best #jobfluencers of TikTok.
What to do if you are late
According to Raquel Toussaint aka @raquel_toussaint, a human resources professional who provides HR advice on TikTok, here are the steps to take if you’re going to be delayed for your interview.
Call ahead to explain why you are late.
Reiterate that you are excited for the interview.
Give an ETA and reassure the company that you will keep them informed of the situation.
So … tell us about you
This should be the easiest question to answer. After all, we know everything about ourselves, don’t we? However, assuming we know the answer to this question and don’t prepare enough, our mind often becomes totally blank. Here’s what TikTok recommends, starting with what not to do.
Raquel cautions against being too personal when answering this question. If you’re married and love to travel that’s fine, but does your potential new employer still need to hear that? Probably not.
On the other hand, here’s what you should to say. According to TikTok sensation and career coach, Lianne (@wanderlustlicareercoach), you should answer this question by focusing on your accomplishments and measures relevant to the job, starting with your most recent experiences. It also gives the following example:
Why do you want to work for us?
Although the salary of the position can be the determining factor of your motivations, it is best to remain silent on this one. At least that’s what Jackie Caves, aka @jackiecaves says, who says: “From a business perspective, there is a risk in hiring someone who is only there for the salary.”