Can I get an interview call by uploading CV on the website?

Updated on : January 20, 2022 by Asher Blanchard



Can I get an interview call by uploading CV on the website?

You may get a call for an interview if

  • You have an impressive resume that shows your skill set well.
  • The company is urgent to fill the position.

Upload the CV on your website and mail it to HR.

With each company the result is different. Sometimes CV can get lost in your existing CV stack / database.

Some companies are really wonderful and contact you immediately.

So do it!

Thank you for your request for an answer to your question.

In most circumstances, unsolicited resumes rarely get calls for interviews. Some jobs can generate thousands of rejections and you will not receive calls for interviews either.

The best chance to get a call is to network and somehow get a referral from an internal contact or employee, or apply for a one-time job that meets most of the requirements.

Yes, you can get an interview call by uploading your CV on any job portal. But it depends on the proforma of your CV. All the information provided by you is well organized and in a proper manner.

Because the first line of hiring depends on the selection of profiles made based on your CV. Therefore, it must be well written and attractive on the professional front.

There are four possible reasons:

  • You have bad luck. The process depends on the personal judgment of hundreds of sources, recruiters, hiring managers, etc. Some people are lucky, some are not and are rejected. It depends on who evaluates your CV, since each person is different. Solution: Please try again or see below.
  • Your application is still on the stack. Similar to being unlucky, somehow you haven't made it through the funnel yet. Solution: wait or see below.
  • Your CV is not well written enough. Maybe it has simple typos. Perhaps you have listed the programs you were enrolled in and the jobs you did instead of
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There are four possible reasons:

  • You have bad luck. The process depends on the personal judgment of hundreds of sources, recruiters, hiring managers, etc. Some people are lucky, some are not and are rejected. It depends on who evaluates your CV, since each person is different. Solution: Please try again or see below.
  • Your application is still on the stack. Similar to being unlucky, somehow you haven't made it through the funnel yet. Solution: wait or see below.
  • Your CV is not well written enough. Maybe it has simple typos. Perhaps you have listed the programs you were enrolled in and the jobs you did rather than the stellar achievements you have had in those jobs. Maybe your CV is too long (they are almost never too short). Solution: Rewrite your CV, with the help of a friend, and see below.
  • You don't have the proper credentials. Historically, and certainly for recent graduates, Google doesn't just look at grades, but also which school you graduated from. If you graduated from a school that is not on your list, it will be more difficult to get your attention. Solution: do something that gives you the correct credentials (oh, and see below).


The Google recruitment process is much easier to carry out if you have an internal referral. References not only tend to skip the queue, but if someone who already works there is strongly behind you, chances are they will get at least a phone screen, as long as your CV doesn't rule it out.

A no-achievement, no-branding resume (schools, employers, etc.) that Google recognizes as high-quality is likely to rule you out of the competition for a new graduate position. You're (probably) more likely to get an interview at Google after working at Microsoft than Epic, but it still depends on what you accomplish there.

But even if you check all the boxes, sometimes things work out better for some than others, and you can always be unlucky. It's best to make sure you have a good option B. Also, if you have an offer from two companies that you would consider, and not a Google interview yet, by the time you get an offer from Google (assuming all goes well), you could have been working. for one of these companies for at least a few months. Google is slow at best :-)

Go do some things, make sure you are the person they want, and get someone to recommend you.

A general rule of thumb is that you should never call the company you just interviewed; if they love you they will call you. Employers, like current employees, excel at their current job. To make you sound like a good candidate, employers like how employees are currently performing at their job; I know it sounds silly that if you are looking for work, you should remain persistent, but to be honest, if they want you they will hire you.

I repeat, if the company wants to invest in you, they will. You don't have to "surprise" them. Although it is important that you leave a good impression du

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A general rule of thumb is that you should never call the company you just interviewed; if they love you they will call you. Employers, like current employees, excel at their current job. To make you sound like a good candidate, employers like how employees are currently performing at their job; I know it sounds silly that if you are looking for work, you should remain persistent, but to be honest, if they want you they will hire you.

