With the number of jobless persons increasing by the day, unemployment inevitably becomes a major poll issue. Every political party has to promise ‘jobs’ to the youth to win their votes. If the Narendra Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) promised, but failed, to provide 10 crore jobs, besides other lollipops, to win the parliamentary elections in 2013, the Congress used the same stick to beat the BJP in the recent Assembly elections in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. It was easier, however, for the new chief ministers to implement the promise to waive farm loans than to tackle unemployment. All MP Chief Minister Kamal Nath could do was to order reservation of 70 percent jobs in the state to its residents and blame their unemployment on migrants from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
Nath is not the first leader to have done that. Similar reservations of up to 80 and 90 percent for locals have been announced earlier by BJP governments in UP, Gujarat, etc., but to no avail. Violent attacks on Bihari and other north Indian migrants in Mumbai by the Shiv Sena and the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (NNS) for low availability of jobs to the ‘locals’ is well-known and so is their demand for the reservation of jobs for the ‘locals’. But, such reservations do not create jobs.
Unemployment, in fact, has been a global problem for quite some time. As former Reserve Bank governor Raghuram Rajan recently said in an interview, rampant joblessness, caused by the “tech revolution”, is mainly responsible for the “majoritarian” backlash in the US and other countries, including India.
The rate of economic growth in India has not created the required number of jobs because this growth has been by and large capital-intensive. The growth has been more in the tertiary than in the industrial sector. The successful start-ups, too, have been more in the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), e-retail trading, Infotech and sunrise industries like that of solar panels, etc, that do not create a large enough number of jobs. These sectors create jobs for either Infotech-trained IIT graduates and post-graduates or some scooter-driving delivery boys, etc. They do not create any jobs for the large armies of arts, commerce and science graduates turned out by our universities.
The story is no different in medium and small industries. These, too, are capital-intensive and need more digital technology than men to operate and make profits. All these add to the growth level, but do not provide jobs. The industrialists and entrepreneurs are conscious of this and appreciate the problem of jobs, but explain that robotics and digital technology is more accurate and efficient and less risky as well as less costly than human labor.
The number of unemployed youth, therefore, continues to increase. Political leaders may promise jobs but there is no way they can provide these in the required numbers. The unemployed youth, meanwhile, turn to crime. They are easy prey to all kinds of extremist social and political agitations, too. It is well-known that the Khalistan movement in Punjab fed largely on the jobless graduates.
The narrative will not change with the coming of the Congress to power. The political class, at best, can blame job-loss upon migrants and talk of reservation for locals. What makes matters worse for the jobless in India is that while the American and European jobless have a social security net to fall back upon, there is no such net in this country. The political class in developing countries like India, therefore, would do well to promise and work to provide social security (cash doles or monthly unemployment allowance) to the jobless and ask them to do some voluntary social service in lieu thereof. The funds for this social security could be met by imposing a cess on the highest two slabs of income tax.
In the long term, however, people must seek and work for a paradigm shift in their socio-economic organisation by gradually withdrawing from the productive activity and leaving it to information technology and artificial intelligence (AI) and instead concentrate on educational and cultural development to improve the quality of life and raise the cultural and living standards by opening more educational and cultural institutions and concentrating on higher education, research, knowledge, art and cultural development.
There is no easy option.
How to show confidence during interview?
It’s no secret that employers like to hire people who are confident in their interviews.
But how do they judge this? And what are the best ways to show confidence in an interview so you can get hired faster?
Here are the best ways to accomplish this…
1. Eye contact
Practice keeping good eye contact while listening, and equally important- while speaking.
There’s nothing more important than eye contact when it comes to showing confidence, and it’s extremely noticeable if you’re staring down or to the side when you talk.
2. Body positioning:
Once you’ve made a habit of maintaining eye contact, it’s time to think about your body positions.
You want to stand and sit in open positions – arms by your sides, not crossed. Make your body take up a lot of space, rather than making yourself smaller. This is how to seem confident.
3. Don’t fidget
Be still, and make controlled, calculated movements. Don’t hold a pen or paper and fidget constantly. Be careful not to tap your hands or feet either.
It’s okay to be animated and talk with your hands. It’s probably even a good thing in most interviews to show enthusiasm. But don’t move your hands around when you should be listening!
4. Smile and try to enjoy the process:
Confident people smile. Nervous people grimace or wrinkle their face up and look super serious or distracted.
