I have been working at Everest Industries as an intern (Less than a year)
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Everest Industries (Calcutta (India)) in April 2008.
There were two rounds of interview. I had to wait very long in the reception before I was called in. The interview was easy. The company found me out from one of the reputed job consultants, called me up at their office for interview. Though the position for which I was interviewed was of "Assistant Manager" level, after the interview I was offered the position of "Senior Engineer - Technical". I was convinced that after successful completion of 6 months in this organization, I will be promoted. Till today that did not happen. Also the compensation was less to agree upon for me during interview, but again for this I was convinced "a hike would follow after 6 months...but that also did not happen. However, I consider my intentions to win over any dissatisfaction that may have generated out of my conduct in this company. To my feelings and beliefs, I have won.
Management here keeps too many facts under cover. Working people in the factory are dissatisfied with the imbalance in remuneration (according to the output they generate), among themselves performing under the same roof. Keeping out this imbalance , workmen are job-friendly. Unionism hinders smooth jobbing using foolish and noncommunicable reasoning. Absenteeism is fairly high.Skill gap not met. Skilled workers not hired also.
- What would you do if there is a difference in opinion between you and your boss regarding handling of a misconduct action of a workman 1 Answer
The negotiation was a deception finally. Verbal commitments never kept when time appeared.
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