Insider Tip From a Recruiter:
“Did you know that situational and behavioral interview questions are more prominent to evaluate a candidate’s qualifications. A tip to always answer these questions accurately is be specific to situations that have happened to you so hiring managers can see how you would navigate a similar situation. Always use the S.T.A.R Method to accurately answer all behavioral questions. (Situation, Task, Action and Results).”
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“Professional services and call center roles. I specialize in all industries that have call centers and professional roles, mostly banking & financial services, automotive, healthcare, travel and transportation and telecommunication.
Within call center and professional roles you’ll develop valuable skills and experience that are transferable to whichever industry. Call center jobs use a set of skills which, to many people, come natural: for example, being a “people person,” solving problems and communicating well. We won’t hide the fact that call centers have a high rate of employee turnover. They are fast-paced environments, and new agents who find they aren’t cut out for the job usually do so very quickly. But people who do well in this type of environment can really thrive—and so can their careers.”