V.Raghunathan
Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Psdhingra
Legal Analyst, Hrm
+2 Others

Thread Started by #psdhingra

Hi Fellow Members,
Many of you must have faced some critical situation somewhere or the other while facing interviews for job search. Sometimes, you don't also find any remedy on the spot for the deficiency shown by you at the time of interview. But you must not have thought what other kind of errors can happen during your next interview. If you like to go through, here are the ten important mistakes that people often make during the interview process. Why not be fully prepared before you go to face an interview, as if you avoid these critical errors, you can have a greater chance to prove that you are the right person for the job. You may see the attachment, if that can help you in any manner.
19th March 2016 From India, Delhi

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Dear Mr P S Dhingra,
You have posted a very good article that could serve very well for any interviewee.
It is very comprehensive as some body language aspects are also covered.
I am sure many readers, the youngsters in particular, will stand to get benefited immensely.
Thank you for sharing.
V.Raghunathan
20th March 2016 From India
#Anonymous
Dear Sir,
Your efforts are appreciable to make people aware of the common interview errors.
It would have been more appreciable if due courtesy was extended to the original writer of the article. We all use net for articles and thoughts. But should also be thankful to the person.
https://www.thepeopleengine.me/wp-co...iew-Errors.pdf
22nd March 2016 From India, Delhi
Dear anonymous, The poster of the thread has only attached a copy of the file which has been prepared by some learned person for information,with some relevant comments.
22nd March 2016 From India, Pune
Dear Anonymous,

Your advise, by keeping yourself as anonymous, has no relvance. However, thanks for your observation. But, please note, the article has been attached for the general awareness of the needy people, who grope in dark and face frequwet failure due to their ignorance about what is what and the most essential elements of their interview incidents to take care of. For your information, I have not taken tried to take any credit by posing as its author. Of course, the persons, who get benefit from the article are obliged to thank the author, including yourself, if that is considered beneficial to you also. So far as my thanks to him are concerned, I wonder, if you have assumed without knowing whether I would have thanked him or not, irrespective of the fact that the article has no use for me at this age of 75. Moreover, I hope you would like to appreiciate that I am not liable to report to you whether I have thanked someone or not.

I also hope that you can realise that along with your post, you have done nothing except to post the link for downloading the article to serve the same purpose, which I did, not any link to thank the author. Of course, it is easy to criticise a person, who tries to help others, than doing any extra constructive service to supplement the benefit for masses!
23rd March 2016 From India, Delhi
#Anonymous
Dear Mr Dhingra & Anonymous,
If i see it my way you both are right. Mr Dhingra in general is wanting to help people in their own way and Anonymous is also at 1 point feeling it right.
After looking at both articles what I make out is that the newly posted pdf file has been altered and the logo of original company and its name has been changed to new.
It is freely available from site to download so there should be no reason to change the logos in header and footer.
Well no debate ever had ended with both winning. :-)
23rd March 2016 From India, Delhi
Hi,
Thanks for your useful sharing for interviewees. I will refer some interviewer models and methods you should behave in each case. When you identify goals and appropriate responses, fear of thinking about whether you pass the interview or not will quickly disappear
There are 4 typical styles of interview:
1. Cold interview style
2. Investigation interview style
3. Intimidation interview style
4. Superficial interview style
Further detail at Figure out 4 common styles of recruiters
25th March 2016 From Vietnam, Hanoi
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