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Table of Contents
Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 3

Literature review ........................................................................................................................ 4

Transferable skills .................................................................................................................. 4

Commentators writing ............................................................................................................ 5

Believe of employers .............................................................................................................. 5

Finding and results ..................................................................................................................... 6

Complementary methods........................................................................................................ 7

Skills matrix ........................................................................................................................... 7

Examples ............................................................................................................................ 8

Discussion .................................................................................................................................. 9

Key skills .............................................................................................................................. 10

Specific skills ....................................................................................................................... 11

Particular skills ..................................................................................................................... 11

Skill one ................................................................................................................................... 12

Communication skill encompasses 12

Importance of communication skills .................................................................................... 12

Elements ............................................................................................................................... 13

Evidence ............................................................................................................................... 13

Skill two ................................................................................................................................... 14

Leadership encompasses ...................................................................................................... 14

Importance ............................................................................................................................ 14

Leadership elements ............................................................................................................. 15

Evidence ............................................................................................................................... 16

Conclusion ............................................................................................................................... 16

References ................................................................................................................................ 18
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Appendixes .............................................................................................................................. 20
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Introduction
A graduate person searches for employment and comes across the term known as
transferable skills. This is a set of specific skills and belongs to specific niche, job or industry
as a general skill and can be transferred among industries, departments, and jobs. According to
(Stephen & Steven, 2013) employer within the organization value this kind of skills as they
used in many ways in the workplace. These skills developed to progress by training,
employment, or education. Effective communication and leadership are the best illustrations
of transferable skills as they cast-off in employed role, vocational or education training. This
is significant as emphasizes your transferable skills by coming across the transferable skills.
These skills go for a long time to persuading a potential employee that fit for the organization.
A demonstrate skills set for the role-specific toward others. Following discussion covers the
literature review on the transferable skills that are must for the industries and jobs.

This paper describes the transferable skills like leadership, adaptability, teamwork,
organization, adaptability, communication, technology literacy, and dependability. This also
consists of commentators writing, and employers believe. Complementary methods with
examples of the skills matrix have been described within the discussion. Complementary
method used for the discussion of job ads. A further paper elaborate discussion of skills like
key skills, specific skills, and particular skills. Key skills include the skills that are important
for doing business. Specific skills required for the specific jobs that the employer find.
Particular skills are important as a changed job by job like IT industry hire people that have
skills of IT. Individual those have required skills can be applied. At the ends of the discussion
of the paper, it describes the communication and leadership skills with the importance,
elements, and evidence.
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Literature review
According to (Assiter, 2017) transferable skills are abilities that possessed and useful
for the workforce in many industries and jobs. These consists of skills like teamwork,
adaptability, organization, and qualities that employers look in strong candidates.

Transferable skills
(Jones, 2013) Referred that these can be cast-off to position experience by applying for
a new-fangled job in a different industry. Education jobs require individuals that communicate
well with the clients, members, and managers to bring a campaign from production idea.
Following are the examples of transferable skills that most commonly used to represent.

 Leadership

Skills of leadership comprise characters like strong communication, dependability, and


relationship building. Skills of leadership can be transfer to many industries as most employers
value persons that organized groups to reach joint goals.

 Adaptability

Skills of adaptability used to regular working to goals as projects, teams, products, and
management change. Managers hire a flexible candidate that learn quickly new processes,
skills, and ensure that work is done fast, effectively with a positive attitude.

 Teamwork

Skills of teamwork include the capability to effort with others to a common goal. Efficient
work of team need qualities like active listening, empathy, and strong communication. It is
important to deliver successful teamwork examples in an interview that support employers to
understand how you will perform using others in their business.

 Organization

A well-organized individual has a neat, strong structure in its tasks, workplace, and
relationships. Employees in an organized manner and meet deadlines with others promptly and
follow instructions very well.

 Technology literacy
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It is comfortable with the capability to navigate new techniques. Every position in each
industry requires technology use at a similar level. In an increasing workplace of technology
manager value candidate that learn new software and tool very fast to complete tasks.

 Communication

Communication at a strong level is the capability impart information towards others by writing,
speaking, or in alternative medium. Skills of communication help to know and identify the
queries and read the body language by talking to people in numerous contexts. In business
managers value strong speakers for the ability to effort with others and go ahead with projects.

