Diss Former Co-Workers: This goes hand in hand with the prior point. Basically, just don’t complain during a job interview, period. You’ll only end up looking like someone incapable of owning up to your own role in a conflict, in other words, a finger pointer.
Arrive with One Copy of Your Resume: You may end up meeting with several people throughout the interview process, so it’s always best to carry a small stack to avoid appearing unprofessional.
Discuss Money, Time Off or Benefits Until an Offer has Been Made: Times may be rough, but you must play it cool when it comes to discussion the finances. It’s best to make the prospective employer think that the most important thing to you is the job he/she is offering, even though 9 out of 10 times it’s not.