The season is here again when that person who always shout on the house maid, driver, shop assistant, secretary and everyone around become so gentle just because children are now at home for the festive! The season churches becomes full than usual week Sundays because even those Christians that didn’t step into church building (except … Continue reading Deception and manipulation of the season!
If your resume has made it “YES”for you in the competition, then the first thing a company will do is a phone screening. It may seem like a mere formality, but a phone interview can be a make-or-break experience. These interviews are time and cost-effective. The hiring managers will test your verbal communication skills and telephone … Continue reading Telephone Interview – an overview
DON’Ts ✍ You should not tell your teammates or leader how much extra time that you are working to complete the assignment. ✍ You should not express your agitation in the meetings. You should not be in the role of critic and complainer. ✍ There is no need to wait for the team leader to instruct you what … Continue reading DON’Ts to be a Good Team Member
Unwillingness to learn anything new ➺ At the beginning of every job, it seems to be challenged and full of opportunities. ➺ Initially you feel that you have the chance to build relationships with your colleagues and also have an opportunity to learn new skills. ➺ If you stop to contribute to your intellectual growth, … Continue reading Factors That Make You Unhappy At Work – Part – 2
Objective statement is a fantastic opportunity for you to insert council keywords that will help your resume get pulled up in those applicants tracking day. Emphasize what you have to offer, not what you will get from the employer. Your objective can immediately communicate to the employer exactly what you are all about and what … Continue reading How to write a career objective
Key Competencies and Skills ➩ This is an important section which should be able to provide a quick representation about your key competencies, skills and experiences. ➩ You should summarize what you have learned and how you have utilized your experience to enhance the growth of the company. ➩ You should demonstrate other relevant experiences … Continue reading Overview of Sections on the Resume -Part -2
The first thing an employer should see on your resume who you are and how they can find you. Current contact information is necessary on a resume, so the employer can contact you to schedule an interview or inquire further about your interest in the job opening. So you have to state your contact information … Continue reading Tips to write the contact information section