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sonal asked

Hi sonali, I have to ask something very imp and whch is related to your work field too. I ahve build a tech enabled media platform where we have aggregated all media options available in India so as to enable ease in media buying. After making the product and 8 months preparing supply side, buyer side is not so open to buying media online as they have tie ups as per communication through them. Please suggest, I m incurring cost and I am from law background, got into this and now thinking to stop in losses. Please guide, Please.
15 May 2017, 05:31pm
Hello Sonal. It sounds very worrying - you stand to make some losses and are in need of legal advice. You say you have a background in law. You must contact your former colleagues and tell them what's happening, and ask for their advice. I'm sorry I can't help as I don't know about the laws relating to media sales/supplies. Best of luck.
15 May 2017, 10:00pm View Less
Hello Sonal. It sounds very worrying - you stand to make some losses and are in need of legal advic

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Ajitha asked

Hi ,\\nI am Ajitha and am a Voice over professional. I have worked on projects ranging from e-learning,corporate presentations,commercials,narrations,story telling,documentaries,etc.I would be grateful if you could provide me with a few contacts for professional voice overs,where no middlemen or the so called co-ordinators are involved.
10 Apr 2017, 02:42pm
(Replied by SHEROES Coach via SHEROES Career Helpline) Hi Ajitha ,\n\nThank you for writing in ! \n\nOn Sheroes the job listings are provided on our job board - you can take a quick look at them by searching for "voice" on our home page. \n\nThese listings are more often than not posted directly by the company hiring for the position. \n\nWhile we cannot guarantee that the company will not use a consultancy to conduct their interviews, I would still encourage you to apply to the listings here as there is a strict policy in place that prevents anyone from taking advantage of people looking for jobs.
11 Apr 2017, 08:19pm View Less
(Replied by SHEROES Coach via SHEROES Career Helpline) Hi Ajitha ,\n\nThank you for writing in ! \n\nOn Sheroes the job listings are provided on our job bo

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Bharti asked

Hi Bee! How to get work from home certification????
09 Apr 2017, 03:55pm
Can you be more specific?
10 Apr 2017, 01:37pm View Less
Can you be more specific?

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Deepika asked

I am a certified Freelance Content Writer for 2 years now. I want to know how blog writers earn? I am facing drought in freelancing jobs offers for some time now, so want to set up my own firm or blog, so that I can earn and rely on it? Kindly advise me and guide me.
25 Feb 2017, 11:58am
Short answer: they don't. Paid writing jobs are increasingly rare. I'm sorry I can't give you good news on this topic - personally my concern about blogging is that they encourage the expectation of free content, which is a problem for all writers. However there are exceptions to the rule, and if you want further inspiration there are plenty of sites that offer advice on making money from blogging such as https://problogger.com/make-money-blogging/
25 Feb 2017, 12:04pm View Less
Short answer: they don't.
Paid writing jobs are increasingly rare. I'm sorry I can't give you good

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Nivedita asked

Hi Bee! I am a content writer with over 4 years of experience in Travel, Education and Digital marketing combined and am venturing out into Songwriting. I am currently confused with the way the interviews are going with employers looking at Songwriting (or any other activity other than the mentioned job) as someone who is not focussed. I do know that I can completely keep it off the resume but I want to be known for doing both. Any life hacks for this? I would appreciate any take you have on marketing my combined skills.
23 Feb 2017, 04:13pm
Hello Nivedtia I have to say - if I were an employer, your song-writing skills would certainly catch my attention. I think it's very cool. However it's always worthwhile adapting and tailoring your resume, depending on the job you're applying for. So it's a question of playing very close attention to every word of the job spec - and if it indicates a need for creative flair then by all means include your song-writing talents. But if not, then just leave it out and focus on your other skills. The more experience you gain, the more flexibility you have with how you present yourself and which features you chose to highlight in your resume! Good luck.
25 Feb 2017, 11:20am View Less
Hello Nivedtia
I have to say - if I were an employer, your song-writing skills would certainly catc

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Mahima asked

Hi Bee! I have a working experience of 05 years in different industries but my role was always related to HR. Now I want to try my hands on event management, really don't want to be aback office professional but also want to do the organizing part, kind of front runner to. I have only good interpersonal skills which might help me in this field but no professional qualifications. How to go about it? And are there any openings in pune?
21 Feb 2017, 02:15pm
Hello Mahima - it sounds as though you need to work up your CV. It's not enough to have good interpersonal skills- you will need to demonstrate them in action or show what you have achieved with them! With all your experience in different industries you probably have more transferable skills than you realise. Do you know anyone in events management? Try asking their advice. As for your Pune question I"m going to forward you to the Helpline as that's a specific area I don't deal with. Best of luck!
22 Feb 2017, 01:03pm View Less
Hello Mahima - it sounds as though you need to work up your CV. It's not enough to have good interpe

