Due to overwork and large applicant pools, recruiters often tell little white lies to job candidates. Here are seven most common lies interviewers tell job candidates in infographic.
(1) “We will call you and get back to you in sometime”.
For the job seekers this statement is like a red flag. According to the experience of most of the job candidates, “getting back to you”, most of the time means that somewhere the interviewer is not impressed and is considering you as an option in case they don’t find a best candidate. Keeping expectation from such interview might not be a good idea.
(2) “We are impressed but still need to interview more people”
If they are really so impressed, then why they are informing you that they need to interview more people? In a way they were hinting you that it may not just work out. When interviews say that it means that they find you a potential candidate but they are not entirely satisfied and are looking for a better candidate.
(3) “We will give you salary considering your work experience”
Undoubtedly experience counts but salary is not always based on that. Before recruiting, the company has a pre-decided salary package, in case interviewer cities your experience as reason for lower salary package, make sure you are well researched about the position and the salary package so that you are not fooled and can negotiate well.
(4) “You would find a great working atmosphere sans any politics”
You are definitely not a child to fall for this line. Where there is a competition there is bound to be politics. You can’t escape that. Every interviewer would like to portray the company in a better and a good way but you should be smart enough to figure out he truth.
(5) “We offer many benefits to our employees”
Don’t just take the words. It may be seem nice and reassuring but without the exact details you never know. Benefits are offered, but the details would do a lot better than the words. Ensure research and ask about it.
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April Fools’ Day is upon us, which means a prank could be lurking ’round every corner, chair or potentially Saran-wrapped door.
This year, stop thinking about blasting your mom’s car with Post-it notes and settle for a simpler prank. Check out these 7 easy gags you can pull together before the day’s end.
1. Mix Reese Pieces, Skittles and M&Ms into one big bowl
2. Swap Hand Sanitizer With Personal Lubricant
3. Cover Onion in Carmel
4. Tape an Air horn by the Door Handle
5. Leave a Gross (and fake) Surprise for Unsuspecting Bathroom Goers
6. Paint a Bar of Soap with Clear Nail Polish to Prevent it from Lathering
7. Stock Your Refrigerator with a Terrifying “Head” in a Jar
Co-Education means the teaching of both boys and girls in the same school and under the same roof. It also means imparting the same education to both the sexes without any distinction. This system of education aims at bringing boys and girls together. It allows free mixing of sexes without any inhibition.
In ancient India also, there was no segregation between boys and girls in the Aryan society. In the modern times, co-educational system is common in Europe and USA. In India also, now-a-days more and more co-educational schools and colleges are being established.
Merits of Co Educations:
- There are many advantages and hardly any disadvantages in the co-educational system of education.
- If boys and girls are taught together, there will not be any need for opening separate schools for boys and girls.
- Co-education is an economical system, because both boys and girls can study in same schools and they can be taught by the same staff.
- Boys and girls have to live together in the society in their later lives and if they are taught together from the very beginning, they can understand each other well.
- If they are taught together, it will create a sense of healthy competition among them. In this manner, they will work hard and pay serious attention to their studies.
- The boys will not indulge in eve-teasing and the girls will not be afraid of boys. Thus they will have a balanced development of their personality.
Demerits of Co Education:
Of course certain conservative people criticize the system of co-education. According to them, this system is against our tradition. They also fear that co-education will develop immoral relationships between boys and girls. They believe that in this system both the boys and girls will be spoilt. But these arguments do not hold much water.
Let us, therefore accept the changing order and open more and more co-educational institutions in future and say good bye to separate institutions.
Kindly play this video to know more about Co-education in India:
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