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Written by a former employment agency boss, here's how to nail that job at interview.

Have you blown jobs because the interview has gone in a direction you weren’t prepared for? Do you find yourself sitting passively by while the interviewer runs the show?

What if someone told you that there were six simple stages to taking control of the interview away from the interviewer and putting it fairly and squarely in your hands – all without acting out any form of aggressive posturing? In fact, it’s so simple that anyone can do it, irrespective of how assertive they might be.

The six stages the book looks at are:

Initial job application
Interview dress code
Interview body language
Interview props
Personalization of the interview
The dreaded questions and answers time

Best of all, once you have the interview under control, you can lead it in the direction which suits you, making you the favourite for the job.

In an employment climate where an outlandish number of people are applying for every single job, it makes sense to do everything you can to stack the odds in your favour.

This book explains in clear, accessible language, liberally seasoned with humour, exactly how to do just that.

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