How to Improve Job Satisfaction?

June 3rd, 2014 by Rozee Team

Question from an Employer

With cut-throat competition these days, it is very hard to satisfy all employees. I often find a few of my employees facing issues of dissatisfaction and anxiety. This is immensely affecting their performance at work. I want to handle the situation and resolve this problem. Can you help me find ways to increase their job satisfaction?

Saniya Amjad (Madhouse Clothing)

Answer from ROZEE.PK

Dear Saniya Amjad,

Do you ever think how much easier your job would be if all of the employees were contented? If all the staff you network with loved their jobs, you’d probably love yours more as well. There are some workers that are determined to be dour at work, most employees would appreciate your efforts to make them happier on the job.

Job is a choice of everyone living and sustaining their family. As most of the people spend a major part of their adulthood at work, job satisfaction is an important element of individual well-being. It is a result of employee’s perception of how well their job provides those things that are viewed as important.

Here are a few simple ways to inspire employees and escalate employee satisfaction: Read More »

The Essence of Success Is Innovation. This Is The Ability to Find Faster, Better, Cheaper, Easier Ways to Produce and Deliver our Products and Services; mentions Mr. Farukh Zahoor, Founding Director, Wise Solutions

June 2nd, 2014 by Rozee Team

1. What makes your company an attractive employer for job seekers?

Farukh Zahoor: There can be multiple reasons, but I am highlighting some of them.

  • Market competitive salary offered
  • No bossy environment, just friendly
  • Good reputation in local and US market
  • We ensure challenging work environment as we provide equal opportunities to all workers to work on different technologies to enhance their skills
  • Provide professional training and development to employees who lack somewhere
  • We value our key resources
  • We offer creative and dynamic work environment

2. What is your policy on work-life balance and how do you achieve this balance yourself?

Farukh Zahoor: We are working on project management tools which help us to plan ourselves effectively and guides us to meet our goals with no losses.
The boundaries between work and home should be fairly clear & work-life balance shouldn’t be out of reach. This is the key to keep employees creative and productive.
Consider the consequences of poor work-life balance, there will be fatigue, lost time with friends and loved ones, if you regularly work extra hours, you might be given more responsibility which could lead to additional concerns and challenges. Possibly employees will start leaving that environment soon.

Consider the following ideas to find the work-life balance that’s best for you

Dealing With Difficult People At Work?

June 2nd, 2014 by Rozee Team

Dealing With Difficult People At WorkEver met someone who irritates you to an extent that you feel like you want to pull your hair, jump around? Don’t worry you’re not alone. There’s no way to escape difficult people you meet at work or in business. We all have had our fair share of difficult people over the years. It happens to everyone. There are people who want things their way or the high way, then there are people who don’t turn in their work on the due dates, then some who push back on work that they’re responsible for, people who don’t show up for meetings and so many more. You often have clients who are NEVER happy. So, dealing with all these kind of people can be a difficult task and the most challenging still is the fact that you cannot do anything or say anything to change them. All you can do is act professionally and deal with them in such a way that it doesn’t create any misunderstandings.
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Labour Job Fair 2014 – Tips

February 14th, 2014 by Rozee Team

Why Should I Attend?

Pakistan’s first ever Labour Job Fair is targeted towards daily wage workers like electricians, plumbers, welders, carpenters, masons, labourers and the like of Punjab. It is a great opportunity for them to meet employers of their choice and the opportunity to upgrade their skills by signing up for a VTI (Vocational Training Institute). Enhancing their profile by joining a VTI would increase their chances of meeting the standards of International Recruiters and hence hiring by international employers through OEPs.

 For the existing trainees from VTIs, it’s a great opportunity to meet the OEPs and present themselves as potential talent for overseas employment.

Meeting employers face-to-face does not only give build up confidence but also improves networking; Labor class might even get new ideas on how to take their career forward. Furthermore, employers may hold interviews on the spot. There has never been an event of this sort ever in Pakistan!

