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Job Seekers

Each day millions of people get interviewed for various kinds of jobs. While some make it in the initial attempts, several take time to crack these. Persistence remains the key to professional growth. No matter how many times you falter, or fail, consistently pursuing your goals can reap rewards in the long run.

If you dream big, it is important to emerge unscathed by the rejection e-mails, failed interviews, peer pressure and other constant discouragements. At the same time, these are opportunities for you to learn and do better next time.

HRM Info marketing team is in constant touch with our clients to find out about the current vacancies in their establishments. We keep our vacancy list duly updated so that desirable candidates can check the vacancies online. Candidates can apply for any of the listed openings OR can register with us for a desirable opening.

INTERVIEW

An interview is a harrowing experience in any job-seeker's life. Sweaty palms, nervous fidgeting and urgent prayers are all just part of the process

Here are some tips that will help you gain that extra edge and bring you closer to cracking that interview.

Before the interview
Research the company

Read up as much as possible about the company and the industry. You can also talk to people who work in the company or the industry to get a first hand feel about what drives the company and the industry.

Appearance

First impressions are made within the first few minutes and are very important for a successful interview. Most employers prefer candidates wearing formal attire (Indian or western). Dress soberly and neatly.

During the Interview
  • Stay focused; put away any worries
  • Switch off your cell phone before an interview starts
  • Eye contact conveys confidence
  • Introduce yourself clearly with your first and last name.
  • Take time to understand the question and then answer it. It is not a question of how fast you answer but how well you answer
  • Be expressive, talk crisply and slowly. Do not mumble, stammer or use a monotone
  • Keep the answers to the point. Avoid rambling
  • Never lie in an interview
  • Never blame or badmouth anyone during an interview
  • Never argue, always give polite responses
  • If you do not know the answer be frank, admit it

Conclusion

It is essential to be confident in an interview. If you have practiced your answers and done your homework, most of the questions can be answered without difficulty. Ensure that you take the time to understand what they are looking for by asking the question.

Finally, ensure that you dress and act professionally. Show up on time and make eye contact throughout the interview.

HRM Info makes sure that the said opening is indeed suitable to the candidate (s) in terms of remuneration, future prospects, value addition to their existing knowledge etc.

All the Best !



HRM Info do not charge / accept any amount or security deposit from candidates for their entire recruitment process.
HRM Info will not be liable for any such fraudulent activities or its consequences.

All interactions with the candidates will be done from official Email ID's @hrminfo.in and the contact numbers which belongs to HRM Info.