Soft Skills or more commonly called Interpersonal skills, Non-Cognitive Skills, Core skills, or Essential skills explain how one should work within a diversified group in an organization. Interaction with your colleagues, problem-solving skills, work and time management, empathy, listening, leadership, digital literacy, professional attitude, and speaking are some of the important soft skills. There are cases where employees may be excellent with their technical or job-specific skills but may not be able to manage time or work within a team. Thus, it indirectly affects the growth of the employee in the firm. Therefore Recruiters or Hiring teams give prime importance to soft skills. The term skills usually highlight the ability or talent to control hard actions. Unlike Hard skills, Soft skills cannot be taught in a classroom. It is something that should be earned through various life experiences. By presenting different situations in the hiring process, recruiters assess one's soft skills.