What Should I Bring with Me?

Be sure to bring lots of copies of your resumes/CVs, a pen, and a note-pad.  If you do not have your CV, you can write your basic information in the following format and bring in multiple copies:

Full Name:



Cell Number:


Area of Expertise:

Years of Experience:

Be sure to dress reasonably.  Not only will you be meeting representatives of the companies looking for employees, you will be able to network with hundreds of other attendees. Be prepared!

Do I Have to Register?

For Labor Job Fair, no registration is required. You can directly come to Lahore Expo Centre on Saturday, March 8th, 2014 – Exhibition Hall # 2.

How Should I Dress up?

First impressions count.  Dressing reasonable shows you are organized and serious about your job-hunting.  Remember, an employer can interview you on the spot.  Be ready!

Where is the Fair and How Long is it?

ROZEE Labour Job Fair 2014 will be held at the Lahore Expo Centre on Saturday March 8th, 2014 between 11:00 am and 8:00 pm.

Keep checking for updates on the job fair.

Punjab Job Fair 2014 – Tips

February 14th, 2014 by Rozee Team

Why Should I Attend?

A Rozee job fair offers you an on-the-spot exposure to the most professional and largest companies in Pakistan.  Not only can you meet the representatives of the top employers one-on-one, you can also network and get ideas on how to take your career forward. Furthermore, an employer may interview you on the spot. There is no event like this in Pakistan!

What Should I Bring with Me?

Be sure to bring lots of copies of your resumes/CVs, a pen and a note-pad.  Be sure to dress professionally.  Not only will you be meeting representatives of the companies looking for employees, you will be able to network with hundreds of professionals who are attending.  Be prepared!

Do I Have to Register?

Rozee’s last job fair had an attendance of twice the capacity.  Hence, it is recommended that you register now for the Priority Pass and secure your place on the floor of the expo center!

How Should I Dress up?

First impressions count.  Dressing professionally shows you are organized and serious about your job-hunting.  Remember, an employer can interview you on the spot.  Be ready!

Where is the Fair and How Long is it?

Punjab Job Fair 2014 will be held at the Lahore Expo Centre, Johar Town, on Sunday March 9th, 2014 between 11:00 am and 6:30 pm.

Keep checking for updates on the job fair.

Not Getting Interview Calls?

January 16th, 2014 by Rozee Team

Getting a rejection may not be as disastrous as you think. It Waiting-for-Call-Back-Interviewcould be very fruitful for the time to come. But, many times we don’t realize things that we can’t see.

Often a job seeker believes that he is the perfect candidate for a vacancy. However, he is hit with a shock when another applicant gets the job. It often happens. Even with the perfect education and experience and a perfect portfolio to brag the skills, things can go the unexpected way. It is definitely not the ideal case but this situation can prove to be prolific in future when you try for other jobs.

Read on to see why some potential job seekers miss on the opportunities and how the problems could be corrected.

A Cover Letter…Icing on the Cake

A well-shaped Cover Letter can make a difference. It could make you stand out in the crowd and make you the lucky one who gets selected. As it is rightly said that the first impression is the last impression, a cover letter is the first impression that is cast upon the employer as he starts reviewing your application. A cover letter is the company’s first exposure to you. It decides whether your application lands in the trash bucket or is shortlisted.

While writing a cover letter, don’t go the traditional orthodox way with “Dear Sir/Madam” followed by a generic script. The cover letter has to say something that makes you different from the rest of the applicants and it makes you a promising candidate. Don’t just copy and paste the conventional lines; be yourself and let yourself shine in the Cover Letter. Read More »

LUMS HR Confluence 2014

January 16th, 2014 by Rozee Team

While Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) is known to have been lumsfounded with the aim of inducing the spirit of innovation, creativity and leadership; these cornerstones of the University reflect most in its MBA program, the University’s flagship curriculum. Not only are the students exposed to these fundamentals within the classrooms but they are also made to practice them within the various societies that are organized and managed by students. Drawing inspiration from real life leaders operating within the Pakistani arena, individuals such as Mian Mansha and Asad Umar amongst others – all of whom are considered leaders in their respective domain, have been invited to preside over various events conducted at the University this past year.

