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4 THINGS THAT AN EMPLOYER LOOKS FOR IN A PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEE

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ambujajain1998
20 days ago
20 days ago
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In today’s time, there is not such perfect employee fit parameters for any employer to use as a set of readymade pre-requisites. Nowadays, roles are more personality centric than just looking up for the right education, experiences and accomplished targets. Still there is basic way to go about it to find in your perfect candidate. Every employer has certain expectations from the employee, and these are few pre-requisite skills which a candidate must possess to stand one step closer to their selection automatically.

The qualities which every employer looks for in a prospective employee are: 


  1. Communication- The foremost quality which every employer looks in any candidate is their communication potential and capacity. How the candidate can express their thoughts and articulate their ideas, which works as the most positive sign. 
  2. Team Player- On many occasions, an employee has to work with his fellow-colleagues as a team for a project. Even a leader should be knowing how to work along with a team, keeping up the team spirit. The candidate should be a responsible team worker for them to work constructively in longer run.  
  3. Passionate Learner- The stronger the desire the person has, the greater self-motivation he will have while working. A passion driven candidate always yearns to learn and unlearn in their whole working tenure according to different situations. Any candidate with a restricted confined notion on learning new things can work negatively to company progress. 
  4. Knowledge- Knowledge is the basic necessity to bag any job. An expertise in the major domain area is always an advantage. It is true that knowledge is not everything but having good technical skills will surely increase your chances and will certainly impress the employer. 



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