 Dependability

This encompasses qualities that build a trusted employee. This consists of responsibility,
punctuality, and organization. Each employer’s looks towards that candidate that can be
reliable to achieve tasks sound and in a specific period. They trust on similar people to
effectively manage relationships, goals, and assignments.

Commentators writing
(Smith & Robert, 2014) Elaborated that it is important to include in transferable skills
on the cover letter in meetings. Looking at the job portrayal carefully helps to recognize
transferable skills that are the most relevant towards the position. There are many options to
decide and include key transferable skills. On resume, there are many options to be decided
and included in key transferable skills in the sections like resume summary/objective,
engagement history description, and skill list. Transferable skills on the cover letter include a
focus on transferable abilities that manager has comprised in the description of a job. The
applicant explains its teamwork and skills helped to drive the success of the organization.
Transferable skills while interviewing support candidate to answer queries. It is essential to
provide specific stories to use skills successfully. New opportunities for employment helps to
find present skills like interpersonal abilities that are convertible to new employers.

Believe of employers
(Blat & Sell, 2012) Referred that knowing the qualification helps to get a dream career
as an actuary is a half the battle. It is essential to know about the skills of graduate employers
that look beyond qualifications. Professional life with rewarding helps to present amazing
opportunities for growth. It helps to make the transition easier by entering into the workforce.
Performa of this job application has been described in Appendix 1.
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 Attitude with more wanting

It is a scientific truth that employer think after graduation employees built the attitude to make
their career by keep doing a great job and do their best until the last time of clock out.

 Respect with plan

After graduation employees care more about the respect towards employers and organization
by handling the career for the future. They have an effective plan to work with the organization
by bringing success closer towards long-term goals. The plan supports to ensure success and
bring employees to maintain flexibility with opportunities to build a career.

 Importance of relationships

By completing graduation employers believe that employees are enough capable to sustain and
build a professional relationship when required. A graduate person has more energy to put team
building activities with present and future employers with the ability to build strong networks.
The energy to build network put many opportunities to involve in the future of business.

 Strong work ethic with writing proficiency

Graduate people are committed towards responsibilities and understand to do the job with more
means to stand with something beyond the business and demonstrate a strong ethic of work.
Graduate people have the skill to cover the well-crafted orientation for business.

Finding and results


(Simatele, 2015) Described that there are a large number of research studies selected
and analyzed into TS by analysis and collection of job advertisements. There was a large
number of studies were reported in many journal articles that consist more detailed for
published articles. This studies founded based on enhancing original search string in title. A
main key element of a robust method of research is the selection and definition of a suitable
sample. There is more than one sampling criterion used in a specific source of that specialized
in a specific job type. The second type of collection of job advertisements are historical and
used to advertise present positions. This is based on the interpretation of the data presented in
studies.
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Complementary methods
(Adam, 2017) Elaborated that complementary methods are common standards that
draw multiple data source to provide surety about the credibility by triangulation. This includes
a different source of data with the ability to focus on the collection of job adverts as a prior
method of investigation. It reflects a search strategy by prioritized studies that explicitly used
job adverts like a source of data research. Secondary data are in the form of finished products
at treated statistically and consists of information and data by books, magazines, and journal.

Skills matrix
A skills matrix is useful to confirm the knowledge, skills, and interest of members of
the team (Calvo, 2011). This table presents the proficiency of people in specified skills and
knowledge with the interest in functioning on tasks using abilities and knowledge. It enables
people to assign the input of team member to handle business. Column at the left side of the
skills matrix identifies knowledge and skill parts and the top commotion lists people's names.
In the intersection of columns and raws, it identifies the level of every person specific interests,
skills, and knowledge.

Bill Mary Sue Ed


Proficiency Interest Proficiency Interest Proficiency Interest Proficiency Interest
Technical 0,0 0 0,0 0 3,2 1 0,0 1
writing
Legal 0,0 1 0,0 1 0,0 0 3,3 0
research
Graphic 3,3 1 0,0 0 0,0 1 3,3 1
design

Rating of proficiency is conveyed as X present a person's skill level or knowledge, Y


present responsibility level by applying the knowledge or skill.