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Bharti asked

Good morning ms.bee, \nI\n want to do something like transcription or translation.\nOr any kind of data entry or creating database or editing or teaching. how can sheroes help? \nDo you refer candidates like us to any of the companies????
21 Feb 2017, 10:27am
(Replied by SHEROES Coach via SHEROES Career Helpline) Hi Bharti ,\n\nYou can directly apply to job listings on the Sheroes job board that you find most relevant to your portfolio. \n\nAlternatively, if you have registered for a work from home certification - Sheroes will prioritise your profile for review by potential employers looking to hire people in the capacity that your portfolio shows. \n\nHave you had a chance to go through the listings on our job board ?
04 Apr 2017, 08:23pm View Less
(Replied by SHEROES Coach via SHEROES Career Helpline) Hi Bharti ,\n\nYou can directly apply to job listings on the Sheroes job board that you find most re

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Bharti asked

Hello, i am English-Spanish bilingual how can sheroes help me??????????
21 Feb 2017, 01:02am
Hello Bharti. Well, that depends on you. What do you want to do? You haven't given me much to work with here! best wishes, Bee
21 Feb 2017, 06:36am View Less
Hello Bharti.
Well, that depends on you. What do you want to do?
You haven't given me much to wo

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RACHANA asked

Hi mam, Im certified Project management Professional (PMP) from PMI and mechanical design engineer over 9 years and above experience in different sectors. Currently i m on a break since from two years due to abroad transfers and family issues. But during break also I was regularly trying for the flexible jobs or part time jobs, but there is no luck. I have been attached with sheroes since a year and half but not getting any help. I have applied lots of jobs and with lots of job webs but cant get responses. Now im getting consultants call who are taking money for anykind of services .dont know how genuine are they? Well mam, if you can help me in getting jobs at Hyderabad location. especially flexible jobs /part time/ work from home . It will be greatful.
31 Aug 2016, 05:12pm
Hello Rachana It is not easy to come back from a career break. But it sounds like you need to take some advice on why your applications are not being successful. Can you network with any of your old colleagues or even people that you studied with who are now in the job market? Ask a former boss to read and comment on your CV? Also if you fail to get a job, you should ALWAYS ask for feedback about why. Try to learn from it. Be very polite as people are always busy. You could phrase it along the lines of "Dear Ms XXX, thank you very much for considering my application for XXX position. I was sad not to receive an offer but am working on improving my application style. I would be very grateful for any constructive comments that you may have, either on my CV or my interview, or on how you think I might better prepare for a similar job in case such an opportunity turns up in the future. Yours etc" Perhaps you could try applying for full time work too? Do NOT accept offers from "consultants" who want to take your money to find you a job unless they come from a known and respected source, ie: recommended by ex-colleagues. Good luck and very best wishes, Bee
02 Sep 2016, 12:26pm View Less
Hello Rachana

It is not easy to come back from a career break. But it sounds like you need to tak

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Monica asked

Hi Bee, I was at Delhi Summit, and really appreciated your clarity of thought. My company is not a great paymaster, if I ask for a raise nothing much happens, it is as if it does make a difference if I stay or leave. I like my job but dont like what I am paid.
12 Aug 2016, 03:32pm
Hello Monica. The Summit was great wasn't it! OK two things: first, you are lucky to enjoy your job. Don't forget how many people hate their jobs. To spend your working hours feeling happy - well you can't put a price on that! Second: we all need to make a living though. And I think maybe you need to get more crafty. I suggest you do an informal survey of your colleagues. Approach people doing work at roughly the same grade as you. Say to them that they don't need to reveal their salary, but please can they tell you whether it is higher or lower than X? (show them the figure of your salary.) You will be able to see from people's faces if they are surprised by your salary, and thus you will know if it is way out of line. I have a friend who was the only woman in a high-powered City environment and when she showed her (male) colleagues the figure of the bonus she'd been awarded, their faces said it all. She knew she had a case. If the colleagues working at your level earn pretty much the same as you, then there may not be a case for a pay review. But even so I would still ask! As for how to do this - here is the link to a useful article that i think has some good tips. Good luck! Bee http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-business/10767856/How-to-get-a-pay-rise-the-bosss-view.html
13 Aug 2016, 03:14pm View Less
Hello Monica. The Summit was great wasn't it!
OK two things: first, you are lucky to enjoy your jo

