Looking for a new job? This is what not to do, according to recruitment firm Front of House.
The company suggest the best way to make a good impression on your potential employer is to look smart, spit your gum out and remember to turn your phone off. As for what to avoid? Here are their 10 things to avoid.
1. A limp handshake
"A weak handshake is one of the most common interview issues, with many candidates giving off the impression that they're fragile and unconfident based on their handshake."