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5 Proven Ways to Quicken the Hiring Process as a Job Seeker

5 Proven Ways to Quicken the Hiring Process as a Job Seeker

Do you feel like everything is taking longer while trying to find a job, whether or not it’s abroad?

There are always new ways of doing things, but some things stay the same; what is it? The hiring process. The process is quite long and frustrating all the time. It’s essential to stay positive and keep moving forward through the whole thing to get what you want out of it, but it is also essential that you know what needs to be done beforehand so that when those moments happen, they do not slow down your progress. So, here are the five proven steps to help you quicken your hiring process. 

Send your Complete CV

What do you understand by sending your complete CV? Let us tell you!

Include your nationality, spoken language, level, location, start-up availability, professional and educational background, and preferences. It is only natural to adapt your application because each organization is unique. You can modify the color scheme on your resume to emphasize particular details more and thank others. Additionally, most employers prefer to get your CV in English if you seek a job abroad. Do not assume the recruiter is fluent in your native language just because the position is for that language. 

You can read this blog for more understanding of the recruitment process, Tips for Recruitment: Effective and Affordable.

Be Receptive and Motivated 

As a job seeker, you should be active and responsive to the emails and calls given by the employer. Your behavior makes a great impact on the hiring manager, irrespective of the fact that whether it is positive or negative. And if someone asks if there are any questions they should ask when interviewing candidates for jobs like yours, be sure to answer them. 

If you are enthusiastic about the company, show it. Ask questions and show interest in their products and services. You can also research new companies by looking at LinkedIn profiles and their websites. It will make a good impression on hiring managers who want to see candidates prepared before they start interviewing them. 

Prepare Beforehand for Every Step

Do your research before you go in for an interview. Research the company and its mission, goals, and history. You don’t want to be surprised by anything that happens during the interview. 

What kind of questions are you likely to be asked? How can I prepare for them? What are some examples of similar situations that have been faced by other candidates who were hired at this company or position?

Improve your Interviewing Skills

To improve your interviewing skills, it’s important to practice with a friend or family member. Ask them to role-play the interview and answer questions back. If you are interested in this option, consider hiring an actor (or actress) who can play the part of yourself in interviews for you.

When practicing for an actual job interview, try answering these questions:

  • What makes me unique?
  • How do I handle stress?
  • Why should my potential employer hire me over others they’re considering?

Also, ensure you are good at communicating because these days, organizations are emphasizing the communication skills of the employees they are hiring for the betterment of their company. So, make sure you are confident enough to pass the interview. 

Also read, The Market for Corporate Recruitment Process Outsourcing to Witness Massive Growth by 2022–2028

Ask Questions

When you’re interviewing for a job, the last thing your prospective employer wants to hear is that you don’t know what they do or why they are hiring. They also don’t want to hear that you don’t have questions because it shows little interest in the position. But asking questions can help ensure that both parties understand each other’s vision and goals for their company and give them insight into how well-prepared and knowledgeable you are about everything surrounding your application/interview process (e.g., culture). It’s always important to ask about the following:

  • The company itself – Who owns it? How long has it been around? Where did they start? What makes them unique in today’s marketplace?
  • Your role within this organization – What skillsets do I need to succeed here? What type of knowledge will help me grow professionally while providing value to clients/customers/other employees etc.?

Wrapping Up

The hiring process can be long and stressful. It’s important to stay positive, but letting your energy levels drop will affect your performance in the interview room. You’ll be more likely to make mistakes or say things that are not helpful for your candidacy.

The perfect way to deal with this is by staying focused on the positive aspects of each step of the process as they happen, from getting an email from a recruiter about an opportunity at their company to writing their cover letter through all phases of interviewing (phone interviews, face-to-face meetings) until you’re hired.

Also, it’s important to follow up after an interview. It can be done via email or phone call. You can ask for feedback on how you did in the interview. It will guide future interviews to be more productive. You can also request more information about the position and thank them for their time. 

There are many ways to stay in the running after an interview, but these five can help you be as prepared as possible. Remember that a job search isn’t just about applying online and waiting for a callback; it’s also about being proactive and following up with employers. The right way to do this is by keeping track of your progress throughout the process and ensuring that you stay energized if things are going well on day one.

As you can see, there are a few steps you can take to help speed up the hiring process. If you follow these tips, be prepared for a faster response and show them how excited you are about this new opportunity.

For more details about recruitment and getting hired for abroad jobs, contact us now at +91-11-40410000 or email us at enquiry@dss-hr.com. 

Contact us today at Dynamic Staffing Services!

About the author

Headquartered in Dubai, with offices in 13 countries spread across UK, Europe, Middle East and South Asia, Dynamic Staffing Services is an industry leader within its niche space of international recruitment. Over the last 45 years, DSS has successfully places over 450 000 candidates in the engineering, healthcare, hospitality, IT and manufacturing sector. Please visit us as www.dss-hr.com to learn more about us. We pride ourselves in being an ethical recruitment services provider following the most stringiest regulations towards code of conduct. We recruit talent from Eastern Europe, India, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Africa, Egypt, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Malaysia among other nationalities and place them into 24+ countries. Each year we give jobs to about 12 000 candidates.

A part of the 1500+ people strong Dynamic group, our sister company Dynamic World Education Community focuses on Study Abroad, by helping students find the right education (www.dynamicwec.net), Dynamic immigration focuses on providing immigration services (https://www.dss-hr.com/canada) to families wanting to move to Canada & Altudo focuses on software development and enhancing digital customer experiences (https://www.altudo.co )

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