Your Future Job Impositions!

You should always be prepared for future job opportunities. Your attitude, your preparation always have good impositions on your future jobs. You must be realistic. Here we have compiled a checklist of best practices for professionals on the hunt.

Your Future Job Impositions!

You must know about your future employer: 

 Before the call, visit the company's digital channels and ask for specific models (home office, flextime agreements, etc.). Recruiters then have the opportunity to better introduce the company while answering your question.

Always ready with your Application Documents:

For a successful application process, the letter of motivation is just as important as the CV. With the letter of motivation, you present your personality, your experiences, and your ideas.

The company can then determine whether you, as a potential employee, fit into the company and its environment and culture with regard to your individual qualifications and personality.
There are also companies that greatly simplify application procedures and no longer require letters of motivation. Nevertheless, you should be familiar with the standards and adapt your documents to the specific requirements of the respective companies.

To write a high-quality letter of motivation, it requires thorough preparation. Find out about the company on the website and on social media channels. The following points can be very helpful
  1. Corporate/culture values ​​of a company
  2. Challenges in the work process
  3. Career opportunities in the company
  4. Contact persons in the HR department
  5. The economic success of the company

Stay personal while writing a letter:

Your motivation letter is your personal business card. So pay attention to a respectable language, good expression and correct spelling, standard phrases are best left out.

Likewise, we deliberately advise against repeat letters, in which only the contact person is changed. Try to present yourself in an advantageous but honest way, as well as explaining the background and motivation of your application.

The illustrated motivation letter should serve as a guide but still needs your personal touch to stand out. On the following pages the associated sample CV is shown for your orientation.

Make a difference with your personality

The top talents are well trained today and have all the technical prerequisites. It's all about arousing their interest and recognizing their soft skills so they can use them appropriately.

In contrast to the assessment center, where most of the work is focused on, applicants and companies can get to know each other better with the help of technical tools and modern formats. But social skills, teamwork, empathy - these are the prerequisites for a perfect match and that long-term cooperation can be successful.

Core competencies and soft skills with which you differ from others:

Interesting is what makes everyone with his / her personality and creativity in connection with this basic knowledge. Applicants have become more critical and are scrutinizing whether a company is right for them but during industry visits, companies, and applicants can meet each other in a more informal and playful atmosphere.

Do we need women in technology?

It is no secret that the proportion of women among students in technical education and technology is very low. For this reason, there are several projects that deal with the issue of persuading school girls to go into technology.

There are enough efforts to introduce role models to young women who are already studying technology, so as to encourage them and to give inspiration. Often the whole thing fails because of the essential questions. Why should a young woman decide to start technical studies and don't do a doctorate and go into research?

The focus in the presentation of technical disciplines should be on the needs of the students, their curiosity stoke and show that a technical study not only offers excellent career opportunities but is also exciting.

Some statements like women are important for a healthy work environment stereotype women as social beings, but they do not add value to female applicants. Because we do not need women in technology, so we have women in technology. Women need studies without hurdles and institutes without glass ceilings

Work-Life Balance: 

Only those who take care of themselves as a resource can also be a resource in their work so work-life balance is becoming increasingly important for both applicants and companies.

Behind this term stands the harmony of work and private life. The right relationship between work and leisure is not fixed on any particular number, but very individual and depends on the particular life situation and personal needs.

It is easy to understand that applicants are dealing with the question of work-life balance before deciding on an employer.  Asking this question in an interview is also a way to make the position, the company and the existing culture tangible.

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