Kia rite hoki te uiuiraa mahi
Tips mō ngā uiuinga: te whakapai ake o koutou pūkenga uiui mahi me te ako ki te faaineine no te te uiuiraa mo tetahi mahi
Tips for interviews: improve your job interview skills and learn how to prepare for a interview for any job
He aha e hiahia ahau ki te faaineine no te te uiuiraa mahi?
Why do I need to prepare for a job interview?
He uiuiraa mahi ko te kōrero ki waenganui ia koutou me te kaituku mahi. I roto i te uiuiraa, ka ui te kaituku mahi koe maha pātai. Me ki mohio nahea ia faaineine no te te uiuiraa no te mea he reira tetahi o nga kaupae tino nui i roto i te whiwhi i te mahi koe.
A job interview is a conversation between you and the employer. During the interview, the employer will ask you many questions. You need to know how to prepare for an interview because it is one of the most important steps in getting a job.
Ka ui te kaitukumahi e pā ana ki to koutou wheako mahi. ka hiahia ratou ki te mohio e pā ana ki to koutou mātauranga me tetahi whakangungu kua i koe. Koutou whakautu ki te uiui hoki pātai whakaatu he aha te ahua o te tangata e. Ki te matau ana koe nahea ia faaineine no te te uiuiraa, ka whakaatu koe i te kaituku mahi e ko koe he tangata pai mo te mahi
The employer will ask about your work experience. They will want to know about your education and any training you have had. Your answers to interview questions also show what kind of person are. If you know how to prepare for an interview, you will show the employer that you are a good person for the job
e kore e uiuinga Hopa tango tonu te wahi tangata i roto i. kia whai koe i te uiuiraa waea tuatahi. Whakamahia tenei wāhi ki te whakaatu i pehea e whai hua koe i te kamupene. Ki te haere koe i te uiuiraa waea, katahi ka koe ka uiui te tangata i roto i. Hoki ngā mahi maha, Ka whai koe i tetahi uiui waea, me te i te iti rawa tetahi i roto i-tangata uiui. Ranei whakaturia ai e ratou ake te karanga ataata ki a koutou.
Job interviews do not always take place in person. You may have a phone interview first. Use this chance to show how you would benefit the company. If you pass the phone interview, then you will be interviewed in person. For many jobs, you will have one phone interview and at least one in-person interview. Or they may set up a video call with you.
I mua i te tono koe mo tou mahi muri, te whakamahi i enei kaupae kia mohio koe me pehea ki te faaineine no te te uiuiraa, me te angitu i roto i te whiwhi i te mahi:
Before you apply for your next job, use these steps so you know how to prepare for an interview and succeed in getting a job:
Te rangahau i te mahi
Research the business
Kimihia i nga mea katoa e taea e koutou e pā ana ki te kamupene. Ki te whakaatu koutou pātai me whakautu mōhiotanga e pā ana ki te pakihi, ka mohio te kaiuiui e tiaki koe e pā ana ki te mahi.
Find out everything you can about the company. If your questions and answers show knowledge about the business, the interviewer will know that you care about the work.
- Ka taea e koe te pānui i roto i ngā mōhiohio paetukutuku te kamupene o. Ka taea hoki e koe te kite ngā mōhiohio e pā ana ki te kamupene i runga i LinkedIn. Kumi e tali ki he ngaahi fehu'i ko:
- He aha e whāinga te kamupene o?
- He aha te misioni te kamupene o?
- He aha te mea matua kaupapa / mahi te kamupene o tika inaianei?
- Pehea o koutou pūkenga e taea whai hua i te kamupene?
- You can read through the company’s website information. You can also find information about the company on LinkedIn. Look for answers to these questions:
- What are the company’s goals?
- What is the company’s mission?
- What is the company’s main project/work right now?
- How can your skills benefit the company?
- Rapu mo te ingoa o te kamupene i runga i Google me ka pāwhiri "rongo" kia kite, ki te kitea e koe i tetahi rongo e pā ana ki te kamupene. Ki te kite koe i te rongo pai, Ka taea e whakahua e koe i te reira i roto i to koutou uiuiraa.
