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I’m guilty of being an internet junkie. I belong to a generation driven by information readily available on the world wide web and anything is easily accessible as long there’s a stable internet connection. I have read more articles, researches, and headlines online more than I have ever done on print media and if you are reading this blog, you have to agree with me that the internet is a big part of mankind today. We use it to get the latest news, exchange ideas, reconnect with people, find a job and the list goes on. But do you know how to be safe on the internet and use it with protection for your own identity and information?
For Jovany Perez Sanchez TeleTech means “a place for a professional development.” Before joining TeleTech, Jovany worked as a QA Analyst for more than 3 years. He felt like he had hit the top of his career growth within that organization. After having the same job for more than 3 years, it had become less challenging and impeded him from developing his skills and potential.
Since matriculating more than five years ago, I have experienced a lot of grueling interview procedures as part of the hiring process of companies. In order to secure a job, every job seeker has to go through the task of interviewing. Employers usually have standard questions that test the skill level of an applicant as well as questions which can determine if a job seeker is well-suited for the job. I have found that being prepared for some of the difficult, and often-asked questions makes the entire process a bit easier.
I'm always intrigued when I hear stories of individuals who have left TeleTech and then later returned. There are so many reasons why we may choose to leave a job. Our lives and circumstances change over time. What's interesting is why a person has chosen to come back. This speaks volumes about individual choices and that TeleTech has treated their former employees well.
I've been called by others an 'expert in'... online recruitment, digital advertising, social media... and more... but I do not believe that there is such a thing as a fully developed 'expert.' In today's ever-evolving digital world, there are only those that happen to have been exposed to more than others in that particular field. We build knowledge, wisdom, experience through life-long learning. I prefer to call myself a 'perpetual student.' As it implies, I believe I am only as good as my knowledge and skills are today. Things might change tomorrow... or maybe even better... things WILL change tomorrow. It's not that I feel that I have to keep up with the Joneses. Learning is just a way of life for me. I am inquisitive. I like learning new things. I like exploring new technologies. I believe that if you are the one to see a problem, rather than complain about it, you should be a part of the solution. I know that everyone and every experience I encounter has something to teach me.