So along with making eye contact as we discussed earlier… smile and try to hold relaxed, calm facial expressions.
It’s okay to show you’re thinking about an interview answer or deciding what to say, but you shouldn’t constantly look like you’re strained and having a miserable time.
5. Practice your handshake:
Nothing’s worse than a limp handshake. It shows a lack of experience in interviews and a lack of confidence.
So practice with friends or family at home. Get it firm but not too aggressive/strong. You need to find a good balance.
6. Talk slowly:
Don’t blurt out answers and don’t rush yourself. Confident people take their time, and aren’t afraid to say, “that’s a great question, let me think for a second…”
Once you blurt out an answer in your interview, you can’t get it back. So never be afraid to pause.
Also, don’t be afraid to ask them to clarify the question if you’re not sure. This is MUCH better than just guessing or “winging it” and blurting out a bad answer before you understand the situation.
7. Interview THEM:
Want to show confidence in your interview? Act like you have a lot of opportunities and are picky and selective about where you go next in your career. This is how the top job seekers treat their job hunt.
You’re not looking for any job, or the first job that’ll hire you. You’re looking for the right job.
If you take this mindset, you’ll seem much more appealing to them.
To pull this off, you need to ask great questions throughout the interview.
You’re interviewing them while they’re interviewing you.
Don’t be arrogant. You still need to sell yourself and impress them. But you’ll definitely seem more confident if you act like you’re weighing numerous opportunities and that you’re focused on finding the correct fit, not just any job.
You don’t have to lie to do this either. If you’re just starting your job search and they ask whether you’ve had other interviews, or how things are going, you can say:
“I just started my job search very recently. I’m just beginning to have phone conversations for the most part. It’s going well but it’s still very early in the process.”
That sounds a lot better than, “You’re the only company who I’ve met face-to-face.”
8. Don’t be desperate:
Don’t be a push-over. Don’t give references on a first phone interview. No top-level job seeker would do this. Are you going to let every company who does a phone interview with you call your references? That’s crazy.
Act like you’re in-demand, and if something doesn’t seem right… say so!
I’m not saying you should look for confrontations. Be respectful and work with them. Be willing to be flexible. But don’t bend over backward at every request (unfortunately employers make some pretty ridiculous, demanding requests sometimes. And I can tell you the top job seekers… the most confident ones… tell them “no” when necessary).
Usually, it won’t come to that, and it just comes down to small interactions…
If you can’t make a certain interview date they asked you about, tell them and propose a new date.
If they have a few requirements or policies that you’re not 100% comfortable with or aren’t clear on, ask them. Don’t be afraid to speak up and ask questions about the process.
Don’t just say “yes, okay” to everything they tell you. You have just as much control of the process as they do IF you can get this mindset down! There’s one of you, and MANY jobs out there. Act like it.
9. Listen, don’t wait to talk:
When you’re nervous you tend to plan what you’ll say and miss an opportunity to bond with the hiring manager. Focus on listening.
If they make a joke, you want to catch it and laugh. If you’re too busy thinking about what to say next, you’re going to mess this up and seem awkward and tense.
So actually listen, and then pause and think about how to respond SLOWLY.
Don’t sit there planning your responses and waiting for your turn talk.
10. Know what you want in a job:
If they ask “why did you apply for this position?”… or “why do you want this job?” you need a good answer. They aren’t going to hire someone who doesn’t seem to care about what type of job they get.
The most confident job seekers know exactly what they want, and can explain it clearly and quickly.
Confidence Gets You Hired!
Showing confidence in interviews will help you make a better first impression and be more memorable so you can get more job offers.
You’ll also start to FEEL more confident if you use these steps in your interviews. So it’s a win-win. You’ll be more relaxed and be able to give much better answers.
This article curated from the web, written by Simha.