I repeat, if the company wants to invest in you, they will. You don't have to "surprise" them. Although it is important that you leave a good impression during the interview. This is very similar to attracting women and getting a girlfriend, you don't have to keep talking to her to get her number. In fact, if you talk to her for 10 minutes and say you have to go, it will be more interesting.

I will tell you how I got the attention of this Hispanic girl in my work. At first we met, but we only spoke for less than 10 seconds, because I told him I had important business to attend to. So I left quickly, now this makes him want to know me more as I have a "life" going on. In other words, I have priority, people want what they cannot get. So me, being busier, which I am because I have too much work to do, made her love me more.

So what is the lesson? Do not call, but do not hang up the number, act as if you are extremely busy. Remember, it is easy to get a job when you have a job. Right now, I am employed and receiving hundreds of emails and text messages to work for them. Again, if they love you, they will call you for sure. If they don't, it doesn't matter if you bother them, they won't call you.

I could write an entire book on dealing with recruiters and HR managers, but here's a little detail. I saw two job postings posted on Linkedin, one from a junior staff member for a local small business and one from the Head of Talent Acquisition for the entire APAC region for a global brand.

I emailed them and they both responded politely with a standard: "Visit our website and apply through our job portal."

After visiting dozens of websites and going through tedious job portals and registration processes in the weeks leading up to those emails, with no real result, I read both messages.

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I could write an entire book on dealing with recruiters and HR managers, but here's a little detail. I saw two job postings posted on Linkedin, one from a junior staff member for a local small business and one from the Head of Talent Acquisition for the entire APAC region for a global brand.

I emailed them and they both responded politely with a standard: "Visit our website and apply through our job portal."

After visiting dozens of websites and going through tedious job portals and registration processes in the weeks leading up to those emails, with no real result, I read both messages and said to myself "shit this."

Then I took a deep breath and wrote to both of them saying, "Thank you so much for your response! It's great that they have a job portal, but I think they are extremely impersonal and rarely lead anywhere. In my experience, most Los Better employees have always been hired as a result of meeting them in person. Instead of sending you my CV, can I ask if I can meet you in person, even if it's just for a 5 minute conversation? Interesting stories to tell you about * insert the company name here * and no amount of education / experience on a sheet of paper will be able to do that for you "

The junior staff member did not respond (and probably blocked me), but the senior responded by saying:

"You're absolutely right. I was quite surprised by your message, but in a good way. I'd love to meet you, are you free tomorrow?"

:)

Hello there,

Thanks for A2A!

So what do you think, why and how do people get calls for interviews and jobs?

Did any of your friends get a call for work or interviews?

Why am I getting so many messages on LinkedIn 1, Angel List 2, and CofoundersLab 3 for engineering and co-founder positions?

The answer is simple: you
must have a strong resume, a good network of contacts, and poor leadership / management quality.
You haven't mentioned anything about yourself so I just consider that you are a newbie and looking for a job.

So let's take a look at each one and dig deeper.

A strong resume: A strong
resume contains

  • At least one internship (I
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1 https://www.linkedin.com/in/vikeshtiwari2 Vikesh Tiwari 3 Vikesh Tiwari ...

Hello there,

Thanks for A2A!

So what do you think, why and how do people get calls for interviews and jobs?

Did any of your friends get a call for work or interviews?

Why am I getting so many messages on LinkedIn 1, Angel List 2, and CofoundersLab 3 for engineering and co-founder positions?

The answer is simple: you
must have a strong resume, a good network of contacts, and poor leadership / management quality.
You haven't mentioned anything about yourself so I just consider that you are a newbie and looking for a job.

So let's take a look at each one and dig deeper.

A strong resume: A strong
resume contains

  • At least one internship (totally fine, if you don't focus on the following points)
  • Knowledge of programming languages, frameworks, AWS, Docker, etc.
  • Few super amazing projects that help other people and involve the use of the latest technologies. - Python, Go, nodejs, API, AWS, shell scripts, etc.
  • Few contributions to good open source projects
  • Achievements in programming, hackathons, competitive programming, etc. (to show that you are good at algorithms and data structure)
  • Activities that show you have some leadership qualities.