- Kimihia te kamupene i runga i Glassdoor, i te mea he paetukutuku i reira kōrero kaimahi e pā ana ki te kamupene.
- Ki te mea he wahi tūmatanui, pērā i te toa wharekai ranei, haere i roto i a toro.
- Search for the name of the company on Google and then click “news” to see if you find any news about the company. If you see good news, you can mention it in your interview.
- Find the company on Glassdoor, which is a website where employees talk about the company.
- If it’s a public place, such as a store or restaurant, go in and visit.
Ka rite ki te mahi koe i tō rangahau, tīmata whakaaro o etahi pātai ka taea e koe te ui i roto i to koutou uiuiraa, a tuhituhi ratou ki raro.
As you do your research, start thinking of some questions you can ask in your interview, and write them down.
Faahou i to koutou anō
Review your resume
Kua kē koe hanga, ka tonoa i roto i to koutou anō. Ka ui te kaituku mahi atu kōrero e pā ana ki tetahi mea i tuhituhia i runga i tou anō. He mea nui kia lau koe tou anō i mua i te uiuiraa. kia waiho koe taea ki te whakaahua i te kamupene mahi koe ranei tūao hoki i roto i te mua.
You have already made and sent in your resume. The employer will ask more details about anything written on your resume. It is important that you read your resume before the interview. You should be able to describe the companies you worked or volunteered for in the past.
Matau ki te wahi e haere koe
Know where you are going
Ki te taea e koe, hanga i te ara mahi ki te tauwāhi uiuiraa i te aroaro o to koutou ra uiui. Ako tou ara. Ki te mea he whare nui, kitea te tomokanga tika. Na ka ka rite koe mo te ra.
If you can, make a practice journey to the interview location before your interview day. Learn your route. If it’s a big building, find the right entrance. Then you will be prepared for the day.
Kia runga wā!
Be on time!
A faanaho i mua, me te hoatu koe wa anō. Ko te pai ki te kia wawe atu te mutunga o te mea e taea e koe te tatari tata. Tae i te uiuiraa 10 meneti wawe engari kahore mua.
Plan ahead and give yourself extra time. It’s better to be early than late because you can wait nearby. Arrive at the interview 10 minutes early but no earlier.
Te riroraa i te kaimahi pai te tikanga haere mai ki te mahi i runga i te wā. Haere mai ki to koutou uiuiraa mutunga whakaatu te kaiuiui e ai waiho koutou mutunga mō te mahi, ki te e utua e koe. Ka raro te reira i to koutou tūpono o te utua noa, ki te whai koe i ngā pūkenga uiui mahi nui.
Being a good employee means coming to work on time. Coming to your interview late shows the interviewer that you might be late for work if you are hired. It will lower your chances of being hired even if you have great job interview skills.
Ki te mea te reira te uiuiraa ataata, Me tonu koe ki te whakamahere i mua, ka hoatu koe wa anō. Me e ko koe i roto i te wahi ata noho, a kore e koutou kia haukotia. Ki te kore koe e whai ipurangi te rorohiko i te kāinga ranei, kitea i te hoa e mahi ana i a te mahi i te uiuiraa i to ratou whare. Ka taea hoki te kōrero ki tō whare pukapuka ā-rohe ki te kite, ki te e te tauturu ia ratou whakaturia ake tou uiuiraa. Ahakoa hoki te uiuiraa ataata, Me koe ki te kia rite, me te tatari wawe i te meneti torutoru.
If it is a video interview, you still need to plan ahead and give yourself extra time. Make sure that you are in a quiet place and you will not get interrupted. If you do not have internet or a computer at home, find a friend who does and do the interview at their house. You can also talk to your local library to see if they will help set up your interview. Even for a video interview, you need to be ready and waiting a few minutes early.
