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Wipro 精神是 Wipro 的核心所在。它是我们信奉的价值观。它塑造员工的精神风貌。它是我们的人格所在。它是我们一贯的行为指南。这种精神深深植根于 Wipro 永恒的核心。它拥抱我们必达的使命。它是由四个密不可分的价值观组成。Wipro 精神是我们的一盏指明灯。它给我们指引方向，明确我们的使命。它激励着我们，是衡量我们所有工作的标准。
Wipro operates in over 50 countries, and the recruitment process differs from geography to geography depending on the laws of the land. However, we follow a generic process to invite applications.
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Tips For A Great Interview
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Employees are our greatest assets, and Wipro is committed to attracting, retaining, and developing the best possible workforce. No doubt you are adept at what you do. However, to land the position you truly deserve, it matters how well you prepare for your interview. So, follow our ‘6 Ps’ to get there. Remember, there is no substitute for experience, expertise, and knowledge.
Punctuality is the first perception the interviewer gets about you. Arrive 15 minutes before time. Review your resume and the company profile.
Presentation matters. Wear comfortable, smart formals. Come neatly groomed. Avoid strong deodorants. Get your body language right by sitting upright with a pleasant smile.
Preface is crucial. Be cordial, yet confident with a firm (not tight) handshake as you introduce yourself. State your name, maintaining eye contact with the interviewer.
Preparation is vital. Know the relevant information about Wipro and the role you are applying for. Stats and revenue figures will help. Be knowledgeable about competitors.
Proficiency comes with practice. Rehearse through mock interviews. Focus on strengths, not weaknesses. Remain truthful by not making things up. Highlight the creative approaches employed by you in tricky situations previously. Remain confident. Know your strengths and weaknesses.
Phraseology of the body (body language) is important. Let it convey attentiveness, enthusiasm, and confidence. Maintain eye contact and only break away periodically. Avoid movements that take the interviewer’s attention away, like moving your hands rapidly or leaning back lethargically.