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pranab’s Answer

Being in technical support industry, we encounter lot of times where we face people with varied language ,Culture ,technical know-how.
The real issue could be more with emotional connecting with the Customer who have a faulty machine and then giving a solution in time bound manner,
Real Dynamics of Job is the smile we bring on the face of customer when we resolve the issue or address his queries.

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Pranab Ghosh
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Blake’s Answer

The main problem that I deal with is understanding the difference between what I can vs. what I can't control. I like to succeed in all that I do, which includes meeting deadlines, having successful business metrics, etc. However, I tend to put pressure on myself about things that are out of my control at times. Always focus on the things that you can control and speak to that.
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Matthew’s Answer

In my line of work, I deal with a lot of communication issues. I work with so many different vendors that if I do not constantly check in and communicate with co-workers and staff, the job will not get done. Creating an interactive calendar and a reminder list has really kept me organized.
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Cristin’s Answer

In recruiting I deal with a lot of coaching of both college students and hiring managers. I work to show hiring managers the talent that entry-level hiring brings to the organization as well as educating students about careers in various fields or types of companies they may not have considered in the past. One problem I work through is how to balance conforming to a university's timeline for recruiting when it may not line up with the organization's recruiting timeline needs or our annual budget cycle. We have to do a lot of workforce planning looking back on past turnover trends to predict the needs of our future and adding the growth projections on top of that and how do we stack entry-level hiring with experienced level hiring. We need to have the right talent balance to aid in the growth of the company.
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