Pay attention to your body language as this is the decisive factor for you can get over the recruitment interview or not. Body language can transfer 90% of your idea to the interviewers.
Sit straightforward and comfortably, slide forward 10 to 15 degree to the interviewer. This posture will transfer the idea that you are interested in the job.
The best way is to relax your hands on the haulm or on the table. Don’t be playful with your hair, face or neck which shows your nervousness or uncertainty. Body language specialists agree that the act of putting your hand over your nose, lip or ear may be signs that you are lying.
Folding hands around your chest means you are in defensive position. It can send idea to the interviewer that the candidate is feeling threatened and uncomfortable and that the candidate wants to end the interview right at that time or he/she doesn’t agree with what the interviewer is saying.
Crossing leg below ankle or putting both legs on the floor mean you have a well professional qualification. Vibrating or moving legs may mean that you are angry or nervous.
Keep eye contact straightforward to the interviewer to show that you are actively listening and very interested in what he/she is saying. Looking around will make impression that you are not faithful. Looking down makes impression that you are not confident for the job.
Twisting or biting lip makes impression that you do not agree with what you are hearing. Grinding lip also means you are nervous. So, try to relax your mouth.
It will make impression that you are serious. To be more friendly and relaxed, you can tilt a little to the side.
You should not gaze at the interviewer for a long time as it will make him/her uncomfortable and feel that you are attacking.