Why is networking important?

Networking is extremely and very effective in getting a job or an internship. You don't know when or where you may need someone's help. A good network will give you references, recommendations, etc.

  • Connect with people on LinkedIn, Facebook, Quora, Angel List and ask them questions.
  • Read more about them first and then write a short message introducing yourself explaining how you can help or contribute to their projects / work etc.
  • Show them your skills and qualities.
  • People usually feel good when you have already researched about them and give them some suggestion, idea in their projects / works.
  • Don't start spamming, wait for a response at least 2 weeks before following up.
  • Attend meetings, hackathons, tech talks, and conferences near you.

One is always better than zero, so at least give it a try, there is nothing wrong with this.

Lastly, leadership will bring you much bigger opportunities than just 9 or 5 computer jobs. Working on personal development helps a lot in the long run.

I hope I have answered your question.

Thanks!

~
Founder of Vikesh | Eulercoder: latest articles on computing, internships, jobs and the web.
CTO | Speedbox
Previously worked at - Slack in San Francisco and Directi (2) in Mumbai.

Footnotes

1 https://www.linkedin.com/in/vikeshtiwari2 Vikesh Tiwari 3 Vikesh Tiwari ...

Short answer: NO

Detailed answer:

Not only for TCS, for no company there will not be a specific format for a resume, but the important aspects and qualities required according to the company profile should be mentioned.

Education - Most importantly on your resume, first check the eligibility criteria and confirm that you have met the limits. Please mention your percentage / cgpa, if there is any difference like 10% or more, please be prepared for an answer.

Your experience, if there is one.

Your projects. (Very important)

Your final academic project (it is your best opportunity to show your talent)

Your technical skills (do

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Short answer: NO

Detailed answer:

Not only for TCS, for no company there will not be a specific format for a resume, but the important aspects and qualities required according to the company profile should be mentioned.

Education - Most importantly on your resume, first check the eligibility criteria and confirm that you have met the limits. Please mention your percentage / cgpa, if there is any difference like 10% or more, please be prepared for an answer.

Your experience, if there is one.

Your projects. (Very important)

Your final academic project (it is your best opportunity to show your talent)

Your technical skills (don't brag, be honest)

Your achievements (inter-university or at any other level, can be academic, technical, research or other works)

Your hobbies (Be honest and smart). I saw many of my friends, they only mention book reading as a hobby, but if the interviewer / placement officer asks them what their favorite book is, they cannot answer.

Your any other cultural or important event.

Your strengths, very important, but make sure you can justify it, if you say that patience is your strength and you can't even wait to sit down before I ask you to sit down, you may have problems.

Your weakness, make sure that your weakness does not affect your chances or your job profile. Suppose you say you are an introvert and that the job you need requires extroverts, your chances will decrease rapidly, and you do not mention smoking or drinking as a weakness. they are habits that are best left unsaid.

Lastly, mention your long / short term goals, acknowledge that the details are true and firm, and submit the resume.

This is a simple format, but everything you mention must be known or at least you must make them believe that you know them.

I hope this helps.

Thanks.

All the best.

Incorporating someone into a company is a great investment. From the interview to health coverage, training, etc. It takes months for a person to catch up to the point where they have enough context and domain knowledge to be productive.

A CV that shows job changes every few months is likely to raise questions, which I say is not an obstacle in my experience. If the resume is strong, you will likely get a job interview, be prepared to answer why you change jobs so often.

My recommendation is to reflect and think, what would make you stay a few years in a company? Showing career progress

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Incorporating someone into a company is a great investment. From the interview to health coverage, training, etc. It takes months for a person to catch up to the point where they have enough context and domain knowledge to be productive.

A CV that shows job changes every few months is likely to raise questions, which I say is not an obstacle in my experience. If the resume is strong, you will likely get a job interview, be prepared to answer why you change jobs so often.

My recommendation is to reflect and think, what would make you stay a few years in a company? Showing career progression within a company is a very good piece of information on a CV.

