When you’re in a job interview, it’s not just what you say that counts. Body language plays a huge role in how we’re perceived.
“A candidate can give out thousands of non-verbal cues within the first minute of an interview,” says Jane McNeill, director of Hays.
“And those messages can make more of an impact than the words that you use during the interviews.”
Try to keep these in mind for the next time you’re in the hot seat.