A lunch or dinner interview is used to determine your proficiencies and socialization skills. This type of interview setting seems casual, but do not let that catch you off guard; it is still an interview! Your every move and every word will be judged. Business may be discussed or it may not. Follow the hostâ€™s (person who called the meeting) lead and do not ask questions that could make someone feel uncomfortable.
There are a few other aspects of this type of interview to understand and follow.
Just remember this is part of the interview process and you are being judged from the moment the phone rings with the invitation, to the time you are driving home. Acting professional and demonstrating proper etiquette are critical.
We look forward to partnering with you in the future,
Candace Davies ACCC, CRW, CIC, CPRW, CEIP, CECC
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