Knowledge or skill level (X) Application of Knowledge/Skills (Y)

0= No capability

1 = Basic capability level 1 = Must work under the management

2 = Intermediate capability level of 2 = Can work individually with the title or no direct supervision
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3 = Advanced capability 3 = Can manage others applying the skill or knowledge

Interest level

0 = has no interest in applying the skill or knowledge

1 = is interested in applying the knowledge or skill

Examples
 Job ad that appeals developers

The job ad: Engineer at Amazing Platform Software

The company: Hire Vue

Why an organization like it:

This is started by the job ad heading - Engineer at Amazing Platform Software. Whatever
method to make an applicant feel special before anyone even read out the job ad!

The organization also love that work ad starts by Hire Vue's employee value proposal. They
open the work ad by declaring everything that offers to an applicant including amazing perk,
benefits, and salary. It uses its employee value proposal as a magnet to pull the attention of
candidates by following a strong pitch:

"If you are an amazing software that wants to make great money by working at an Amazing
organization then keep reading!" The best object is this ad of the job keeps getting better!

Organization loves its emphasis on diversity and people with the explanation of its process of
hiring. It is good to mention a cool photograph at the last of the ad.

Ideas to steal:

Treat candidates as they are amazing. (As they are!)

Lead by what you offer (Your employee value proposition), not what you required. (Job
requirements)

Elaborate the hiring steps with procedure.

Highlight how many of the steps of the hiring process.

Highpoint how much you prefer diversity and encourage a candidate to be themselves.

Contain a superb, photo of real-life current employees having fun in our business.
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Performa of this job application has been described in Appendix 1.

 Example # 2: Humorous job ad

Job ad: Bartender

The organization: Dallas Bar & Restaurant

Why we comparable it:

We love this ad of job as it perfectly marks its ideal candidates – proficient bartenders. This
uses expert insight and a witticism to attract its attention and create them laugh.

As an organization like how this ad of job offers interested applicants a few different choices
to apply – they can derive to a walk-in conversation, or apply by telephone or email.

Ideas to steal:

Don’t be scared to use funniness in your ad of job

Make it informal for applicants to apply.

Performa of this job application has been described in Appendix 2.

Discussion
According to (Smith & Speake, 2012) transferable skills are abilities and skills that
relevant and cooperative in different life areas like professionally, socially, and at graduate
school. They are known as portable skills. The individual thinks about transferable skills and
applies for a job by thinking about the career change. An individual has transferable skills and
these are developed in throughout life, university, social life, any experience in the workplace,
and school. Teamwork is expected at a work as a part of a team. It is important to demonstrate
the ability to effort with others as it supports to reassure staffs by fit in and deal a valuable
contribution. It is significant to think about the good work with others in informal or formal
teams to accomplish results. Examples of previous work experience of teamwork help to
overcome the issues and build success. There is a large number of people apply for the role that
requires the ability of leadership. It is necessary to have a skill that delegates effectively to
achieve goals and objectives. This is efficient to demonstrate to prospective managers that have
operative management of time and skills of personal organization.

There should be examples covered in the letter, resume CV in an interview that


demonstrates structured and arranged resources to accomplish objectives (Wibrow & Bridget,
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2011). There should be demonstrated effective prioritization of tasks that support to avoid
distractions and meet deadlines. This is useful to think about manage personal stress level and
meet deadlines or balance many tasks. Many of the employers complain about the inability of
employees to listen more effectively. Listening at effective level helps to lead the potentially
costly misunderstandings, mistakes, and mislaid opportunities. The element of skills required
to adapt writing skills more frequently including reports, releases of press, marketing materials,
emails or letter, marketing materials for web, shareholders, customers, and colleagues.
Communicated ideas and effective communication built experience. Numeracy is a part that is
regularly quoted by managers as lacking especially in graduates. It is important to work with
figures, by making calculations. The employee should have the capability to work with
statistics, make calculations, charts, graphs, and recognize significant numerical trends and
information.