Keeping up with the values held dear by the University, it is the LUMS HR Club which has this once decided to create waves with its Annual Confluence; the society’s main event. Each year renowned individuals belonging to the HR bandwagon of Pakistan convene at this forum established by this particular MBA society to deliberate upon the various issues cropping in the market for the benefit of potential and current professionals with interest in the field.

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I Have Been Ignored and Overlooked for a Position I Deserved, Why?

January 16th, 2014 by Rozee Team

Question from the Job Seeker

I have been working as a Junior Public Relations Manager in a private organization. It has been a couple of years now and I completely understand the nature of work and the problems that could arise. I have done reasonably well and am able to tackle issues that were sometimes faced by the seniors too. Now, the Senior Public Relations Manager is leaving the organization and although the position should have been filled internally, as I deem myself capable of doing the job and I deserve it as well, the company has hired another person for the position.

I feel completely ignored and unmotivated. Shall I leave the job and move on with some other opportunity?

Usman Tung

Answer from ROZEE.PK

Not getting what you think you deserved is an excruciating feeling. To make the decision whether you should leave the job or not, consider the following factors: Read More »

How To Answer The Toughest Interview Question?

December 5th, 2013 by Rozee Team

Question from the Job Seeker

The question about salary expectation is one of the most common questions asked during a job interview. Yet, it is one of the toughest questions that could be asked. Whenever, I am interviewing, this question always makes me nervous. No matter how hard I try to prepare beforehand, I am always afraid of this tricky question. What shall I have in mind while answering the question?

Umer Awais

Answer from ROZEE.PK

Dear Umer,

Your issue is quite common and people often face trouble while answering this question because the answer to this question could become the deciding factor that whether you are getting the job or not. But like all the problems in the world, this question could be tackled carefully if you remember the following points.

Research before going in

You need to be realistic while answering the question about financial compensation because asking for too high could make you lose the opportunity and asking for too low could make you lose financially. Do some homework about the salaries that are paid, of the position you are applying, in your area. Come up with a round figure. Consider the perks that the job promises and then come up with a reasonable demand.

The right words

After you have done the research and you are confident about the figure that you have in your mind, it is about making the right choice of words. Collect the points like your experience, qualification and the qualities that make you unique and a good fit for the job. Phrase your answer like this, Read More »

Why Crave for a Professional CV?

December 5th, 2013 by Rozee Team

Why a Professional CV?Crave-Professional-CV

A CV or a resume is your first impression on the employers and HR Managers. A well written CV would suggest that you are a refined, detail-oriented professional. Even if the CV seems to have been written by a professional and not the candidate himself, it would hardly harm your impression. In fact, it would add to your personality as it suggests that you believe in investing in your career and if you are ready to invest in your career, you are most likely ready to invest in your company as well. In the competitive job market today, job seekers, especially senior level executives, must not underestimate the importance of having a strong and professional Curriculum Vita.

Are Professional CV Writing Services an Option?

If your CV doesn’t appear to work the magic, there is nothing wrong with hiring a professional who could brush up your CV. The professional CV and Resume writers are proficient at making your abilities appear as gold on a piece of paper. They are skilled in making an impact with their writings and there is absolutely nothing wrong to avail their services.

Safer Way Out

A grammatical or typographical error is the last thing an employer wants to see on the CV of a potential employee. Many employers even discard the CV and eliminate the candidate as soon as they spot more than one such blunder. Isn’t it better to play safe and get your CV flawlessly written by a professional?

Who Can Write My CV?

An ideal professional CV writer would have his education in the field of English, Journalism and Human Resources. An experienced person would know what exactly the employers look for and he would have the ability to present your skills and experiences in the best and impressive way. Read More »