Mr. Muhammad Shariq Saleem, Business Development Director, ROZEE.PK, Talks About Different Hiring Sectors And The Recruitment Trends At ROZEE.PK

January 12th, 2010 by ROZEE Team

In this weeks ROZEE show, we have Mr. Muhammad Shariq Saleem, Business Development Director, ROZEE.PK .

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The focus of the discussion was around how ROZEE.PK works and its support in finding the right job for job seekers. The discussion was also on how different employers and companies can use ROZEE.PK for their hiring and recruitment plans and what are the hiring sectors these days. Moreover, the guest also pointed out how an appropriate CV looks like, different interview questions and how to answer them and how ROZEE.PK hires its own employees.

The show was aired in collaboration with Apna Karachi FM 107 with RJ Mr. Sheryar Safdar.

Heading for an Interview? Is your “First impression, the LAST”?

January 7th, 2010 by ROZEE Team

A phrase that we have been using time and again. The fact is, it is a profound truth. And it gets at play the most when one heads for the ultimate nerve-juggling task. A Job Interview!

Your first interview for a job unarguably is that decisive moment which has the tendency to influence your entire life, be it personal or be it professional. Have you ever imagined that this moment, if it turns in your favor, will determine the type of outfits you will wear to work, the sort of friends you are going to keep, the kinds of associations you will have to build, the lifestyle you will be leading, to the extent of the rank of schools your children are going to attend? And this makes me wonder, how can we just get away by taking it for a joke? Read More »

Online Versus Offline – What To Choose For Your Online Resume?

January 7th, 2010 by ROZEE Team

Ever heard the term “Global Village”?  I did first in school, wrote lengthy essays on it. But the real understanding of this term came much later. What a miracle it was to be able to search your buddies from school days! And gradually Facebook became our fourth nostril.

Updating status on Facebook at least twice a day, commenting on friend’s recent photo of his trip to the mountains. How technology bridges the gap is phenomenal. That too, within seconds. Friends change their statuses and we bombard them with our comments, living the same moment with them. Neat! Isn’t that? Even get nosey by peeking into everyone’s profile just to know what they are up to. Scanning their albums and Read More »

Managing A Gap In Your Professional Career (Part 2)

January 5th, 2010 by ROZEE Team

As we all realize that regardless of the stability of the professional field in which a person is, and no matter how efficiently an employee performs, it is quite possible that anyone can face a layoff at any part of one’s career road. Other than a layoff, it is quite common for job seekers to leave the workforce because of a disability, illness, maternity, education, or even a challenging job search. Previously, we discussed several ways as to how to carry yourself through an employment gap in the most beneficial ways possible. Continuing to the subject, we will now discuss that, as a job seeker, how can you help employers feel confident about hiring you even after an employment gap. Read More »

Success Doesn’t Ask You To Become A Workaholic, Rather, It Demands You To Act At The Right Time And In The Right Way, Says Hamza Moeen Moghal, Senior Manager HR & Administration, Diamond Paints

January 5th, 2010 by ROZEE Team

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

Mr. Hamza Moeen Mughal: It is the trust and confidence that Diamond Paints gives to its present employees making them realize about their efforts and contribution towards the success of the company. These employees act as ambassadors of Diamond Paints. We are the largest selling national brand in our industry. We have people working with us from more than two decades. Longevity and attraction of service is rooted in customization of policies and procedures.

We don’t let go our employees easily. We have learned, over the course of time, to invest in our people and are dedicated to attract the best Read More »

How To Deal With Time Management Issues In Order To Sustain My Job?

January 5th, 2010 by ROZEE Team

Question From Job Seeker

I am a business development officer at a firm. My basic task is to carve out a specific niche of clients and convince them to take my firm’s services through a chain of presentations and meetings. I am hardworking, motivated and cooperative and have a natural flare for sales and marketing. That is why I have been performing very well in this position and have gathered a number of large clients for the firm.

However, there is one aspect of my professional attitude which disturbs me and my company alike. I lack in the time management of my tasks. My job involves serious deadlines from both the clients and from my managers. Due to my inability to manage time, I often find myself facing sheer embarrassment. It often happens that while being over-burdened with a delayed presentation, I work very speedily, and my phone keeps ringing with a client’s call, but I am unable to answer it. And, before I realize, the line drops and I miss the business.

The frustration I feel, when I cannot accomplish my tasks in a set amount of time, is overwhelming. I am much worried about it because poor time management skills can lead to the termination of my employment. Please help me out.

