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Looking for employment? WE’RE ON THE JOB!

Job Seekers

How can we help

​Our TA specialists aim to help you to advance your career path and to place you with the most suitable jobs. They will guide you through the whole process and find you the best-fit job with remuneration up to your expectation.

Our Approach

This is carried out in 5-steps:

  1. Finding out: Understanding what you want, what are your career objectives, what you expect and what you need

  2. Choices: Providing you with short-listed potential opportunities that best suit your objectives and expectation

  3. Interview: Preparing you for the interview with tips and pointers and instance following up after job interviews

  4. Communication: Negotiating the best offer for you

  5. Post placement service: Follow up on your career objectives and review it against your working progress

Interview Tips 
  1. Preparation before hand

    • Read and understand the job description thoroughly

    • Try to remember key points of ‘desirable requirements’ that the company is looking for and adapt them to your own skill set

    • Prepare answers for questions which you may be asked at the interview

    • Prepare questions to ask at the end of the interview

  2. On the day of interview

    • Arrive about 15 minutes before your scheduled interview to complete additional paperwork and allow yourself time to get settled, also to observe the dynamics of the workplace

  3. During the interview

    • Greet the interviewer, stand, smile, make eye contact, and offer a firm (neither limp and nor bone-crushing) handshake.

    • Having a positive attitude and expressing enthusiasm for the job and employer are vital in the initial stages of the interview

    • The quality and delivery of your responses is key to success

    • Effective forms of body language: smiling, eye contact and solid posture

    •  Provide focused responses that showcase your skills and experience fit with the job and the employer

    • Always attempt to keep your interview responses short and to the point

    • Never badmouth any of your previous employer, company or co-worker

    • Follow the interviewer's leads but try to get them to describe the position and duties early in the interview so you can relate your background and skills to the position.

    • Always conduct yourself as if you are determined to get the job. Never close the door on an opportunity

  4. End of the interview

    • Show your interest at the end of the interview by asking questions such as:

      • When you will hear back and what the next stage of the process will be?

      • What are the day-to-day expectations and responsibilities of this job?

      • Can you describe the company’s (or division’s or department’s) management style?

      • Can you share your opinion on the company’s corporate culture?

      • Are lateral or rotational job moves available?

    •  Importance of thanking each person who interviews you should come as no surprise

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