(Sung, 2013) Elaborated that development at a personal level is a good-looking quality


of employers. By the support of demonstrating employee progress and learn and seen as excited
and like to take on fresh challenges. This is about evaluating, recognizing, and perform
according to strength and weakness. This seems counter native to mention fault to an employer
but talking almost the action to develop and learn skills that indicate good self-awareness. The
employee should have the skill to use web-based software, word processing, a spreadsheet on
a day to day basis. There are many skills looked by the employer within the employee. They
believe that the transferable skills of an employee are the ability to fill a description of a job.
Employers look towards employees who demonstrate dependability. This is at the top of the
list and demonstrates commitment at a high level. These are helpful to set and maintain clear
expectations. Employers employ people who are a good team player and achieve greatness by
own success by praising others. This kind of employees recognizes success better by teamwork.

Key skills
(Mastura, Ombra, & Osman, 2013) Referred that every employer within the
organization look for skilled employees to get success. Some of them are same and different.
Same skills are good communication, effective management and leadership, self-management,
teamwork, and interpersonal skills. Some of the employers look to employees that have
relevant experience of work. This is important that most of the employees look for assessing
candidates. One of the important capability is resilience that deals with setbacks of expected
changes and helpful to react positively and develop strategies to deal with them. For example,
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there is a requirement of employment that has the effective skill to manage its services within
the organization than employers hire people that have skills of IT professionals.

Specific skills
According to (Goswami & Bryant, 2016) there is a dynamic to apply for a position
within the organization. Organization data helps to identify skills that a candidate holds.
Following are the specific skills that are common or different or interesting.

 Performance management

This is defined as how an organization includes its employees to improve effectiveness by


achieving organization goals. The employee should have the ability to perform with
interpersonal abilities and strong communication.

 Collaboration and teamwork

Employees within the organization should focus to create the best workplace by collaborative
team members and oriented towards growth and change by working in an existing process.

Particular skills
Particular skills may vary by job to job (Fleckenstein & Seeleib, 2011). This is
imperative in applicants form and gain by core attributes and makes a worthwhile addition to
the organization. Following are the particular skills that needed for specific job positions.

 Managing ambiguity

Managing ambiguity is a very important skill that an employer looks in an employee. This is
specifically required in the fast-changing environment like the retail sector.

 IT skills

It organization likes to employ employee that prove IT skills to employers and will be helpful
for the organization. These are demonstrated by extracurricular activities or experience of work
and studies.

 Analytical skills

This kind of skills enables employees to work with many kinds of information, trends, patterns,
and meaningful conclusions. These are assessed by accounting organizations by using aptitude
or psychometric tests.
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Skill one
(Raven & Le, 2015) Described that there are many important skills needed in a
business. One of them is communication. Effective communication is the significant life skills.
This enables employees to pass information to others. This can be in the form of voice, non-
verbally, written, visually. This takes a lifetime to master and ensure to receive and transfer
information more effectively.

Communication skill encompasses


The skill of communication allows understanding ideas of others in conversations,
receiving, and giving crucial feedback and public speaking. These skills are the capabilities to
receive different types of information. Many examples include feelings, communicating new
ideas, and update on the project. This involves speaking, listening, empathizing, and observing.
This is useful to understand the differences in how to communicate by interactions, face-to-
face, digital communications like social media and email, and conversation on phone (Gundry,
Laurel, & Jill, 2014).

Importance of communication skills


According to (Salome, 2012) communication skills are vital to deliver and recognize
information quickly and accurately. Communicate effectively is a vital life skill. Following are
the significance of communication skills.

 Valued in the workplace

An employee for applying for jobs and promotion with present employer need to establish good
skills of communication. This skill is desirable to speak appropriately by a variability of people
by maintaining decent eye contact, tailor language, and varied vocabulary with the audience
by listening effectively and presentation of idea appropriately with concisely and clearly in a
group.

 Supports to career progression

This is important to request information, give instructions, discuss problems and interact with
clients and colleagues for effective communication. For achieve effective teamwork, co-
operation, good people relations skills are essential. In today's time, the workplace is charming
more global and there are many aspects considered to communicate effectively in a diverse
environment. Effective communication within the organization improves products and
processes.
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 Increase the professional image

Good communication of organization employee built an impression on family, friends,


employers, instructors, convey a positive image to represent a business in a written or spoken
form. Communication at effective level represents an organization in written and spoken form.
This is reflected in attention and professionalism to detail with positively on you and set up for
success.

