Employability Skills Interview Preparation Guide
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Employ-ability Skills related Frequently Asked Questions in various Employ-ability Skills based job Interviews by interviewer. The set of questions here ensures that you offer a perfect answer posed to you. So get preparation for your new job hunting

37 Employability Skills Questions and Answers:

1 :: What does EES stand for?

EES stands for Essential Employ-ability Skills.
✰ Employ-ability skills are the "career capital" that people need to get a job and acquire job-specific skills while on the job.
✰ They are integrated and used in varying combinations across business, education, government and society and are transferable between contexts.
✰ Employers recognize that success comes when their employees have the right combination of generic employ-ability skills and technical skills, knowledge and expertise.
✰ Employ-ability skills development has always been an important implicit component of school, college and university education.
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2 :: What are the EES learning outcomes?

1) Communicate clearly, concisely and correctly in the written, spoken, and visual form that fulfills the purpose and meets the needs of the audience.
2) Respond to written, spoken, or visual messages in a manner that ensures effective communication.
3) Execute mathematical operations accurately.
4) Apply a systematic approach to solve problems.
5) Use a variety of thinking skills to anticipate and solve problems.
6) Locate, select, organize, and document information using appropriate technology and information systems.
7) Analyze, evaluate, and apply relevant information from a variety of sources.
8) Show respect for the diverse opinions, values, belief systems, and contributions of others.
9) Interact with others in groups or teams in ways that contribute to effective working relationships and the achievement of goals.
10) Manage the use of time and other resources to complete projects.
11) Take responsibility for one's own actions, decisions, and consequences.
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3 :: How you do the job?

Whether it's menial and tedious, or tough and high-paying, learn how to do the job, regardless of how difficult you think it might be. Promotions are most commonly based your ability to do your job, loyalty to the company, your aptitude, and your educational background. If you don't know how to do something, go find out; don't make excuses for why you didn't do it.
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4 :: How you cultivate good relationships?

Cultivate good relationships with the people in your organization;they are the experts in their departments. Treat all co-workers with courtesy, respect, and kindness because they hold more power than you realize, and your reputation with them matters. Do not hang out with other employees who mistreat, disrespect, or talk down to others.
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5 :: On what timing you should arrive on job?

Be on time. Always arrive early. Be at least 15 minutes early every day. That way, if you are running late, you will be on time. If you have to park far away, you will walk in and still not be late. If your client is early, you will be there to greet him or her, and not leave someone waiting for you - even if you arrive on time.
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6 :: How you get the opportunity to learn new skills?

When you get the opportunity to learn a new skill, receive training for a different activity, or take a study course paid for by your employer--do it! Cross-training, new skill sets, and further education show that you are intelligent and value life-long learning. If push comes to shove, and people are let go, you stand a better chance of being retained than those who can only do one thing.
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7 :: What to ask supervisor when you are on duty?

Ask your supervisor what the expectations for outcome are. This will immediately make you stand out from 95% of the other employees. Mean what you ask and follow through on your promises.
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8 :: Can anyone drag his feet in office?

We mean this in a literal way. Pick your feet up and walk proud, and get right to your work - don't procrastinate or let things drag up to the deadline, and then jump in to get it done in a fast flurry at the end. It makes your boss crazy. Gain a reputation for having your act together more so than the majority of people.
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9 :: Would you learn to take criticism gracefully?

It will provide you with valuable ideas about what people expect from you, any weak areas, and what you need to work on first. If a boss or coworker criticizes you in a way that hurts or angers you, wait until you cool/calm down and ask them if you can talk with them. Tell them how you felt, but tell them that you would like to fix the issue and want them to talk with you about what needs to be changed.
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10 :: How you work in office?

Be quiet and work. Quit gossiping and get to work. Your employer is not paying you to gossip. Of course, you want to establish a good rapport with your co-workers, and a little chatting is inevitable and desirable. But spending a half hour regaling your co-workers with your previous evening's adventures will not make your boss love you. When one of you is talking a lot, two of you are not working a lot. Note: if your boss walks by and two of you are talking, no big deal, but wrap up the conversation so that the boss won't see the same sight on her way back. The same goes for a group of you. If you are part of a group who is talking when the boss walks by, discreetly excuse yourself to return to your area after a few seconds. If your boss hears that you are gossiping behind their backs or planning a secret meeting to approach your boss is not the solution. This may just make you look like a instigator or conspirator.
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