Job Interviews

How do you cover up bad attendance at interview?


Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2009-02-10 01:55:39
2009-02-10 01:55:39

You would not bring up excuses. In your discussion, you would talk about how you find value in maintaining a good attendance record. Rarely does this information get asked from checking previous jobs, though.

User Avatar

Related Questions

not neccecarily. she does not have a bad personalty. She does need to cover up. she is awkward though.

Guess it could due to picking up good or bad habbits. But to be honest I don't know

A deodorizer will get rid of or mask (cover up) bad smells.

Because people used to use it to cover up the bad smell

I heard that if you drink your own urine it definitely will cover it up. I have done it! Its honestly not too bad.. if you don't think about it too much. (:

interview is written by a job candidate who has undergone an interview for a particular post with an organization. The after interview follow up letter is written to express gratitude for the opportunity to be interviewed as well as to follow up on questions and clarifications pertaining to the job.

Good: Less work on your part. You just let the recruiter do all the work and all you do is interview. Bad: You are not opening up to the whole job force, only the clients of the recruiter. Bad: You pay the recruiter.

Honesty is telling the truth and a cover up is when you cover up the truth.

The plural form of the compound noun 'cover-up' is cover-ups.

Get it cut again or wear a hat or something to cover it up. Or you can stlye in a way that makes it look better

i guess you take care of ur skin and use things to cover it up if it is bad

Concrete is great for shoes, but bad to fill swimming pools up with. It is also bad because after you cover something in concrete it will have that ugly grey color.

During a job interview if you are asked about your bad habits, you do not want to make yourself look like a bad candidate for the job. Try to come up with bad habits, that are not necessarily going to look bad to the employer. For example, you may sometimes have a difficult time switching from work mode to home mode, you continue thinking about work even when you are off. You might also have an obsession with being early, which causes you to work longer hours.

Have an every day routine, and stick to it

If you want to cover up a tattoo that no longer has special meaning, you can cover it up with a whole new tattoo. But if your looking for a temporary cover up, try make up. There is also a special type of make up, called tattoo cover up.

the answer to your question on the song bad to the bone it was done by george thorogood did the song no one else even did a cover up for the song and by the way LOL who ever thought guns and roses did the cover to no way LOl it was george thorogood that was his song and his hit

Your purpose is to show your appreciation for the interview and to restate your interest in your job.

This cannot be answered. Every job place has their own way of setting up an interview.

To cover up a birthmark use concealer.

Yes, he said in an interview with Tim Westwood he said that his mama made him cover one up. He was acting kind of suspicious when Tim asked why. He said well you know she just thought that two was enough. There is a reason but he said he wouldn't tell why.

Painting isn't going to cover them, it is just going to give them color. You need to mud and sand them smooth, then prime before you paint.

In a college interview, you should introduce yourself as honestly as you can. Don't set your interviewer up for anything; instead, let him guide the interview.

At least five minutes before the interview is due to begin.

yes facebook is to cover up for myspace

If this is an interview, then there shouldn't be much worrying. Just dress nicely, and answer everything honestly, or as honest as you can. Also, if your fiance gets nervous easily, try and plan ahead to cover up symptoms of nervousness. People like people who don't seem nervous.

Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.