Elements
Communication to other people is a fundamental part of organizations. (Alentini &
Emmanuel, 2012) Referred that this is an important task and the most rewarding. This increase
the importance of work of an employee. Following are the elements of effective
communication.

 Action

This is one of the important elements of effective communication. An organization expects a


good result after meetings and discussion of each day. It is important to recap the next steps
and everyone agrees and understand the result of the conversation. This helps to ensure that
everyone is on a similar page at the end of the exchange.

 Empathy

In the organizations, it is important to speak with others by listening and responding with
empathy. Talking about the conversation is extremely important for conversation. This is
important to understand that people feel that they were heard and understand what they said
and care about they expressed. One of the most important aspect to show empathy in a
conversation are listening carefully until the person is finished asking, speaking, clarifying
queries, and repeating what they said in words. This helps to understand the position and
provide the surety that all are on a similar page.

Evidence
It is important to include communication skills indirectly and it is done by
achievements. Described that (Alshare, Peggy, & Donald, 2011) this can be highlighted
through already appeared and participated in many presentations or many events. This is the
most important and significant way to present communication skills. It should be included in
the section of professional development. There should be something negotiated that present
good communication skills. This should be done to negotiate something successfully. Skills of
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communication for a job is important and need to be mentioned directly. Effective


communication should be presented indirectly by relevant achievements for the applied
position.

Skill two
Leadership is a procedure that an executive guide, direct, and influence the work and
behavior to accomplish specific objectives in a given situation (Balkrishna, 2014). This is the
capability to induce others to work by zeal. It is also known as the potential to influence others
behavior.

Leadership encompasses
(Scarinci & Philip, 2012) Elaborated that this is the ability of a group of individuals or
individual to lead, influence, or guide other people group or an organization. This entails a
clear vision, communication ability towards a vision to team members with the ability to
manage efficiently and effectively by inspiring subordinates to fill organization’s objectives
and balancing the conflict of interest of all stakeholders and subordinates. This encompasses
spheres of life; economic, management, political or family.

Importance
(Cegielski & Allison, 2016) Referred that leadership requires skills as it can be learned
and improve by coaching and mentoring more of a skill. Each organization is established for a
definite purpose and accomplish purpose by understanding the qualities and importance of a
good leader. Following are the importance of good leadership.

 Providing guidance

The guidance consists of instructing team members, training with the goal or vision of the
business and ensure no deviation from the goal or vision even by adopting corrective measures.
This also entails the leader ability to give counsel and allow members of the team to develop
and grow.

 Motivation

This is vital to the achievement of an organization. Leaders ensure that the energy of team
members is at a high level to perform the job at very best. A leader motivates members of the
team by building confidence, trust and take a positive approach towards the job and the
organization at large level. It is achieved by generating a hitch-free environment through
building trust between members of the team to increase togetherness among the team members
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with about the objectives of the organization rather than focusing on individual objective. Team
leader includes an incentive as a mode to motivate members of the team.

 Encouraging creativity

Leaders present their effectiveness by abandon ego and give room to subordinates to express
themselves to encourage new ideas, innovations that trigger an organization to follow in the
new millennium. Creativity lies in every man as a pole position to unleash the creativity that
every team member possess.

 Foster good values

Good values exhibition is the main key to the achievement of an organization. A good leader
endeavors to foster good values among members of the team through exemplifying it. A good
leader presents integrity, humility, and kindness that serve as a model for the members of the
team to imbibe like character by increasing the organization productivity.

Leadership elements
A good forerunner is pored over and inspected by business analysts, educational
institutions, new developments, law enforcement come in methodology and theory. One of the
most important things remains similar is understanding the catalyst of leadership work together.

 Transparency

A leader is apparent and faced less by oversee. Effective leaders usage transparency to support
those around them encirclement change that can be accomplished by a combination of well-
versed debate, communication, shared decision-making, accomplishment a consensus and by
social media. People within the organization should know about the leaders that have come to
a choice and affect them. The transparent leader gives credit to others for success and takes the
blame for botches.