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Bhavya asked

Hello Mam, I am Bhavya Agrawal I am in a great dilemma right now, I have done B.Tech but for the job point of view i am interested in doing something creative and for searching such type i have wasted a year Can u please help me and suggest something what to do ?? Thanku
02 Aug 2016, 09:19pm
Hello Bhavya. Creative work can be extremely rewarding but isn't always the easiest to get into, or to make a living from! However I question your use of the word "waste" - if you have spent a year attempting to develop your creativity then that is never a waste. If you need to do it alongside other paid work, then that's normal but you can and should keep trying. Sometimes volunteering is a good entry point, so I strongly suggest you look at those kinds of opportunities in the creative area that interests you most. Very best wishes, Bee
03 Aug 2016, 08:04am View Less
Hello Bhavya.
Creative work can be extremely rewarding but isn't always the easiest to get into, o

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vidhya asked

Hi, starting my career in selling , moved to in advertising as a client service executive. rose to group account directo,r then went to heading marketing and marketing communications 6 years back in retail . Had to take a break due to health issues and parenting. Now am suddenly left as practically a single parent, and handling my parents who need support in their old age. I did a quick course on digital Marketing hoping i could work from home. Also attempted the ad word certification exam . But am stuck now. Need to work hands on with someone who can guide me. what should I do.... should i approach a digital marketing agency and join as a trainee or should i seek small assignments and learn my way through. I can work only for 3-4 hours in the morning. please guide
25 Jul 2016, 04:59pm
Dear Vidhya. Sometimes a letter contains its own answers.. You sound to me like a brilliantly organised and very efficient person who already has the necessary pluck and motivation to make things work out. I congratulate you for this! I appreciate that you're having to balance the needs of your kids, elderly parents and your own health, but somehow on top of all that you have already achieved a lot. Take a moment to feel amazed by yourself that you have managed so much, in challenging circumstances. As for the specifics, you present me with two options. I cannot say which is best for you but you should definitely investigate both choices fully. (I expect you already have, from the tone of your letter.) When you have looked at both, the one that you choose will be the one that ends up being the best. I have a very wise mother-in-law who once told me that if you are facing a dilemma and finding it hard to choose, then it means that either one will be a positive outcome because the difference is ultimately negligible. You won't always be torn between caring for older and younger generations, and so while it's hard to cling on to your career in the meantime, it's very important that you do so. This is the tough part. Hang in there! Very best wishes, Bee
03 Aug 2016, 08:13am View Less
Dear Vidhya. Sometimes a letter contains its own answers.. You sound to me like a brilliantly organi

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pooja asked

I am very much intrested working in this field. can u jus help me to join
23 Jul 2016, 02:26pm
Dear Pooja, please follow the website instructions, best wishes Bee
24 Jul 2016, 09:12am View Less
Dear Pooja, please follow the website instructions,
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Bee


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surbhita asked

Have worked for more than 10 yrs in media industry . now mother of 3 want to resume back to work . dont know what to do and how to start again. feeling loat totally . have worked as entertainment head for news channel . corporate communication and media relations head too . but rt now unable to breakthroygh any job opportunty . Feeling disheartened. Pls help regards surbhita gupta 9811755127
19 Jul 2016, 01:56pm
Surbhita I really feel for you. Please don't be disheartened - it sound as though you are doing all the right things and I'm sure you will get there in the end! Meanwhile here's a list of things you could try. 1) Make sure that your CV is up to date and also looks modern. Show it to senior professionals that you trust, and get feedback. 2) This may sound trivial, but get yourself a professional "look" to boost your confidence. Confidence is a massive part of getting back into a workplace after a break. As they say: "fake it until you make it!" 3) Make sure that your family is on-side with your plans and that they understand how important this is to you. 4) Make a 'hit-list' of ten acquaintances whose work you admire, and simply invite them for coffee. Ask them what opportunities are coming up and what advice they may have. Be direct! 5) Think carefully about all your old contacts and colleagues and what they're doing now - networking is absolutely critical and you should be tireless in your approach. 6) Is there anything else you've been working on alongside child-rearing? Like tutoring or supporting school or charity work? These things may not fit your work profile but they have transferable skills and you can describe them in such a way. 7) PRACTISE BOASTING. I'm not even kidding. Practise talking about yourself out loud, and do it until it sounds good and you feel comfortable doing it. Surbhita we've all had dips in our careers. You just have to keep powering forwards, no matter how tiring and even defeating it can be. Your kids will be proud of their mum. Don't give up! All my best wishes, Bee
20 Jul 2016, 10:44am View Less
Surbhita I really feel for you. Please don't be disheartened - it sound as though you are doing all