Titiro ngaio noa, ki te e tupu koutou uiui mahi i runga i te karanga ataata. Here te tahi mau rave'a nahea ia faaineine no te te uiuiraa na roto i te titiro ngaio:
Look professional even if your job interview will happen on a video call. Here are some ways how to prepare for an interview by looking professional:
kakahu wā katoa kakahu ma ki te uiuiraa. E mau ki te ua i mua i te haere ki te uiuitanga. Whakapakarihia koutou niho, me te kaukauria tou upoko.
Always wear clean clothes to an interview. Take a shower before going to an interview. Brush your teeth and comb your hair.
Kaua e tūao rawa
Kaua e nga hu ranei pore-flops ki te uiuiraa. Kakahu tōkena me hu. Kaua e kakahuria e kakahu tūao pērā i patiti i te t-shirt ranei. Kaua e kakahu tarau tihi tank ranei. Kaua e kakahu pōtae, potae tōkena, ranei mohiti i roto i te uiuiraa. A ape i whakapaipai e ko te tino nui, me te ātaahua.
Don’t be too casual
Do not wear sandals or flip-flops to an interview. Wear socks and shoes. Do not wear casual clothes such as jeans or a t-shirt. Do not wear shorts or tank tops. Do not wear hats, stocking caps, or sunglasses during an interview. Avoid jewelry that is very large and colorful.
kakahu ngaio mō te tangata te tikanga mau tarau kore e e patiti, me te hāte roa-sleeve ki pātene. Ki te he te tino ngaio te mahi, ka hiahia koe i te take, me te here. hoki te wahine, he ahu tano ranei te sote ki te pito atamai ranei tarau manakohia e. Otiia e kore koe e hiahia ana ki te whakapau rota o te moni! Ka kitea e koe kakahu uiui pai i toa tuarua-ringa koutou rohe, pērā i Ngäkaunui.
Wear business clothes
Professional clothing for men means wearing pants that are not jeans and a long-sleeve shirt with buttons. If the job is very professional, you will need a suit and a tie. For women, a modest dress or a blouse with a skirt or smart pants will be acceptable. But you do not need to spend lots of money! You will find good interview clothes at your local second-hand store, such as Goodwill.
A ape i te kai paipa me te waipiro
Kaua e te puhipuhi i ranei tupeka i mua i roto i te uiuiraa ranei. Kaua e paowa whakamahi waipiro i mua i te uiuitanga ranei. Ka taea e te hanga Smoking hongi koutou kakahu kino. e kore e whakaaetia te waipiro i tetahi mahi.
Avoid smoking and alcohol
Do not chew betel nut or tobacco before or during an interview. Do not smoke or use alcohol before an interview. Smoking can make your clothes smell bad. Alcohol is not allowed at any job.
Ruperupea ringa, te kore koutou e taea e kore te mea o te karakia ahurea ranei
Shake hands, unless you can’t because of religion or culture
He noa Handshakes i Amerika. Ko reira manakohia ruru ringa ki ware me wahine ki te ruru ringa ki ia atu. Ki te kore koe e hiahia ruru ki ringa, e he pai. Engari, tuu i o koutou ringa puta noa koutou uma, me te paku tahoro i tou matenga mua. mea atu mārama, "Ko reira kia pai ki te whakatau ia koe. Mauruuru no tango i te wa ki te uiui ahau i tenei ra. "E miharo e kore koe e hiahia ki te faaite ringa ētahi iwi. Ki te ite koe whakamarie, whakamārama e wiri ringa ki te takoto ritenga ko ki to koutou karakia.
Handshakes are common in America. It is acceptable to shake hands mean and women to shake hands with each other. If you do not want to shake hands, that is okay. Instead, place your hands across your chest and slightly tilt your head forward. Say clearly, “It is so nice to meet you. Thank you for taking the time to interview me today.” Some people be surprised that you do not want to share hands. If you feel comfortable, explain that shaking hands with the opposite sex is against your religion.
