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V.Raghunathan
Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Anil.arora
Administration Head
Skhadir
Strategic Business Management Includes Revenue
Ankitaadhikary
Sr. Executive Hr
+5 Others

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I had completed the 2nd interview before 2 days ago, yesterday i got the call from recruiter and she asked me: is this suitable time to talk, my answer was: can we make it after one hour because I'm driving right now.
yet, she didn't call back! weird !!

Your reply was perfect and wise. Well, she only knows the reason as why she didn’t call you back. I suggest you to call her and get yourself updated. With profound regards
Hello Mr Saidan,
As pointed out by Mr S Khadir you should call back the recruiter if you are still interested.
It is unfortunate that most people do not remember to call back.
V.Raghunathan..................................... .................................................. .. Navi Mumbai

Hi Saidan Yes,you can call back. The recruiter must have forgot, its better you remind them :)
One more thing i would like to add after all the response you have that you must change your attitude, perception and need to learn on what, when and how to react.

As she called you back today and you are happy with her response but must not forget that you need to learn from it on how to have control on yourself and work with patience.

Your answer to her was appropriate, but you lost your control and reacted and found it as weird !!, when she didnt call you back as per your expectation or requested time. What would you like to say about it?

Do you feel that recruiters is sitting out there only for you /one candidate only and keep calling you back whenever you want otherwise the situation can be called wired, do you? You must have respect for your recruiters who are providing you a chance that you never wants to loose instead of showing frustration. If she didnt call you back doesn't mean you are authorised to treat it like this instead of calling her back. Maybe, during the time, she got another candidate and busy in tele-screening or busy with other work that didnt allow her to call back after an hour as requested by you

Your reaction says about you and I am really surprised that none of single member here highlighted this to you which i believe is really important for you to know and for your career/professional life . This is not a small thing i would say that made me feel like to highlight you once

HRJeena, Mr Khadir has also indicated the same but there was nothing like realization of your mistake in your response (#5).

@V.Raghunathan Hello, there is nothing like "Unfortunate" or recruiter who are in need of candidate forget to make callback if found candidate is not available at that time but having a suitable profile according to their need.

Every one has to move on with his/her occupied work and had to finish it instead of waiting for one and i believe she did the same.Also it is self explanatory how suitable profile of him was for recruiter and according to their need/interest was when she called him back today.

Hope i have made myself very clear to you all.

seems we have a brave person hiding behind the screen :) I don’t imagine how you can judge on personality based on one word!! thanks a lot for your feedback AK :
Its a part of good manners to call back a person who called u.But you chose to play ego games,in the process u lost a few points.Remember good manners are as wanted as ur qualifications.so beware next time!!
All the best!!

Dear Ms, Amina,

I have gone through your views and would like share my views with you. I need your views again responding to my opinion below.

Ofcourse its a part of good manners to call back only we had missed a call. But, they had exchanged(message) information with clarity leaving no room for confusion or doubt. I would be glad if you can stress more on EGO GAMES as you had mentioned in your post. I would like to understand indept about your perception. Its just my study to understand HUMAN PSYCHOLOGY OF BEHAVIOUR as i fond of studying it. This will also support me to add more information to my training module EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SKILLS as i can take this as a case study. Kindly consider my request.

To my knowledge, he sought permission to continue discussion after an hour due to prevailing circumstances. It was the responsibility of the recruiter to consider his request and call him back. If i was the candidate, i will never have telecon while driving.

Second thing is that, he didn't say that, "he will call her back". Again, it is the responsibility of the recruiter to call him back.

It is not fair on the candidates part to call and inquire about his status which depicts that, as if candidate is eager to grab this opportunity. A candidate should never reveal his weakness.

Feel free to correct me, if i am wrong.

With profound regards

I second to Mr. Anil Arora,
Most of us lack PATIENCE. Under such circumstances we are habitual of reacting to the situation rather responding to it. The only reason why we react instead of responding is lack of POSITIVE MENTAL ATTITUDE, SELF-CONFIDENCE and STABILITY. It is the fact, none can predict their future.
Our EMOTIONS must be stable irrespective of the prevailing situation. Since we all have noted change in your EMOTIONS & BEHAVIOUR, we have shared our best views/opinion. I request you to study your own behaviour & emotions, compare with our views/opinion and share yours.
With profound regards

checking back with recruiter after one hour looked good option..since the time has lapsed, i would like to check if you have called back and what is the result? One more..learn and go ahead..may be some thing better planned for you..also forget comments which demoralize you..

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