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    You got the job. Now for the hard part: deciding whether to accept it or not. How should you assess the salary as well as the other benefits? Which publicly available information should you rely on? How should you try to get a better deal? And what’s the best way to decline an offer if it’s not the right job for you?


    Shift your mind-set


    First, you must recognize that receiving an offer represents a new and different phase of the job search process. The purpose of the interview is to get the offer. The next stage is about weighing that offer and then negotiating it with your new employer. Keep in mind that even though the job is yours if you want it, you must continue to be enthusiastic in your dealings with your manager. By sounding suspicious or by questioning something about the offer, you are sending a negative signal. It sounds as if you’re uncertain that you want job. Employers need to feel that you are committed.


    Be Methodical


    Next, you need to think about what matters… [Read More]

  • So, now you have finally applied for a job in BPO Company? That’s great ! But I often find people who don’t even know the meaning of BPO when they apply for such jobs. The only reason behind their BPO job priority is that they have heard that is an easy job. Anyway, BPO actually means Business Process Outsourcing. BPO jobs lead you to a call center and the fact is that this sector can also employee people who are lacking somewhere in education. But the only thing that matters is you are good in English. The only reason behind why foreigners are better suited for BPO jobs is that they have great English speaking skills. Once you are able to mix few tricks with your great English then definitely the job is all yours.

    Now, as you have applied for a BPO job and expecting a call for interview so, it is time to get prepared to face it with a positive attitude. First of all, you must collect information about what the company does, where you have sent your resume. The Business process
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