Job Placement Training Videos
In this Video you are given an overview of Job Placements.
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Overview of US recruitment process, Understanding the roles for each stake holder. From perspectives of Candidates, Recruiters, Vendors, HR, Reporting Manager, Finance, IT Leader etc The 7 phases of getting your job.
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Half a Day Placement Workshop
Duration: 4 hours
Schedule: 7AM – 11AM PT on 07th December.
Course Fee: $199(LIVE or Videos)
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Registration: No demo sessions. Only paid participants will receive the link.
1. Welcome note
2. Overview of US recruitment process.
3. Understanding the roles for each stake holder. From perspectives of Candidates, Recruiters, Vendors, HR, Reporting Manager, Finance, IT Leader etc.
4. The 7 phases of getting your job.
Phase 1 : Building a Resume
What should your resume contain?
How to build a Kick A$$ resume that gets VIEWED?
Identifying the keywords to use in your resume
Creating and linking to social profile (LinkedIn, Facebook, etc)
Creating an email specifically for jobs
Doâ€™s and Dontâ€™s in your resume
Phase 2 : Getting your resume viewed
Applying to job posts
What job sites to use and place?
What settings are needed to get maximum views?
How and when to update your online resume and profile at job sites?
Getting socially recommended
Phase 3 : Taking the 1st-level interview calls (recruiter, HR)
Preparing your background for a good phone conversation
Greeting the caller.
What are the questions to ask?
What are the answers that you need to provide?
Know the Frequently Asked Questions and be ready with an answer.
How to set expectations and next steps before your end the call?
Following up after you end the call.
Summary : I am the right fit, you are lucky you reached me.
Phase 4 : Taking the 2nd-level interview calls (client, technical)
All above from Phase 3.
Knowing the callers roles and responsibilities
Knowing the true intent behind every question
Modulating your response based on expectations and expertise
Showcasing your interest
Making the interviewer feel that their search has ended
Phase 5 : An in-person interview (client, technical)
How you need to look?
How you need to smell?
How you need to talk?
What do you need to carry?
Questions to ask and Answers to remember?
Art of converting an interview into a conversation.
Phase 6 : Closure call (client, technical)
Phase 7 : Before you get to your job
Phase 8 : Mock Interviews