Understanding the employers' requirement | RPO by VSHR Pro Academy


Have you ever been "immersed" in the keywords "enthusiasm", "high discipline" or "active in work" in the job requirements of the employer without knowing if what you are thinking is the house. Recruiting needed??


Today, VSHR Pro Academy and everyone review and find out the "hidden" meaning behind familiar keywords to understand and express yourself to the fullest in interviews!


Good communication skill



This phrase means that the job requires good communication skills with colleagues, bosses, customers, partners... In addition, candidates also need to be able to speak and write clearly and concisely. To show that you have good communication skills, you can talk about your past experience giving presentations or negotiating face-to-face with clients.


Similar keywords: good speaking - writing skills, sociability, openness.


Good pressure resistance



At work, sometimes you may have to complete tasks at the last minute, handle unexpected situations or meet multiple deadlines at the same time. All of this requires the ability to withstand pressure well, not to fall into a state of panic. Work well under pressure' can also mean a job with long hours, a lot of pressure, or a sudden change of direction. To demonstrate this ability, talk about times when you completed multiple projects or handled a last-minute problem.


Similar keywords: complete work on deadline, agile.


Enthusiasm

When using this word, the company expects employees to do more than what is assigned. They want to find employees who are passionate about their work and industry, not looking for people who complain or just wait until 5 pm to get off work. To show your enthusiasm, research the company carefully before submitting your CV. This will help you better understand the company's core values, thereby showing your strong interest in this role.


Similar keywords: dedicated, enthusiastic about work.


Capable of teamwork

This common phrase implies that you will often work with one or more teams and that the company is more concerned with team results than individuals. To demonstrate this ability, talk about your ability to work well with colleagues and your strengths in brainstorming sessions. You can also say "we" instead of "I" when answering some questions related to teamwork during the interview.


Similar keywords: collective spirit


Be proactive at work


Don't expect to be 'hands-on' when applying for this job. Instead, you will have to be self-sufficient - finding a way to accomplish your goals with very little support. To demonstrate your ability to be self-reliant, talk about times when you worked independently and got good results. If you're someone who likes to ask a lot of questions, this might not be the place for you. And if this role has many responsibilities that are new to you, it may not be the right choice. You'll be doing yourself a disservice if you take on unfamiliar responsibilities without training or supervision.


Similar keywords: willing to work independently, resourceful.



Are you looking for someone for an important position for your business? Or busy preparing for upcoming interviews?

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