Tips For How To Fully Prepare For A Job Inspection

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Marleny Hucks
Marleny Hucks
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If you’re employed, then there’s a chance that at some point, you’ll have to participate in a job inspection. This can be an inconvenient and stressful process. If for any reason the inspection were to come back positive, your job could be in question. That’s why it’s important to ensure that you pass the inspection with flying colors. Here are some tips for how you can fully prepare for it.

1. Cleanse Your System

If you’ve taken any sort of substance that might make the results come back positive, it’s important to cleanse your system beforehand. There are two main ways to ensure that you’ll pass the inspection. The first is to opt for a detox kit, and the other is to take a detox drink. The main difference between the two is that these detox drinks work fast and enable you to pass the test without thoroughly cleansing your system, while a detox kit takes a few days to work, and flushes the toxins out permanently. The choice is up to you, but if you want to be absolutely sure that you’ll pass, we recommend going with a detox kit. Some people even go this route when they want to bring their tolerance down after indulging in substance use.

2. Purge Your Social Media Accounts

In this day and age, job inspections often include taking a look at an applicant’s social media accounts. If you have any incriminating photos or posts that could potentially make you fail the inspection, it’s important to purge them from your accounts. You don’t want to give the inspectors any ammunition to use against you. This includes any and all posts relating to drug culture, partying, and anything else that could be viewed in a negative light. It’s always an option to make all your social media accounts private, but there are two main disadvantages to this. The first one is – if you have anyone from your job as a friend or follower on any of your accounts, they will still be able to see everything you post. The second disadvantage is that it may make you look antisocial or like you have something to hide. If you want to be on the safe side, it’s best to just delete any incriminating posts and photos.

3. Clean Your Work Area

Much like with your social media accounts, you don’t want to give the inspectors any ammunition to use against you. This includes having a clean and presentable work area. A cluttered and messy work area can make you seem unprofessional and like you don’t have your life together. This is the last thing you want when you’re trying to pass a job inspection. Take some time to tidy up your work area, and make sure that it’s clean and presentable. Of course, any and all substance use paraphernalia should be removed from your work area. You don’t want to give the inspectors any reason to fail you. More than that, though, if you have any decor items in your work area that could be viewed as controversial or offensive, it’s best to remove them. You don’t want to take any chances.

4. Prepare For Questions

During a job inspection, you will most likely be asked questions about your work habits, your goals, and your experience. It’s important to be prepared for these questions so that you can answer them confidently and without any hesitation. This will make you seem like a more competent and qualified candidate. You should also take the time to brush up on your knowledge of the company. The inspectors will most likely ask you questions about your awareness of the company’s policies and procedures. You should know this inside and out so that you can answer any questions they throw at you with ease. That said, you don’t want to seem like you rehearsed your answers. Be confident, but natural.

5. Dress The Part

When it comes to a job inspection, first impressions are everything. You want to dress the part so that you can make a good impression on the inspectors. This doesn’t mean that you need to go out and buy a new outfit specifically for the inspection. Just make sure that you’re well-groomed and that you’re wearing clothes that are appropriate for the job. Avoid anything too flashy or controversial. You want to look like a professional, competent candidate. If wearing makeup, try to do it on the natural side. Too much makeup can sometimes seem inappropriate depending on what job you have.

While no one looks forward to a job inspection, just remember to do a cleanse if needed, purge your social media accounts, clean your work area, prepare for questions, and dress the part. With these tips in mind, you’ll be able to pass your job inspection with ease.



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