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Smriti asked

Hello Mam, hope you are doing good. my question is how can i start work from home & earn well.I am based at bhopal & here i am not getting good opportunity . Earlier i was in delhi & was really earning good, bt last year i got married & i have to come shift here. simply staying back home was reason for my depression. i want to work not only for money bt for my self. Can you tell me how sheroes can help me getting it.? I have applied but nothing as of now has worked. I have done Mba in marketing & my academic records are also good. i have 6 years experience i different industy Thanks & Regards Smriti Kumar
05 Jul 2016, 05:36am
Dear Smriti I'm very sorry you've been depressed. It is very hard to adjust to a career change, as you have had to do. Sheroes can help with recruitment but it sounds like you will also need to manage your new family arrangements. That is something that is hard and only you can do it. I hope that they will be supportive of you, and the fact that you want to work. Working is a big part of our identities so it's worth making the effort - keep trying, and keep on applying! Wishing you all the best of luck, Bee
07 Jul 2016, 01:40pm View Less
Dear Smriti
I'm very sorry you've been depressed. It is very hard to adjust to a career change, as

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Shruti asked

Hello mam as I saw that u r working in BBC , mam I m from tv industry as creative , as we don't have permanent job in our industry so looking some interesting and creative job suggest me mam
03 Jul 2016, 03:27pm
Dear Shruti I'm sorry but your question is too vague. Bee
03 Jul 2016, 04:59pm View Less
Dear Shruti
I'm sorry but your question is too vague.
Bee

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Shaily asked

Hey Bee. I am a PR professional.Worked for O&M till 2013. Now working part time frpm home for a small PR firm due to the responcibility of two small kids. I also have 7 years diploma in vocal music. Please advice if i can continue on the corporate path or can make a shift in my career now. Really confused. I enjoy PR but its stressful and time consuming. Family life goes on toss.
01 Jul 2016, 03:48am
Hello Shaily! Right now you are in the most difficult part of the family versus career balancing act. Trying to keep a career going alongside pre-school children is about as hard as it gets. But I would strongly urge you to stay in your job, even though it's tough, because you will reap the benefits later. Once the kids are at school and settled into their routines it will get easier. Trust me - it's easier to manoeuvre your way back into your chosen career if you have kept a foot in the door! It sounds like you are a busy and talented women - don't lose sight of this by getting overwhelmed with your family's demands. Remember who you are and what you enjoy. It will be worth it in the end! Very best wishes and good luck, Bee
01 Jul 2016, 12:43pm View Less
Hello Shaily!

Right now you are in the most difficult part of the family versus career balancing

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Mounika asked

Im done with my PGDm course in Marketing and operations .Im having my digital Marketing cetification also.Can you help me in to get nice job according to my area of Interest
09 Jun 2016, 04:38am
Dear Mounika - many congratulations on completing your course and your certification! Unfortunately my background is not in marketing and operations, so you should probably ask a different mentor for advice on this area. I wish you all the very best. Yours, Bee
16 Jun 2016, 06:10am View Less
Dear Mounika - many congratulations on completing your course and your certification! Unfortunately

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sonal asked

Hi sonali, I have to ask something very imp and whch is related to your work field too. I ahve build a tech enabled media platform where we have aggregated all media options available in India so as to enable ease in media buying. After making the product and 8 months preparing supply side, buyer side is not so open to buying media online as they have tie ups as per communication through them. Please suggest, I m incurring cost and I am from law background, got into this and now thinking to stop in losses. Please guide, Please.
15 May 2017, 05:31pm
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sonal asked

Hi sonali, I have to ask something very imp and whch is related to your work field too. I ahve build a tech enabled media platform where we have aggregated all media options available in India so as to enable ease in media buying. After making the product and 8 months preparing supply side, buyer side is not so open to buying media online as they have tie ups as per communication through them. Please suggest, I m incurring cost and I am from law background, got into this and now thinking to stop in losses. Please guide, Please.
15 May 2017, 05:31pm
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