5 Things Not to Do in a Job Interview pg4

These goofs are so small, you may not even notice them? but the person interviewing you will.

These goofs are so small, you may not even notice them… but the person interviewing you will.

Your previous employer tore people apart like Tyra on Top Model, but for all you know, you could be talking to her evil twin or beloved former colleague. So when asked why you want to move on, skip the urge to trash-talk (even if your interviewer seems eager to), and focus on why you’re perfect for this job. It’ll show that you won’t badmouth your new boss or company behind her back and that you can work well with others, says Powers. ‘The employer is also assessing you character,’ he points out. ‘If you say “My boss was an idiot,” you come across as immature.’ And if there’s one thing no workplace needs more of, it’s drama.