A ataata me te hanga kanohi whakapā
Smile and make eye contact
Feinga ke ke malimali ka titiro te iwi i roto i te kanohi. E whakaatu ana tēnei i te kaiuiui e pai, me te hoa koe. Ahakoa kia kia rerekē atu i roto i to koutou tikanga tenei, Ko reira tetahi o nga mea tino nui e taea te mahi e koe i roto i te Hau Amui no Marite no te tauturu ia whiwhi koe i te mahi. hoki Ameliká, hanga whakaatu kanohi whakapā faatura me tauturu whakawhirinaki iwi you.When tae koutou i te uiuitanga, ai kia oha koutou e te iwi rerekē. Kia huatau ki te katoa te whakatau koe, ka ngana ki te titiro me te ataata i te katoa.
Try to smile and look people in the eye. This shows the interviewer you are positive and friendly. Although this might be different than in your culture, it is one of the most important things you can do in the United States to help you get a job. For Americans, making eye contact shows respect and helps people trust you.When you arrive at the interview, you might be greeted by different people. Be polite to everyone you meet and try to look and smile at everyone.
Me tahuri koutou waea te atu
Make sure your phone is turned off
Tahuri tou waea atu ki te aroaro o te uiuiraa. Kaua e titiro ki to koutou waea. Ki te wareware koe, me koutou mowhiti waea, mangai tonu reira, ka tatarahapa mo te arumanga. Kaua e whakahoki kupu ai!
Turn your phone off before the interview. Do not look at your phone. If you forget, and your phone rings, immediately silence it and apologize for the interruption. Do not answer it!
A ani i te iti rawa kia kotahi te pātai
Ask at least one question
I mua i tae koe ki te uiui mahi, faaineine i te rārangi o e pā ana ki 5 pātai. Ka taea e ngā pātai kia e pā ana ki te kamupene i roto i te whānui ranei e pā ana ki to koutou tūranga. A ani i te mau uiraa e whakaatu e hiahia ana i roto i te mahi me te kamupene koutou. mahi e kore ui pātai e pā ana ki te utu wā atu ranei noa kua whakakitea e koe te moni i roto i te mahi, me te pakihi. A ani i ta outou mau uiraa i te mutunga o te uiuiraa, ranei ka ta te kaituku, "E whai koe i tetahi pātai?"Ki te koutou pātai katoa kua oti whakahoki, na mea, "He aha e nga kaupae muri?"ranei, "A, no te taea titau ahau ki te whakarongo atu i a koutou?"
Before you come to the job interview, prepare a list of about 5 questions. Questions can be about the company in general or about your role. Ask questions that show you are interested in the job and company. Do not ask questions about salary or time off until you have shown interest in the work and the business. Ask your questions at the end of the interview, or when the employer says, “Do you have any questions?” If all your questions have already been answered, then say, “What are the next steps?” or, “When can I expect to hear from you?”
Whakamātauria ki te akaanga me te mahi koutou pai
Try to relax and do your best
Kia mahara, Kua mahi kē koe i te wahi paari roa'e no te mea ka kē koe i te uiui mahi. Kua ako koe nahea ia faaineine no te te uiuiraa, me te pai kua rite koe. Na ko reira te wa ki te tika te mahi i to koutou pai. Te tangata hanga hape i roto i ngā uiuinga. Ki te hanga e koe i te hapa, tango i te kau ki te faaea me te tīmata anō.
Remember, you have already done the hardest part because you already got the job interview. You have learned how to prepare for an interview and you have prepared well. Now it is time to just do your best. Everyone makes mistakes during interviews. If you make an error, take a moment to pause and start again.
A ani i hoki kāri pakihi
Ask for business cards
A, no te Ko runga o te uiuiraa, a e whiwhi koutou ki te waiho, ui mo nga kāri pakihi o te iwi i korero koutou ki. A, no te tukua ratou ratou ki a koe, whakawhetai ratou huatau. Ki te kore ratou e whai i te kāri pakihi, ui ratou ki te tuhituhi ki raro o ratou ingoa, me te īmēra tonu wāhitau. tenei ara, Ka whai koe i to ratou mōhiohio whakapā kia taea tonoa koe ratou he whakawhetai mōhio koe.
