6 Valuable Skills Employers Look For
More than qualifications and work experience, employers look for these 6 valuable skills in every candidate. If you’re on the hunt for a new job, it would be a good idea to hone these skills and boost your chances of getting selected.
1. Socially Oriented
Good communication skills are a great plus in any field. If you are willing to interact with people (co-workers, managers, clients) and are good at it, you will always have an edge over the other candidates.
2. Time Management Skills
If you are able to get the job done in time, consistently meet deadlines and effectively multi-task, you will be a highly favoured candidate for the job.
3. Leadership Qualities
Most companies prefer to hire a leader rather than a follower. A leader is goal-oriented, offers ideas, brainstorms, motivates others to work and gets the job done.
4. IT Skills
In this age of Information Technology, professional IT experience and skills are valued like no other, especially if the industry demands it. If you have the requisite IT skills, you can be assured that many companies will want you on board.
Companies always prefer to hire employees who are open to change and are adaptable. Being flexible about work timings, the number and type of projects, moving to different departments, etc. is always an advantage for employers.
An employee’s loyalty towards the company is highly valued. Such an employee can be trusted with company secrets, private documentations, and can be relied upon during tough times.
MeraJob helps companies and employers learn all about your valuable skills, which the regular CV often fails to capture. SmartProfile is a CV++ which highlights your skills and preferences and helps you get a job matching your requirements.
To create your SmartProfile ™ all you need to do is to ensure that you call MeraJob.in now. Dial 011-4201000 anytime from 8 am to 10 pm. 7 days a week! Our tele-recruiters are waiting for you.
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