Interesting Statistics about Selling that every person involved in direct sales should know
1. The best time to cold call is between 4:00-5:00 pm. The second best is 8:00-10:00 am. The worst times are 11:00 am and 2:00 pm. (InsideSales and Kellogg School of Business)
2. Thursday is the best day to prospect. Wednesday is the second-best day. Tuesday is the worst day. (InsideSales)
3. In 2007 it took an average of 3.68 cold call attempts to reach a prospect. Today it takes 8 attempts. (TeleNet and Ovation Sales Group)
4. 80% of sales require 5 follow-up calls after the meeting. 44% of salespeople give up after 1 follow-up. (The Marketing Donut)
5. After a presentation, 63% of attendees remember stories. Only 5% remember statistics. (Chip and Dan Heath)
6. 70% of people make purchasing decisions to solve problems. 30% make decisions to gain something. (Impact Communications)
7. Each year, you’ll lose 14% of your customers. (BusinessBrief)
8. Prospects that buy have 58% more objections than prospects who don’t. Learn to appreciate objections as they provide opportunities to solve customer problems.
9. The #1 reason customers buy from you isn’t service, selection, quality or price — it’s your confidence! (Guerilla Selling)
This interesting article curated from the web.
7th pay commission: 200% hike cleared for these central government employees
7th pay commission: While the Central government staff is still hopeful of a pay hike and an increase in fitmrnt factor. The employees of Indian Railways got good news. According to a ZeeBiz report, the Indian Railways has decided to more than double the running allowance of its guards, loco pilots, and assistant loco pilots, thereby accepting a long-pending demand of employees’ unions.
The latest move would increase Railways’ annual financial burden of allowances by Rs 1,225 crore and enhance operating ratio by 2.5 percent, the report stated citing sources.
“The running staff had been demanding the increase for the past four years. While the allowances for other employees had been increased on July 1, 2017, their hike was pending. This is a new year gift from the railways to its staff. However, this will be a huge burden on railways as it will increase the operating ratio by around 2.5 percent,” said the source.
Meanwhile, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has asked all head of departments and assistant commissioners to submit rationalized duty hours of employees working under them to the general administration department. The data will be used for negotiations with unions regarding the implementation of the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission. The civic administration is likely to meet the unions next week.
While the state has already implemented the recommendation and employees will receive a pay increase from February, the BMC administration is waiting for directions on the same.
Another good news announced for professors and teachers of every state as ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the Narendra Modi government has announced a pay hike.
The academic staff will get the benefits of the 7th Pay Commission with effect from January 1, 2016.
Not only the teachers, the central government has said that the other staff members of universities and colleges will also get a new pay scale. President of Lucknow University Associated College Teachers Association (LUACTA), Manoj Pandey told Zeebiz.com that implementation of the 7th pay commission will increase the salaries by about Rs 40,000 at professor level while those at the lower level will get a hike up to Rs 7,000 per month
7th pay commission: Good news for these employees
7th pay commission: The Modi government on Tuesday approved proposal to extend the 7th Central Pay Commission benefits to the teachers and other academic staff of the state government/ government aided degree level technical institution in the country.
The move would have additional Central Government liability of Rs 1241.78 crore.
The Central government would reimburse 50 per cent of the total addition expenditure (from 1.1.2016 to 31.3.2019) to be incurred by these institutes for payment of arrears on account of7th Central Pay Commission.
Meanwhile, over 50 lakh employees are hopeful that Modi government might announce some relief in its interim busget on February 1. If several media reports are to be believed then the central staff could also expect a salary hike.
The government reportedly is likely to discuss the much-awaited demand of salary hike and increase in fitment factor. Earlier, the government had denied any salary hike beyond the recommendations of the seventh pay commission.
Currently, the Central employees are getting a minimum pay of Rs 18,000 but they are demanding it to be raised to Rs 26,000, besides an increase in the fitment factor by 3.68 times from the existing 2.57 times.
Earlier, amidst the central government employees ‘demand of rise in salary and change in fitment factor, government staff of Bengal would now get a dearness allowance (DA) at 125 per cent of their basic salary, under 7th pay commission.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had announced that the government employees of the state would get DA at 125 per cent of their basic pay from this month, while assuring the employees of clearing all the dues by January
SBI SO 2019: Registration begins, last date to apply January 31
SBI SO 2019: The registration for recruitment for over 11 posts for as many as 31 vacancies in State Bank of India has begun. Candidates can log in to SBI’s official website— sbi.co.in for the same. The application process will end on January 31, 2019.
After filling the form online, candidates are required to send the supporting documents to SBI’s head office. The total vacancies are 31 in number.
Out of these 31 vacancies, two posts are for Deputy manager (statistician), three are for Project development manager – agriculture/ international banking/ retail/ corporate banking, three are for Manager (servicing – digital), three for Manager (business analyst/customer service analyst), three are for Manager (online fulfillment/ integration and journey/ superstore fulfillment) and four are for Manager (digital marketing), and one each for Head (lead),DGM (NCLT), DGM (law), Head (product, investment and research).
