saima shah wrote:hi,
i want to ask something related to jobs...my hsmp is approved and now my passport has been submitted for stamp i just want to know that when i,ll come to uk then wht you think is the most important courses or something most important to gety thew job there ...
i ve read ur forum in which u mentioned that how u knew about those fishing agents...
plz let me know that wht wud be the best to gewt the job or wht the hiring companies ask from you in the interview which is the most important to get the job..
nileshratan wrote:First of all, are you eligible to work. I mean you cannot if you are on Work Permit (issued by this Indian co.)
You will not be able to contract unless you get a Tier-1 or WP with an umbrella co. if the loophole is still open.
If they offer you permanent role then you can ask them to re-apply for your WP.
As far as interviewing in UK goes, the more you practise the better it is.
Hope this helps
nileshratan wrote:Go for the interview. You have nothing to lose
Ask them if they can make it permanent.
What kind of work does it involve. I ask this as I have seen contractors working for non-stop 8 years in contract in some companies.
Your contract may get extended.
I hope you are well. I have realised that itâ€™s a while since we have caught up and so I just wanted to touch base and see if you are still looking for a new opportunity. As the market seems to be picking up slightly (those green shoots we keep hearing about!) we are seeing a rise in the amount of --- roles arising across a number of sectors in the --- .
So, basically, I just wanted to establish if you are still looking for a new position and how the job search is going. Would you agree that it seems to be picking up slightly? How is your search going â€“ what companies have you already spoken with in your search? It also seems to be the case still that all the agencies are working on the same roles at the moment and so the team and I are spending a large amount of time calling candidates about roles that youâ€™ve already heard about/interviewed at. As this is considerably time consuming for both you and I, I just need you to jot down details of interviews that you have previously had. I am meeting with a number of clients on Thursday and Friday and I will be back in on Monday of next week. I should however still be able to reply via email.
I hope all is well and look forward to hearing from you.
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