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Tips on getting Hired: Job Readiness

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JOB READINESS
HOW TO
GET HIRED!!!

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03
Key points to keep
in check
Resume
Interview
Post-Interview
phase
01
02 04
TABLE OF CONTENTS

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1. Selection of Domain and knowing your current Skills and Abilities:
Selecting domain leased on your skills capabilities ...

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Tips on getting Hired: Job Readiness

  1. 1. JOB READINESS HOW TO GET HIRED!!!
  2. 2. 03 Key points to keep in check Resume Interview Post-Interview phase 01 02 04 TABLE OF CONTENTS
  3. 3. 1. Selection of Domain and knowing your current Skills and Abilities: Selecting domain leased on your skills capabilities and area of interest is vital as if help you understand your strength and weakness by comparing if with the job description Some Key points to keep in check:
  4. 4. Developing strong network is a key strategy for getting an insight of the job as well as the company 2. Enhance your Network:
  5. 5. Research helps you understand the company and job role much better and provides you with the opportunity of getting hired 3. Research:
  6. 6. Having prior experience act as an advantage which most of the recruitor of present look for. 4. Prior Experience
  7. 7. Employers may inspect social media profiles to determine a candidate's qualifications or fit for the company. 5. Social Media
  8. 8. TAILORING RESUME
  9. 9. What is resume ? A resume or résumé (both spelling variants correct) is a document you create to outline your work history, educational background, skills, and accomplishments.
  10. 10. Structure Of Resume • PERSONAL INFORMATION • POWERFULL OPENING STATEMENT • WORK EXPERIENCE • ACHIEVEMENT AND AWARDS • SKILLS AND EXPERTISE • EDUCATION BACKGROUND
  11. 11. INTERVIEW Remember- First Impression is the Best Impression. The first face-to-face impression of you is when you arrive and greet your interviewer. 1. First Impressions Count
  12. 12. Make a list of common interview questions for the given position and frame thoughtful answers. For example :  Tell me about yourself.  Why are looking for a job change?  Why do you want this job? 2. Prepare a list of expected interview questions
  13. 13. Be mindful of your body language while interacting with the receptionist or HR executive. Pay attention to how you smile and greet them. 3. Be mindfull of body language
  14. 14. 4. Understand behavioural interviewing An interviewing style that aims to establishing your core competencies relevant to the role, such as teamwork, creativity and innovation, decision making ability, business awareness or conflict resolution.
  15. 15. In preparation for an interview, candidates should consider how best to answer this question so that the information is useful to employers while not damaging your chances of being hired. 5.KNOW YOUR GREATEST STRENGTHS AND WEAKNNESSES
  16. 16. POST INTERVIEW  Asking questions at the end of an interview shows your enthusiasm, job interest and whether you paid attention. Prepare ahead of time and tailor your questions to the job.  If your interview went well and if it feels right, then write a thank you email. Patience is the key in this phase, and one must evaluate, finding rooms for improvement from his/her interview.  Dealing with rejection – accept rejection with dignity. Interviews are never A waste of time and if possible, write A thank you email and then ask for feedback.
  17. 17. THANK YOU

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