The rest 10 vacancies are for Executive (credit monitoring).
The candidates applying for SBI SO post fo statistician will get a remuneration of Rs 15 lakh, for manager posts candidates will get Rs 18 lakh. For DGM posts an annual salary of Rs 35 to 47 lakh will be given, For the post of Head (legal) candidates can expect CTC in the range of Rs 47 to Rs 52 lakh. For other posts, salary is negotiable
For candidates who belong to the unreserved category will have to pay Rs 600 while those belonging to SC/ST/PWD will have to pay Rs 100.
Below is a step-wise guide on how to apply.
Step 1: Visit the official website, sbi.co.in
Step 2: Go to Careers, recruitment page
Step 3: A new page will open, click on the ‘SBI SO cadre recruitment..’ link
Step 4: Register using personal details
Step 4: Start filing form, upload documents
Step 5: Make payment and take print out
7th pay commission: Big win for these employees as government agrees for pay revision
7th pay commission: Good news for BSNL employees as central government agrees to fulfil many demands including revision of pay and pension. In a circular dated 13th December 2018, the All Unions and Associations of BSNL (AUAB) said the decisions were made in a meeting with the Department of Telecom (DoT) and Minister of State for Telecommunication Manoj Sinha.
The minister said that DoT had already written to the Ministry of Finance, with a positive recommendation, to solve this issue. A favourable reply is awaited from the Finance Ministry, after which this problem will be settled.
According to the circular, DoT had agreed to the demand to de-link the pension revision of BSNL retirees, from the Pay Revision of the serving employees. AUAB had taken the stand that Pension Revision is no way linked with Pay revision or the affordability of BSNL and it is finally accepted by DoT.
The breakthrough will strengthen the employees’ demand for Pay Revision with full 15% fitment.
DoT had already prepared the Cabinet Note for allotting 4G spectrum to BSNL, and immediately after the notice was issued for indefinite strike, it was sent for Inter-Ministerial Consultation.
Earlier, BSNL employee unions of BSNL decided to defer their indefinite strike to December 10 if they fail to resolve issues in the proposed meeting with Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha.
BSNL unions have been demanding allocation of 4G spectrum to the public sector firm so that it is able to compete in the market and keep up the market share.
The employees are also demanding wage revision as per recommendations of 2nd and 3rd pay revision committee.
67 thousands posts of constables opened with matriculation as educational requirement!
As the national elections are nearing the government at the centre has really become serious to an extent on employment front. There is indeed a good news for the matric pass young men of the country as the Subordinate Services Commission has announced appointment for 67 thousand posts of constables in paramilitary forces of the country viz Border Security Force, Central Industrial Security Force, SSB, Indo Tibet Police Force etc.
The notification in this regard is likely to be issued shortly. The minimum basic qualification required for appearing in the written and physical examination is merely matriculation passed. Both the aspiring boys and girls can apply for the said posts.
There have been dearth of police personels in these para military forces since long dealing with law and order situation, in counter insurgency operations at the porous Indo Pak borders, in strife torn Kashmir, at domestic and international airports, metro rail corporations, important government buildings and scientific installations and to counter the riotous situation in various parts of the country.
When the BJP led NDA government assumed power at the centre it promised to give two crore jobs to the youngsters but on the employment generation front things seem to be quite awry. The Delhi Police and various state police forces are already running short of constables and lower rung police officials to counter and control the increasing trend of law lessness in various states of the country as majority of the police force is involved in the VIP and VVIP security.
There was a time when government at the centre and the states used to employ good number of youngsters in government offices as clerks, typists and stenographers and in the lower rung as well but it has been witnessed that during the last two decades or so the government sector has witnessed dearth in such appointments as a new system of contractual appointments have come into force where the salaries are too low in commensurate of sky rocketting inflation and there is no job securityas well.
In majority of the cases the retired employees are re hired at a meagre salary thus killing the chances of the new young educated appointees. This is really a very distressing trend. The employment, health, agrarian and the lower and medium business sector of the country is in quite disarray and doldrums.
Majority of the qualified and skilled young men after completing their graduation and post graduation in rural and semi urban sectors are either sitting idle at home for want of proper jobs or are constrained to serve in the private sector with meagre insecured jobs for longer hours thus being exploited to the hilt.
