Manpowerworld Placement & Facility Management http://www.manpowerworldplacement.com/blog/ Latest Products Sun, 28 Feb 2021 18:18:22 +0530 en-us http://www.manpowerworldplacement.com CLIENT/CANDIDATES http://www.manpowerworldplacement.com/blog/client-candidates_6866.htm Mon, 07 Jan 2019 03:22:19 +0530 <p><span style="color: #333333;">About us:-</span></p> <p><span style="color: #333333;">ManpowerworldPlacement & Facility Management is a leading name in the placement space of Gujarat. This placement firm was founded by the joint efforts of Mr. Gaurang Patel_8141581581 and Mr. J.B Patel_9106495600 in Vapi &  Other City In (Gujarat). Since the incorporation in 2012, we are serving everyone by offering different services under the same roof. We have different teams that are engaged in serving as an HR consultant, corporate trainer, manpower recruiter, and career consultant in Vapi. After the expansion of our operations, we commenced facilitating people with security services, housekeeping services, data entry services, payroll services, and facility management in Gujarat.</span><br style="color: #333333;" /><br style="color: #333333;" /><span style="color: #333333;">Ours is a team of professionals. All are resolving queries of people approaching us. The teams keep a tab on the vacancies available in the industries all over Gujarat. This helps us in assisting the individuals as per their requirement. With our continuing efforts, Manpowerworld Placement & Facility Management has been successful in establishing a sizable clientele in Gujarat.</span><br style="color: #333333;" /><br style="color: #333333;" /><span style="color: #333333;">Presently, we are engaged in serving the industries of the insurance, BPO, finance, engineering, pharmaceuticals, event management, sales & marketing, manufacturing/operations, FMCG telecom/technology/ ISP, export/import/IT/ITES, education/training, retail, construction, travel, automobile, banking, and technical. In addition to this, we also facilitate the sector of BSFI. Dial our numbers and utilize any of the services available at market-leading charges.</span><br style="color: #333333;" /><br style="color: #333333;" /><strong style="color: #333333;">OUR VISION</strong><br style="color: #333333;" /><strong style="color: #333333;">“We simplify business”</strong><br style="color: #333333;" /><span style="color: #333333;">Our vision is understanding needs & long term perspective of our client & provide value-added services by integrating; domain expertise, technology, skill, process improvement to ripe on long-term client relationships.</span><br style="color: #333333;" /><br style="color: #333333;" /><strong style="color: #333333;">OUR MISSION</strong><br style="color: #333333;" /><strong style="color: #333333;">“Excellence in Service”</strong><br style="color: #333333;" /><span style="color: #333333;">Our mission is to achieve new height of excellence in business outsourcing services & glean the best practices & technology adopted by the industry worldwide to the business advantage of our clients.</span></p> HEADACHE FOR RELOCATING FOR YOUR JOB http://www.manpowerworldplacement.com/blog/headache-for-relocating-for-your-job_7602.htm Fri, 01 Nov 2019 23:59:54 +0530 <div>Relocating can be tough enough, but if you add in the stress of starting a new job, it can be overwhelming. Here’s how to make the transition easier and less demanding.</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>MAKE A PLAN</strong></div> <div>Make a plan before you move. This is the number one thing you can do to dramatically reduce the stress associated with moving. How detailed should your plan be? Very detailed. You should take an inventory of all of your property, make a list of things you need to do and when you need to do it by, and you should have a list of important phone numbers handy for your movers, your utilities, and any other company or person helping you during the move.</div> <div>It dramatically reduces your stress because all you have to do is follow the plan.</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>FIND A NEW HOME</strong></div> <div>Finding a new home isn’t always easy, but it’s something (oddly enough) many people do quickly - almost too quickly. In fact, most people put more time into planning a move than they do finding and researching a home.</div> <div>Let’s say you want to find a home in Alberta. What should you do? You should start with local listings in the area you want to live in. Contact a local realtor. Have a home inspection done. Consult with a contractor about the costs for any repairs that need to be done. Then, make a determination as to whether it’s worth the asking price. Negotiate with the seller.</div> <div>Make sure you get the home you want for the price you want. Don’t get too emotional over buying a home, especially if it’s your first walkthrough. Worst case scenario - you rent. It’s not the end of the world. Whatever you do, don’t stress about the home. Don’t buy something you’re not completely satisfied with or can’t afford.</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>FORWARD ALL YOUR MAIL</strong></div> <div>Don’t forget to forward all of your mail. This is a biggie. Many people just assume the post office will automatically forward mail. They won’t. You will have to forward it yourself or tell everyone about your new address and hope that nothing gets lost.</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>CHANGE YOUR PHONE NUMBER</strong></div> <div>If you’re moving into a new area code, make sure you transfer your phone service to the local one. If you have a cell phone as your primary number, this isn’t so important.