Tips for Successful Telephonic Interview.

| October 3, 2016

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Today, many companies conduct initial interviews on phone to help determine the best qualified candidates for job opportunities. Given this, it is important to make a great impression in telephonic interview that leads you to an in-person interview and one step closer to landing the job. The following Info- graphic presents some of the Dos and Don’ts one should take care of during telephonic interviews.

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