Japan is a country with a rich history and growing economy. Japan is quickly turning into a hub for foreigners looking for their next adventure for jobs where, interviewing in your native language can be nerve-wracking enough but is very important part of the hiring process for any kind of Job. Interviews give the company and candidates a chance to match their requirements and expectations from another and are considered to play the deciding factor in hiring a candidate. Regardless of the company you are applying to, certain rules and etiquette are required to be followed to form a good impression on the interviewer. We have compiled a list of cues to follow when attending a job interview for a Japanese company in Japan.
• Body language is a very important aspect from the perspective of interviewing because it speaks a lot about your character. Always remember to sit in an upright posture, directly facing the interviewer. And be sure to stand up and greet the interviewer when he/she enters the room. And before leaving the interview venue, make sure to collect your belongings and tuck your chair back in; these are basic courtesies that go a long way in establishing professionalism. Do remember to greet your interviewer with a respectful bow before you exit.