</div> <div> </div> <div><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><em>GET INVOLVED IN YOUR NEW LOCAL COMMUNITY</em></span></strong></div> <div>One way to make the moving process less stressful is to get involved with the local community. If you feel like part of the place where you live, you’ll develop an attachment to it. Bonding happens when there is an emotional or psychological connection. If there’s no connection, there’s no feeling of belonging.</div> <div>And, what creates that feeling? Investment. You must invest in the place where you live in order to feel like it matters to you. So, get involved in your community. Make it matter to you. Sure, you’ll miss your old place, but you will appreciate the new place you’ve chosen even more.</div> Top 10 Job Interview Questions With Best Answers http://www.manpowerworldplacement.com/blog/top-10-job-interview-questions-with-best-answers_7603.htm Sat, 02 Nov 2019 00:16:09 +0530 <p><strong>1. Tell me about yourself.</strong></p> <p>What They Want to Know: The interviewer wants to know why you're an excellent fit for the job. Try to answer questions about yourself without giving too much, or too little, personal information. You can start by sharing some of your personal interests and experiences that don't relate directly to work, such as a favorite hobby or a brief account of where you grew up, your education and what motivates you. You can even share some fun facts and showcase your personality to make the interview a little more interesting.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>2. Why should we hire you?</strong></p> <p>What They Want to Know: Are you the best candidate for the job? The hiring manager wants to know whether you have all the required qualifications. Be prepared to explain why you're the applicant who should be hired. Make your response a confident, concise, focused sales pitch that explains what you have to offer and why you should get the job.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>3. What is your greatest strength?</strong></p> <p>What They Want to Know: This is one of the questions that employers almost always ask to determine how well you are qualified for the position. When you are asked about your greatest strengths, it's important to discuss the attributes that qualify you for that specific job, and that will set you apart from other candidates.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>4. What is your greatest weakness?</strong></p> <p>What They Want to Know: Another typical question interviewers will ask is about your weaknesses. Do your best to frame your answers around positive aspects of your skills and abilities as an employee, turning seeming “weaknesses” into strengths. You can also share examples of skills you have improved, providing specific instances of how you have recognized a weakness and taken steps to correct it.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>5. Why do you want to leave (or have left) your current job?</strong></p> <p>What They Want to Know: The interviewer wants to know why you want to work for their company. When asked about why you are moving on from your current position, stick with the facts, be direct and focus your answer on the future, especially if your departure wasn't under the best circumstances.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>6. What are your salary expectations?</strong></p> <p>What They Want to Know: The hiring manager wants to know what you expect to earn. It seems like a simple question, but your answer can knock you out of competition for the job if you overprice yourself. If you underprice yourself, you may get shortchanged with a lower offer.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>7. Why do you want this job?</strong></p> <p>What They Want to Know: This question gives you an opportunity to show the interviewer what you know about the job and the company, so take time beforehand to thoroughly research the company, its products, services, culture and mission. Be specific about what makes you a good fit for this role, and mention aspects of the company and position that appeal to you most.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>8. How do you handle stress and pressure?</strong></p> <p>What They Want to Know: What do you do when things don’t go smoothly at work? How do you deal with difficult situations? The employer wants to know how you handle workplace stress. Avoid claiming that you never, or rarely, experience stress. Rather, formulate your answer in a way that acknowledges workplace stress and explains how you’ve overcome it, or even used it to your advantage.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>9. Describe a difficult work situation or project and how you overcame it.</strong></p> <p>What They Want to Know: The interviewer wants to know how you respond when faced with a difficult decision. As with the question about stress, be prepared to share an example of what you did in a tough situation. It’s important to share details to make the story believable and engaging.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>10. What are your goals for the future?</strong></p> <p>What They Want to Know: This question is designed to find out if you’re going to stick around or move on as soon as you find a better opportunity. Keep your answer focused on the job and the company, and reiterate to the interviewer that the position aligns with your long-term goals.</p>