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Landing an interview does not guarantee the job. Most employers screen multiple candidates during the interview process to find the right employee. This presentation is a guide for job seekers with cutting-edge strategies that make you stand out in a behavioral interview. This module looks at how to prepare for a behavioral interview, example of the most commonly asked questions and how to best answer these questions.
At the conclusion of this session, participant will: