So you’ve found the job of your dreams, or maybe just the job that will get your foot in the door.  Or perhaps, you help place job candidates in temporary and permanent roles.  The first impression is often the most important one to make.

No matter which generation you fall under, keep in mind that good manners are universally key and are noticed.  Follow these best practices before, during, and after the interview process for the best chance to land the job you want or give your candidates the best chance of success.

Mark Wallace is an experienced leader that helps businesses and entrepreneurs to accelerate growth. Mark founded Justellus, a company that provides executive level sales and marketing services. Mark headed up sales for Sonicbids, Mzinga, and Shared Insights. He led customer acquisition, social media, and community for Environmental Data Resources, a division of the Daily Mail. He was the head of sales and an Officer of DCI, a pioneer in the high tech events industry.

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