BPO Interview Tips


Q. Are you a stability reject?

A. Candidates who bad mouth their past employers or past bosses get rejected in the interview as this shows poor team management skills.

If you mention anything about shifts or show preference about shifts you will surely get rejected in the interview. Always mention that you are ok with any shifts.

If you have left your previous company within 6 months there is a 99.9% chance that you will get rejected unless the company or the process in that company has shut down.

If the interviewer asks you to sign a bond then your answer has to be YES. Remember the interviewer is trying to check if you are going to work for long term and 99.9% of times there is no bond to be signed. Bond is anyways illegal in India and Philippines.

If your interviewer asks you whether you are willing to pursue further education then your answer should be NO. If you say YES it indicates that you will take leaves during exams or may quit for education.

If you are overqualified for the Job you will 100% get rejected. Eg are "MBA Degree while applying for CSE", "Current Designation is a manager while applying for the post of a Team Leader".

If you are a female candidate and just delivered a baby then there is a 100% chance that the interviewer might reject you as he thinks you would not be comfortable working in shifts.



Q. Are you a stability reject?

A. Candidates who bad mouth their past employers or past bosses get rejected in the interview as this shows poor team management skills.

If you mention anything about shifts or show preference about shifts, you will surely get rejected in the interview. Always mention that you are ok with any shifts.

If you have a gap in your CV for more then 6 months, you should have a strong reason to defend it. Eg: “Medical reasons with certificates”, “My dad was not well, so I had to step in to handle
the business and eventually close it” etc

If the interviewer asks you to sign a bond, then your answer has to be YES. Remember the interviewer is trying to check if you are going to work for long term, and 99.9% of times there is
no bond to be signed. Bond is anyways illegal in India and most of the countries

If your interviewer asks you whether you are willing to pursue further education, then your answer should be NO. If you say yes, it indicates that you will take leaves during exams or may quit for education.

If you are overqualified for the job, you will 100% get rejected. Eg: "MBA Degree while applying for CSE", "Current designation is a manager while applying for the post of a Team Leader".

If you are a female candidate and just delivered a baby, then there is a 100% chance that the interviewer might reject you as he thinks you would not be comfortable working under
deadlines which might compel you to work overtime. You have to give a very convincing reason that your in-laws and maids would take care of your baby while you are at office.