The worst ways applicants tried to impress in interviews

The worst ways applicants tried to impress in interviews

When you arrange an interview for a candidate, the ball is really in their court. It’s up to them to make a good impression and showcase their skills as best they can, and hope it impresses you enough to secure them a new role.

However, some hopeful applicants scupper their chances as soon as they meet their potential employer face-to-face. Whether it’s bizarre answers to simple questions or unusual behaviours when they think they aren’t being watched, these candidates left a lasting impression on their interviewer for all the wrong reasons.

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