The government of the day should revise its employment generation policy and open maximum number of new jobs in the government sector to fullfil its pre election promises and bring to end the increasing frustration amongst the educated young people who are running from pillar to posts for want of employment but of no avail.
The employment exchanges established by the government in various parts of the country are also serving no suitable and constructive purpose as there are literally no or negligible number of jobs in government departments of the centre and states.
While on the one hand the government servants are retiring at the fast pace while on the other hand there are no vacancies to fill the back log or the vacancies existing out of these retirements.
The incumbent government should seriously give a rethinking on this front and create jobs for the skilled and educated young aspirants forthwith.
ABOVE is the picture of unemployed youth going in an over crowded train risking their lives even on its rooftop to appear in the state police force recruitment exam few months ago in Jaipur. One can have the idea: how enormous is the unemployment problem in the country?
Onboarding is NOT Orientation – How to Improve the New Employee Experience?
Companies seeking the path to success in this highly competitive world are at a great advantage by practicing Onboarding. An effective Onboarding practice leads to increase in the productivity of the employees, engagement, and retention. Due to this the employees develop a quicker speed and remain in the job for a longer time period.
Orientation is an occasion. Onboarding is a procedure.
Onboarding is at times, mistaken. Many organizations mix up orientation for onboarding. Orientation informs the employee regarding the direct procedures and systems they have to know. It consists of signing the employees up for work, accepting company ID, and understanding all the documents required under various situations. Whereas, Onboarding unfolds all through the initial 6-18 months of business, passing through hiring through pre-boarding and introduction, to lead new employees to successful performance.
It is important for each organization to set up a formal onboarding program that is securely adjusted to its employment brand, culture, and growing business targets. Ensure that the employees are provided with a suitable onboarding strategy so that their working days don’t turn out to be frustrating and confusing.
Instead of putting a bunch of files to work on in front of the employees, take some time to help them go through the Onboarding procedure. Once the employee is familiar with the whole process of the Onboarding process, it will lead to the delivery of the long-term benefits of the organization.
The following key focuses will enable you to get your newly hired employees on track, up to speed and “on board” so they can begin adding to your organization’s prosperity as quickly as possible.
Onboarding process must be innovative and decent:
Consider the experience from the worker’s point of view, and after that attempt to make it fun, interesting, energizing, effortless, and as basic, as could be expected. Through this, you will make your new employee feel happy, interested and energized.
The organization must post new worker introduction plans, materials, benefits frames, and a broad FAQ about the organization online that is open to new employees from a link in the welcome email before their first day at work.
Generation of New Employee Orientation Personal:
An onboarding procedure ensures employees follow up with the organization culture from the very beginning. It connects them with collaborators, chiefs, and pioneers of the organization so they feel some portion of the group, and furthermore praise the parts other staff play. Due to this, they will know whom to contact when they have a question, and how different groups and divisions cooperate, enabling them to be more profitable. Try not to make the very first moment about printed material.
Experience of the clients should be made better:
Cheerful employees mean cheerful clients. If you want to ensure that your employees are much connected with the experience of the clients then there is a need to make your employees more joyful in their work.
With an onboarding technique, your company can guarantee on trustworthy client benefit involvement with all levels of your company, regardless of whether a client is interfacing with a business agent or an organization’s Twitter account.
Organizational thinking to be done strategically:
Onboarding can improve your organization’s reaction to industry patterns. At the point when workers in all cases at your company have been set up for growth and development, it makes your organization more crucial and focused.
The calculation for Higher Revenue is quite simple i.e. Higher employee retention + greater employee productivity + better customer service + more strategic thinking = higher revenue. Your organization’s bottom line can have a great impact by an Onboarding program. If the onboarding is done in the right way, the first day it will lead to a strong relationship between the organizational profitability and the employee’s satisfaction and happiness.
Onboarding should never be neglected. Companies giving proper time to Onboarding processes stay ahead in competition than those organizations which do not practice Onboarding. Let your employees feel proud, satisfied and happy to work with you. Onboarding will undoubtedly help your organization succeed.
In such a competitive world, having the skills to pass an interview is a must. Failing to make a good impression in front of your interviewer may cost you an opportunity. If you want to stand out of the crowd, there is a need to do amazingly good in your interview. Interview skills help you pass out the hiring test with flying colors. Thus, having Interview skills is a must.
