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    Time management

    If the interviewer asks in an interview about the personís opinion on working overtime how must one answer for this. Do we have to agree for working overtime or not? What is the satisfactory answer for this scenario?


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    Re: Time management

    Too much of anything is bad. On other words unnecessarily working overtime will reduce the productivity. But at the same time when the work really demands the situation you could say that you are open minded and would definitely put your work irrespective of time.


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    Re: Time management

    A good way of approaching such questions and also for practising in real situation.


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    Re: Time management

    Hi guys how are u al doing ?


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    Re: Time management

    It is very good question


    Tell the interviewer that it overtime can reduce the EFFICIENCY of the employees.But ensure him that when company wants it , u r always available for it!
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