When the interview is over and you are getting to leave, ask for the business cards of the people you spoke to. When they hand them to you, thank them politely. If they do not have a business card, ask them to write down their full name and email address. This way, you will have their contact information so you can send them a thank you note.
Tukua he whakawhetai īmēra koe ranei reta i muri i te uiuitanga mahi
Send a thank you email or letter after the job interview
Ka taea e koe te tukua atu te whakawhetai mōhio koe rite te pukapuka i roto i te tari pou i te īmēra ranei. whakamahi te nuinga o te iwi īmēra. Ki te wareware koe ki te ui mo te kāri pakihi, Ka taea e koe īmēra karanga i te tari ranei ka ui mo ngā mōhiohio whakapā.
You can send a thank you note as a letter through the post office or by email. Most people use email. If you forgot to ask for a business card, you can email or call the office and ask for contact information.
I roto i tou whakawhetai mōhio koe, kia whakahua koe:
In your thank you note, you should mention:
- E he koe mauruuru mo te wa pau ratou uiui koe
- He aha ngā pūkenga e taea e koe te kawe ki te kamupene
- E titiro atu koe ki te rongo i a ratou hohoro
- That you are grateful for the time they spent interviewing you
- What skills you can bring to the company
- That you look forward to hearing from them soon
Kei raro ko te tauira o te whakawhetai mōhio koe:
Below is an example of a thank you note:
aroha [ingoa uiui],
Dear [Interviewer Name],
Mauruuru koe na nui mō te whakaminenga ki ahau i tenei ra. Ko reira he taua pai ki te ako atu e pā ana ki te kapa me te tūranga. Ko ahau rawa oaoa e pā ana ki te whai wāhi uru [ingoa kamupene] a tauturu i [kawea i roto i te kiritaki hou / mahi koutou kiritaki / tetahi atu e kia koe mahi] ki tou rōpū.
Thank you so much for meeting with me today. It was such a pleasure to learn more about the team and position. I am very excited about the opportunity to join [company name] and help [bring in new clients/serve your customers/anything else you would be doing] with your team.
titiro atu ahau ki a rongo i a koutou e pā ana ki te whai ake i roto i te tukanga utu. Koa kore e mangere, ki te whakapā ahau, ki te taea e ahau te whakarato mōhiohio atu.
I look forward to hearing from you about the next steps in the hiring process. Please do not hesitate to contact me if I can provide additional information.
A ani i hoki urupare
Ask for feedback
Ki te kore koe e whiwhi i te mahi, tukua atu koutou kaiuiui he tuhipoka whakawhetai ia ranei ia mo uiui koe. A ani ia ratou ki te e hoatu ratou koutou urupare i runga i te aha e kore koutou i te tiki i te mahi. Mea atu ratou e whakamahere koe i runga i te uiui hoki atu mahi, me te hiahia ki te whakapai ake. Ka whakahoki Ehara i te katoa koutou, engari kia whiwhi ai etahi o ratou i te tahi mau kōrero e e te tauturu ia angitu koe i te wa i muri!
If you don’t get the job, send your interviewer a note thanking him or her for interviewing you. Ask them if they will give you feedback on why you didn’t get the job. Tell them that you plan on interviewing for more jobs and want to improve. Not everyone will answer you, but some of them may have some comments that will help you succeed the next time!
Na e matau ana koutou e founga ki te faaineine no te te uiuiraa - he aha i muri?
Now you know how to prepare for an interview – what next?
Ko te rota o te mōhiohio tenei. Otira i matau a me pehea ki te faaineine no te te uiuiraa mahi ko tetahi o nga mea pai e taea e koe te ako. Te kimi i te mahi e taea e wero mō ngā tauhou ki te Hononga o Amerika. e hiahia ana matou ki te tautoko i a koutou i runga i te ara ki te angitu.
This is a lot of information. But knowing how to prepare for a job interview is one of the best things you can learn. Finding a job can be challenging for newcomers to the United States. We want to support you on the path to success.
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A ani i te tahi atu rerenga me manene mō te tohutohu i runga i to tatou Huinga.
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