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Do you want to stand out from the other candidates?
Here is some practical advice.

Three tips to optimize your CV and cover letter

Tips and techniques to stand out during an interview

Dressing for an interview: Four basic rules—Both online and in person!

1. Be authentic, clear and concise.

There’s no miracle recipe to build your CV. But certain “musts” will make reading it simple and stimulating for the person who is holding it. 

  • Be sure to let your personality come through, and stick to your career path and your true work experiences.
  • Maintain a coherent structure throughout the document.
  • Write full sentences and use either action verbs or nouns to describe your functions. The bullet point format makes reading easier.

2. Identify the keywords used in the job description and include them in your documents.

When employers receive a great many CVs, they have to sort them. The greater the correlation between the terms used in the job description and those in your CV, the greater will be your chance of being among the applicants shortlisted by the recruiting team. This isn’t a matter of lying about your skills, just formulating them as closely as possible to the vocabulary used by your future employer.

3. Be careful with spelling.

For most employers, attention to detail and language quality are important traits. Be sure to use grammar checking tools or have a friend reread your application file.

Do your research

Show you are really interested in the position and the company by learning about it. Review the company website, explore social media to learn about its recent accomplishments that you can highlight during the interview.

Prepare concrete examples

When an employer wants to check a candidate’s skill or personality trait, there is nothing better than a true-life experience to illustrate your strengths and successes. Prepare several so you don’t have to repeat yourself during the interview.

Listen carefully to the questions

To answer questions appropriately, you first have to understand them correctly! “Some applicants start answering before I’ve even finished asking the question. That’s disrespectful!” And it’s hard to answer appropriately in such a situation. What if you don’t understand the question? Simply ask the interviewer to rephrase it, instead of possibly providing an irrelevant response. Take the time to structure your answer, and ask for the question to be repeated if your ideas don’t come to mind at first.

Dare to ask questions

At the end of the interview, you are usually asked if you have any questions. Most candidates will reply, “No, that’s fine.” Surprise your interviewers by asking a strategic question. Here are some examples:

  • “How do you see the position evolving over the next few years?”
  • “What character trait do you see most often in the current members of your team?”
  • “I see you recently implemented strategic planning. How do your employees contribute to reaching the objectives you have targeted?”

1. Before your interview, take a look at the company website to get a good idea about its culture and adapt your appearance to it.

2. We recommend you dress neatly, appropriate to the position you applied for. Avoid anything that could distract your interviewers. For example: flashy bracelets, oversized chains or earrings, wrinkled or faded clothes, garish lipstick, stray hair in your face, sandals, etc.

3. Avoid wearing scent because it may be disturbing if your interviewer has allergies.

4. Be authentic! While restraint is needed, let your personality show through, choose clothes that you feel like yourself in. This will make you comfortable and natural.

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