The pandemic has made the job market extremely volatile. There have been mass layoffs in many companies, sudden digitalization led to a lot of discomfort on both company and employee fronts.
Work from home has become the new normal. All sectors and industries have explored digitalization given the circumstances. While it was a struggle in the beginning employees and employers have seemed to adjust eventually.
As said by millions of people and articles on the internet already let’s begin by saying ‘The times have been difficult’. As identified by the ‘The New York Times’ the feeling of constantly feeling ‘blah’ or ‘demotivated’ is called ‘languish’.
This is like a football match, where you want to score your goal but the HR representative is the goalie and annoyingly a great goalie! But with the right practice, you definitely can score that goal. Now that this metaphor has entertained your brain, let’s get to the process of dissecting the ‘how’
I will be talking about the “objective of an interview”. Now, you must be thinking why are we talking about the objective of an interview so here’s the thing always remember “Intent is prior to Content”, What I mean by that is ki – agar humein pata hi nahin hoga ki interviewer kis perspective se question poochh rha hai toh ya to hum humesha galat answer denge or we will always stumble upon the question. Right? So, to eradicate this problem altogether, I will be talking about the objective of an interview from the perspective of an interviewer Firstly