 Creativeness

A leader takes many decisions to encounter the business and need more thoughts that simply
throw a preserved solution at it. Groups look to a forerunner towards innovative thinking. It
enables to tap in previous proficiencies and a wealth chest of a new idea will pay off for leader.
Style of leader needs to be tailored that suit to specific businesses situations and provide a path
of success.
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Evidence
Hard skill leadership can be presented in the portfolio of resume. Employers give equal
importance to soft skills that can contribute. Following are the ways to present the effectiveness
of leadership

 Be proactive

It is significant to mention positive activities that have been taken earlier as employers love it!
Even not have all the answer to answer the issue. A candidate should note that it is important
to present as opportunities to make an impact.

 Cultivate conversation

Good at small task present to have good conversation skills. It is essential to set and indicate
the skill of leadership abilities with the interactions of lead the group by discussion. There
should be group actions and results included valuing feels.

Conclusion
Transferable skills related to the role and used in many ranges of different industries.
Transferable skills like communication, team network, and communication used in the retail
sector. Transferable skills transferred to many leadership roles. Employees that possess the
ability to lead, motivate, and the leadership team will be highly desirable to any recruiter.
Transferable skills are useful for dealing with big organization or individual’s diverse range
from local community organizations by business decision-makers. Identified transferable skills
should be incorporated in a CV. A little experience of work helps to focus on desired skills
than experience would be more effective. Organizations use transferable skills in a specific
scenario. Transferable skills of individual help to focus on the qualities. This helps to design
the resume and catch the attention of the employer by reading further.

These should be described in a CV by providing specific examples of demonstrated


business awareness. This paper discusses the transferable skills based on literature review.
Discussion with methods and skill matrix examples by required skills. At the finish of the
discussion, it includes the most effective skills like communication and leadership with the
skills with the importance and elements. These are also known as portable skills and deliver
concrete evidence of readiness and position qualification. Transferable skills by
communicating team increase the success of the job and increase countless experience by a
range of necessary skills. Position in a job depends on the ability to present transferable skills
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and talents. Transferable skills are the foundation that generates additional skills by making a
career. Transferable skills offer more realized options for an individual that likes to build a
career with the organizations.
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Appendixes
Appendix 1

The people:
We have Mountain Bikers, Road Bikers, Boarders/Skiers (dawn patrol & resort), Runners,
Video Game heroes, Musicians, Movie Buffs, and every other variety of people. We have
family people, happy people. You will find a friend here and like we said bring your friends
too.
Our Hiring process
1. You find or get sent this job ad.
2. You read the ad.
3. It piques your interest and/or makes you want to disprove our claims.
4. You tell us you are interested (apply, email, shout, call).
5. We send you a link to use our awesome software and tell us more about yourself
(Includes coding).
6. You come to meet the team and verify all the truths (and more) written here.
7. You tell everyone how amazing your life has become.
8. Your friends come on over and you earn a sweet referral bonus – for each one!
Advice: Don't ignore this opportunity, Again, of course, you are happy. But should not you
always be happier? Come in and check it out. Worst-case scenario – you find out all the
things we say are true (which you will) and you are a perfect fit and then you don't take our
offer. Don't be scared of change. Don't worr6y about your current employer, sometimes you
have to move on and we encourage it too. We have amazing alumni at LinkedIn, Google,
Amazon and more. By the way – they still love HireVue!
One more thing:
Don't Dress Up! Don't update your resume! Don't study up on Algorithms and Brainteasers!
P.S. – Share this! Don’t be afraid or co-workers stealing this job. If you are amazing and
smart we will find a place for you. Like I said in the beginning, we are growing our the team
with many openings!
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Appendix 2

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WON MOH BEFAW
AH GO OME.”
IF YOU’RE AN EXPERIENCED BARTENDER
AND YOU CAN DECIPHER THIS BABBLE,
WE’D LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU.
Walk-in interviews from Monday 20th to Wednesday 22nd September from 2 pm till 5 pm at
Dallas Restaurant & Bar, 31 Boat Quay, Singapore, Singaporean and PR only. Applicants
may also apply by email at admin@dallas.sg or call 6532131.
(Those lacking a great sense of humor need not apply).
www.dallas.sg