Originally posted on Jobsdhamaka Blog:
If it quite natural to be nervous at the time of interview and make mistakes. Recruiters check more than just your words during the interview to know what kind of person you are. Non-verbal expressions as well as your actions send a clear message about your character, thus you need to careful. Let us check some Common Reasons for Rejection in a Job Interview which you should not be doing at the time of interview.
What not to do during interview?
Not arrive too late or too early
You should be on time for the interview and it will show your irresponsible nature if you arrive late. Similarly, if you reach the interview destination too early then you will just be sitting nervously in the waiting area for everyone to see. Try to arrive at the venue just about 10 minutes before the interview.
No monotone voice
Try to change…
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Disney’s new live-action Cinderella movie, inspired by the classic fairy tale will bring lucrative retail licensing deals. As proven by “Frozen,” the highest grossing animated film of all time, which made more than $1 billion in box office sales and a similar amount at retail to drive Disney’s earnings last year.
Among the licensing deals connected to the new Disney movie include:
* M-A-C Cosmetics offered a limited-edition 17 piece colour collection in a specially designed pearlized, light lavendar blue packaging on it’s online store and now also available in some retail stores. The limited-edition eye shadow is already sold out on their online store.
* J.C. Penney has offered an extensive collection of “Cinderella”-themed merchandise in its in-store Disney shops, including a special deluxe ball gown costume and set of “glass” slippers. From Feb. 19–April 15, customers who spend $25 or more on any Disney Collection purchase will receive a free Cinderella tote bag. It also launched a “Cinderella”-inspired marketing campaign during the Academy Awards and a gown-design contest. You can see the The ball gown featured in the movie displayed in its Manhattan Mall location.
* Disney and Saks collaborated with nine luxury designers, including Jimmy Choo, Nicholas Kirkwood, and Stuart Weitzman, to come up with an “enchanting collection of shoes that reimagine Cinderella’s iconic glass slipper.” The line is also being sold Harrods, Galeries Lafayette and other international luxury shops.
* Hot Topic has released a limited edition apparel and jewelry collection that features “accents symbolic of the beloved fairy tale, like clock and carriage prints and glass slipper-imprinted hardware.”
HSN is introducing a Modern Princess Collection of footwear, jewelry, accessories, home and beauty from supermodel Coco Rocha in part inspired by the “Cinderella” movie.
Disney’s “Cinderella” arrives in theaters Today.
Originally posted on StyleCaster:
The #hashtag has officially left the realm of the Internet and made its way into the real world. The proof: J.Crew‘s new line of swimwear that’s customizable with hashtag phrases up to 10 characters long.
The examples J.Crew gives on its site are rather pretty obvious: #OOOffice, #H8UWinter, and #WetNWild. But the 10-character limit leaves boundless options open (#stunty could be a good one, no?) But really, it’s a cute idea that makes the arduous task of swimsuit- hopping a little more exciting.
To get the custom hashtag, head to the J.Crew Swim shop, choose a monogrammable bathing suit, then call 1-800-562-0258 to place your order. (The swimsuits can only be ordered on the phone, using this number, which isn’t being promoted on the site.)
MORE: 12 Matchy-Matchy Sets
Additionally, J.Crew launched its Swim Finder today, a brand new platform on which you can search for…
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It’s easy to get bogged down in the day-to-day tasks of working life. That’s no excuse, however, for managers, CEOs and employers to forget just how important and valuable their employees are. Employee Appreciation Day encourages managers of all levels to support and reward their employees, and to show their appreciation!
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