“See you on Monday, thank you”. Yes, these words may possibly make you delighted, excited and too happy. Yet, as your excitement lowers down, reality begins to take its shape. You finally got an interview call for your dream job. Yet, now, how would you get prepared? It’s truly important to have the best meeting you can and to do that, it’s basic to plan possibly. Be sure, you can do it.
The “feared job interview”, this is what it is called may feel like the most stressful part of recruitment but it is the most important. Irrespective of the post you are applying for whether it is a job just after your schooling gets over or a job for a new employee in any organization, Interview is the real part of acquiring the new position you are aspiring to get.
The following are some of the tips to keep in mind before going for the interview:
This includes the research work. You just have to prove to the Interviewer that you are a great helping hand for the organization. Research everything about the company. Make a list of all the knowledgeable questions that you will ask your future boss. The questions need to be really intelligent and impressive. Just know all the expectations that the Interviewer is keeping from you and ask those questions which really prove that you did research deeply. Read the post that you are applying for.
Analysis work is a must
You’ve done huge amounts of research on your dream organization– right now is an ideal opportunity to audit your resume, job experience, and all your social media profiles.
Your resume should be perfect, including all the required and necessary details preferable during a Job Interview. Get a printout of at least five copies of your resume and carry the same during the interview.
Write each and every past job experience that you have done. More the experience, more are the chances of you getting hired. So, don’t miss out on anything. Enlist all your work experience in your resume irrespective of how the small or how the big your position was.
Just have a look at your social media posts. Did you make any status update on Facebook complaining about your Ex-boss or bash any of your customers on Twitter? If yes, get them deleted immediately. Unprofessional posts may tarnish your image in front of your future boss.
As the quote says, “Practice makes a man perfect”. It undoubtedly plays a major role in the life of the person aspiring to crack a job interview for his/her dream job. Practice! Practice! Practice! This is all that you need. Stand in front of a mirror; try to answer the questions that can be asked in the interview. See the way you speak, notice your expressions. You should not be looking nervous. Improve your speaking skills.
So, it’s the big day. It’s the time for the Job Interview. Keep all the long-term preparations aside, avoid last-minute research work.
Here are the things to follow during a Job Interview:
Do’s and Don’ts during an Interview
- No need of any companion. Walk alone for an interview.
- Looks do matter. Carry yourself in that attire with which the company is comfortable. Formals are recommended.
- Switch off your mobile phone at the time of the Interview. Any sort of disturbance during the interview will not be entertained.
- Ensure that you have a positive body language and attitude. Look as confident as you can.
- Chewing gum is not allowed in the Interview room. This puts a bad impression on your personality.
Improvising your approach
If you are not able to understand any question, you should clarify your doubts. Just be honest with whatever you are answering and it is highly recommended to support your answers with suitable examples.
Show your Interest in the job
You should end the interview on a positive note. Let the interviewer know that you really want to join the organization. It is not advisable to ask about your salary to the interviewer. However, he himself will discuss the salary that you are ought to get. Move ahead by asking for the contact numbers and the visiting cards of the interviewer in case you don’t have one.
You did it! You passed through a day of interview since you were completely arranged, and you ought to feel glad. There are just a couple of things to do post-interview, yet they are basic to keeping up the great impression you made upon the interview day:
Be sure about the next steps of the Interview
You should know from who are you going to hear about the results of the interview and when. If there are any emails or any information that you promised to send, email them quickly and note down all the critical details about the interview in some notebook so that you don’t forget them.
Thank You email
Now is the time to send a Thank-You email to the person who will be managing you and with whom you will be working closely in the organization. Share all the happy moments from the interview in that email, this may include that part of the interview which made you excited or it may include writing about the person you enjoyed talking to, the most. This may show that you are interested to join the team.
If you didn’t get any response in other week or say 10 days, then is the time to follow up the hiring manager through your emails regarding the expectation for their response to your interview. Overall, you should be sounding Polite and not annoying or discomforting to the recipient of the email. It should just signify that you are well-organized and respect the position.
Thus, the three-step process “Before-during-after” is a perfect guide for the people aspiring to crack the interview for their dream jobs. However, each successive interview will add up to your confidence. With this confidence, you can surely pass the interview that will land you in your dream company.
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