Nafas Gul

Answer From ROZEE

Dear Nafas,

Your problem is apparently a minor one; however, in reality it is a very important aspect of your professional performance. Achieving effective time management is something that almost everyone strives for, but it can be much harder than it sounds to be. The frustration caused by poor Read More »

Mr. Zahyd Shuja, Assistant Manager HR Operations, OBS Group Discusses Recruitment Processes In Pharmaceutical Industry And Experience With ROZEE.PK

January 4th, 2010 by ROZEE Team

In this week’s ROZEE radio show, we have Mr. Zahyd Shuja, Assistant Manager HR Operations from OBS Group, a Pharmaceutical Company, previously known as MSD (Merck Sharp & Dhome) joining us to discuss about the hiring process in his organization and how they are using ROZEE.PK to help them in their talent acquisition needs.

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The focus of the discussion was around the recruitment processes in Pharmaceutical industry and how to initiate effective job searching. The guest speaker also discussed CV designing, presentation of a candidate at interview and OBS Group’s successful hiring experience with ROZEE.PK

The show is aired in collaboration with Apna Karachi FM 107 with RJ Sheryar Safdar. Joining him are representatives from ROZEE.PK, Moiz Naqvi, Regional Head of Sales & Marketing South and Abbas Peti Wala, Key Account Manager

Managing A Gap In Your Professional Career

December 29th, 2009 by ROZEE Team

Editor's ChoiceNo matter how hardworking and responsible an employee you are, it is quite possible that you might find yourself out of job for a significant period of time at some point in your life, especially in the era of this global economic recession, which is wiping out jobs at an alarming pace, with tens of thousands of new layoffs by some of the biggest names in business. However, the trick is to keep this period from hurting your long-term professional career. A gap in job history is one of the things that causes the most stress and fear in the hearts and minds of the job seeker. This tactic is called managing the gap in your professional career in case of a layoff.

People are much concerned about getting back in the workforce after a gap in their employment. Especially when one considers the bad experiences some employers have had when they take a chance on people with a gap in their employment history. Additionally, the job market Read More »

Mr. Basim Shafique, Manager HR, SNS Technologies Remarks Confidence, Commitment And Temperament As The Basic Principles Of Success In Professional Life

December 29th, 2009 by ROZEE Team

Spot Light - Basim ShafiqueQ.1. What makes your company an attractive employer for the job seekers?

Mr. Basim Shafique: At SNS Technologies, we strongly believe that our employees are the back bone on our company. We follow a simple strategy that allows them to produce full productivity and look forward to the complex challenges they are assigned in a very casual atmosphere.

Q.2. Do you believe that Pakistani universities are creating an effective talent pool and what is your company’s strategy to attract the best talent in Pakistan?

Mr. Basim Shafique: Basically, we trust and rely on our partner ROZEE.PK in hiring new resources. We also believe that Pakistan has talent in abundance. However, the Pakistani universities must improve the standards of education being taught, especially in the public owned Read More »

How To Deal With Difficult Colleagues When My Appraisal Is At Stake?

December 29th, 2009 by ROZEE Team

Question From Job Seeker

I have been working with an organization for more than a year. I like almost everything about it, i.e. my job, my work and the workplace. However, there is one thing that bothers me the most. Some of my coworkers are very hard-headed and difficult to deal with. Basically, the kind of work I do, requires an enthusiastic team-work, like sharing of ideas and mutual creativity. Basically, I come up with the concepts and the said colleagues have to make graphic designs on it. The problem basically occurs when, after much hard work, I come up with a brilliant idea, and they produce relatively low quality graphics, resulting in absolute deterioration of my idea. Due to these few thorny colleagues of mine, I am unable to give a first-rate performance at the tasks assigned to me.

These things did not bother me much in the past. However, just recently, I got to know that every employee is to be given a pay appraisal in a couple of months, on the basis of his/her performance throughout the year. After learning this, I have become much worried about my performance which has been negatively affected due to the difficult attitude of my colleagues. I have only two months to rectify my image and enhance my performance in order to get the appraisal. I need your expert opinion as how can I deal with these colleagues who hinder my progress through their non-cooperative attitude.

Khizar Zafar

Answer From ROZEE

Dear Khizar,

Your concern is very common, yet very disturbing. When we are working in an organization, we are very much dependent on our colleagues to get our job done. Thus, being able to communicate and work with collaboration is essential for every employee. However, it is a fact that difficult Read More »