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Dear Sir/Madam, Please give me details of Significance of Etiquettes in Job Interviews. Waiting your replies. With regards, Manuraj

yourcareerlion - Contributing Member
Dear Manuraj,

Showing etiquette during interview is indeed necessary. It let your potential recruiter know that you know manner of communicating others, you have skills of negotiation and you can deal customers.

nipuna - Contributing Member
Hi Manuraj,

Have you ever seen arrange marriages where entire groom's family comes to the girls house to meet the girl and analyze (would rather say scrutinize her) her that how she looks, her cooking skill, education, how she respects, greets everybody bla bla bla...
they comes only for an hour or so and then they decides if that girl is a good fit for their son or not.....

Interview is also similar to that. You need to show good etiquette to the interviewer which will influence him/her to decide that you are a good fit for that particular position and the organization or not.

It is mandatory to behave good.

Thank you for your reply. I want notes/study material for Significance of Etiquettes in Job Interviews. With regards, Manuraj.

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erstine - Contributing Member
Originally Posted by manurajmysore View Post
Thank you for your reply. I want notes/study material for Significance of Etiquettes in Job Interviews.

With regards,

I had shared a ppt on Professional Workplace Etiquettes that cover what you want.
You can apply those to interviews.

You can download it from the source PPT Slides Professional Workplace Etiquettes


Hi Erstine, Thank you for your kind reply and giving ppt. With regards, Manuraj

adityaoak - Contributing Member
I am sure that what Erstine has shared must be quite credible and you can blindly follow it. To top it, I just want to mention that etiquette is not something to be stressed about. If one applies a little common sense, has some sensitivity, then etiquette can be easily followed.
Ofcourse, there are some basic guidelines about what to say/ do ; but if you find out the underlining reason behind it, things will make much more sense and etiquette won't be only limited to interviews, or workplace, but it will become a part of your life.

Hi Adityaoak I thanked Erstine for replying my message, still i am not go through the ppt. With regards, Manuraj

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