As CAREEREALISM states, hiring team players who are self-motivated, sharp, flexible, accessible, and passionate is a top priority of many hiring managers. However, as a job seeker, it can be a bit confusing trying to figure out how to display all of these traits throughout the interview process. Being a good team player is something […]
Too many job seekers view interviews as one-sided – a time for them to be poked and prodded by potential employers. And yes, interviews put interviewees on the spot. But while interviews are designed to help employers learn about prospective employees, they’re also a great way for job seekers to learn more about a company.
Being a job seeker in today’s economy is tough work. Applying to job, after job, after job with limited to no replies can become quiet discouraging. Knowing that you are competing with a large pool of qualified candidates, it’s important that you are prepared when you finally receive the request for a phone interview.
Sure, you have loads of experience in sales. Of course you’ve closed many deals and maintained top rankings amongst your fellow sales reps. However, did you realize that sales managers are looking for skills beyond ratios, rankings, and achievements?
When going into an interview for a call center position, there are certain questions you should be prepared to answer. Expect questions surrounding your ability to work under stress while also juggling multiple things at once, your computer skills, and specific metrics regarding previous call center positions held.