4 Things to Do in Preparation for Your Phone Interview

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4-Things-to-Do-in-Preparation-for-Your-Phone-InterviewAre you searching for a new job? At Liberty Staffing Services, we help job seekers find work in Ontario. We offer general labour, warehouse, industrial, factory, and office work in temporary, temporary to permanent, and permanent opportunities. Apply with us today! We would love to have an interview with you! 

Our offices are open, so you're welcome to come in for an interview in-person with us. Or, if you're unable to come into our office, we can have an interview over the phone. 

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Some of our client companies may ask to have a phone interview with you as well, if you are selected. Here are some things you should do in preparation for your phone interview. 

1. Charge Your Phone

Most people have cell phones, and cell phones can lose their charge quickly. Make sure that your phone is charged before your phone interview. Or, have a phone charger close by so that you can easily solve a low battery issue. 

The last thing that you want to happen is to start your phone interview and then have your phone die/cut out on you during your interview. 

2. Find a Quiet Spot

Try your best to complete your phone interview while you're at home, if you can. Being at home during your interview should leave you feeling calmer and more relaxed. You can also easily find a quiet place in your home. The more quiet the space, the better to answer a hiring manager's questions. You won't have to worry about any distractions or loud noises that public spaces would provide. 

3. Do Your Research

You should do some research about the company you're applying for. What services do they offer? When did they first open? What makes them different from other companies that are similar? What attracted you to apply to the role?

Most interviewers will ask what you know about their company. The more knowledge that you have, the better! This will show that you are interested in the company and the job at hand. You will come across as a go-getter to an employer when they see how much research you've done to prepare for the interview. 

4. Have a List of Questions Ready

At the end of any interview, an employer will ask you if you have any questions. It's always good to have a list of questions ready before your interview. That way you won't forget any important points. 

If you have some questions that the employer didn't address during your interview, this is when you can refer back to your list, and ask any questions that you may have. 

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Ready for a phone interview with Liberty Staffing? Contact your nearest branch location. One of our recruiters would be happy to speak with you regarding the job opportunities that we currently have available

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Megan Lacombe

Megan is a Media Communications professional at Liberty Staffing. She has experience working as a Freelance Writer for a variety of companies online. In her free time, she enjoys crafting, photography, running, and kayaking. An avid reader, she reads anything, anywhere. She puts creativity and passion into everything that she does. Her favourite quote is “Create the things you wish existed” by Anonymous.

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