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Basics basic basics. .... the foundation must be made very strong. If you don't know the basics of javascript, you won't be able to answer simple questions. If you are completely new to javascript, start with w3schools and familiarize yourself with Web 2.0 terminology, the CSS authoring framework like sass, for layout and closures, functions in javascript. More importantly, learn the basics of jquery, the reason we use javascript is for web performance. Jsfiddle, is one of the online tools to practice online and share your work. Learn more about mvvm frameworks like angularjs, extjs. Javascript libraries like moment js, loadash, etc. Learn about node.js, which is a minimal standard these days. Most importantly, you don't need to fully load all of this into your memory, like I said, learn the basics and get to know these technologies at least to talk. Most interviewers look for the basics and confidence in the developer and they know full well that time mixes in everything. First the basics, then some sample projects and you're good to go. It should take two days of effort and try to understand each step that you code, it is very important that you understand that as only then will you be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best It is very important to understand that, as only then, you will be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best It is very important to understand that, as only then, you will be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best learn the basics and get to know these technologies at least to talk. Most interviewers look for the basics and confidence in the developer and they know full well that time mixes in everything. First the basics, then some sample projects and you're good to go. It should take two days of effort and try to understand each step that you code, it is very important that you understand that as only then will you be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best It is very important to understand that, as only then, you will be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best It is very important to understand that, as only then, you will be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best learn the basics and get to know these technologies at least to talk. Most interviewers look for the basics and confidence in the developer and they know full well that time mixes in everything. First the basics, then some sample projects and you're good to go. It should take two days of effort and try to understand each step that you code, it is very important that you understand that as only then will you be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best It is very important to understand that, as only then, you will be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best It is very important to understand that, as only then, you will be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best First the basics, then some sample projects and you're good to go. It should take two days of effort and try to understand each step that you code, it is very important that you understand that as only then will you be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best It is very important to understand that, as only then, you will be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best It is very important to understand that, as only then, you will be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best First the basics, then some sample projects and you're good to go. It should take two days of effort and try to understand each step that you code, it is very important that you understand that as only then will you be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best It is very important to understand that, as only then, you will be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best It is very important to understand that, as only then, you will be able to explain to the interviewer. All the best You can explain to the interviewer. All the best You can explain to the interviewer. All the best

Generally, in the career section of a company website, you can find a section where you can upload your resume. In fact, I had done this earlier today when I applied for a certain position. So if this section is there, great! When you click on the link to add a resume, you will need to search your computer to find the resume file. Once you've found it, you'll hit an Accept or Submit button, possibly one that says Upload.

Some sites will let you know which resume formats are acceptable. Others will leave this information out. But if you have your resume in MS Word, RTF, PDF or

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Generally, in the career section of a company website, you can find a section where you can upload your resume. In fact, I had done this earlier today when I applied for a certain position. So if this section is there, great! When you click on the link to add a resume, you will need to search your computer to find the resume file. Once you've found it, you'll hit an Accept or Submit button, possibly one that says Upload.

Some sites will let you know which resume formats are acceptable. Others will leave this information out. But if you have your resume in MS Word document, RTF, PDF, or TXT format, you should be fine. These are the most common formats for submitting resumes.

At the end of the day, you have to be hopeful because you are clearly on the hunt. The prospective employer absorbed the cost for you to meet with the management team and they set an aggressive schedule for finalizing the hiring process. Of course, you can't count on the job offer coming your way, but you're clearly getting serious consideration. That said, it seems like you are facing competition and that another candidate may outperform you. So be hopeful, but temper your hope knowing that you can be defeated by work. Be comfortable that the job interview process is over and, judging by the

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At the end of the day, you have to be hopeful because you are clearly on the hunt. The prospective employer absorbed the cost for you to meet with the management team and they set an aggressive schedule for finalizing the hiring process. Of course, you can't count on the job offer coming your way, but you're clearly getting serious consideration. That said, it seems like you are facing competition and that another candidate may outperform you. So be hopeful, but temper your hope knowing that you can be defeated by work. Feel comfortable that the job interview process is over and, judging by the consideration you received, you did very well. Now you await the decision with a justifiable sense of optimism and confidence no matter what decision you end up being that you did the best you could. Good luck!

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