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Question Group Random 5.477311588 10 General Questions Group (1) Tell me about you! General Questions Question (5) What do you find most attractive/least attractive about the job General Questions Keep your answer to one or two minutes; don't ramble. Use your CV summary as a starting point. offered? General Questions (2) What do you know about our company? Advice List three or more attractive factors and only one minor out as much as Do your homework before the interview! Spend some time researching the company. Findunattractive factor. you can General Questions General Questions (3) Why do you want to work for us? General Questions Don't talk about what you want; first, talk about their needs: You would like to be part of a specific company proje General Questions (4) What would you do for us? What can you do for us that someone else can't? experiences that show you've had success in solving previous employer problem(s) that may be simila Relate past General Questions General Questions (5) What do you find most attractive/least attractive about the job offered? General Questions List three or more attractive factors and only one minor unattractive factor. General Questions (6) Why should we hire you? General Questions Because of your knowledge, experience, abilities and skills. General Questions (7) What do you look for in a job? General Questions An opportunity to use your skills, to perform and be recognised. give me your definition of a Java Developer (8) Please General Questions General a definition Keep it brief -- give Questions related to actions and results. General Questions (9) How long would it take you to make a meaningful contribution to our company? all -- you expect only a brief period of adjustment. Not long at General Questions General Questions (10) How long would you stay with us? General Questions As long as we both feel I'm contributing, achieving, growing, etc. (1) You may be overqualified for the position we have to offer. Experience and Management Questions Strong companies need strong people. A growing, energetic company is rarely unable to use its people talents. Em Experience and Management Questions (2) What is your management style? Experience and Management Questions (If you've never thought about this, it's time you did.) "Open-door management" is best ... And you get the job do Experience and Management Questions What important trends do you see in our industry? Industry trend Questions Keep your answer to two or three trends. Industry trend Questions If you leaving a Job (1) Why areYou Are Leavingyour present job? answer based on Job Refine your If You Are Leaving ayour comfort level and honesty. Give a "group" answer if possible, e.g. our departme If You feel about Job (1) How do youAre Leaving a leaving all of your benefits? Concerned but not panicked.a Job If You Are Leaving If You Are Leaving a to (1) Describe what you feel Jobbe an ideal working environment. If people Leaving a Job One in which You Are are treated as fairly as possible. If You Are evaluate your present company? (1) How would youLeaving a Job An excellent company that afforded me many fine experiences. If You Are Leaving a Job (1) Have you helped increase sales? Profits? How? Quantifying Your Experience and Accomplishments some detail. Describe in Quantifying Your Experience and Accomplishments (2) Have you helped reduce costs? How? Quantifying Your Experience and Accomplishments some detail. Describe in Quantifying Your Experience and Accomplishments (3) How much money did you account for? Quantifying Your Experience and Accomplishments Be specific. Quantifying Your Experience and Accomplishments (4) How many people did you supervise on your last job? Quantifying Your Experience and Accomplishments Be specific. Quantifying Your Experience and Accomplishments like working with figures more than words? (5) Do youQuantifying Your Experience and Accomplishments Be honest but positive. Quantifying Your Experience and Accomplishments (6) In your current or last position, what features did you like the most? Least? Quantifying Your Experience and Accomplishments Be honest but positive. Quantifying Your Experience and Accomplishments (7) In your current or last position, what are or were your five most significant achievements? Quantifying Your Experience and Accomplishments key achievements already identified on your Refer to theQuantifying Your Experience and Accomplishments CV. (1) Why haven't you found a new position before now? Job Search Questions Job easy; Questions Finding a job is Search finding the right job is more difficult. (You are being "selective.") (2) Had you thought of leaving your present position before? If yes, what do you think held you there? Job Search Questions Challenge, but it's gone now. Job Search Questions (3) What do you think of your manager? Job Search Questions Be as positive as you can. Job Search Questions you describe a situation in which your work was criticised? (4) Would Job Search Questions Be as positive as you can. Job Search Questions (5) What other types of jobs or companies are you considering? Job Search Questions Keep your answer related to this company's field. Job Search Questions (1) If I spoke to your previous manager, what would s/he say are your greatest strengths and weakne Your work habits and style Your -- don't be overly Emphasise skills work habits and style negative about your weaknesses; it's always safer to identify a lack of a skill as Your work habits pressures, deadlines, etc.? (2) Can you work under and style Your work in business. Yes, it's a way of life habits and style (3) How have you changed the nature of your job? Your work habits and style ... of course. Improved it Your work habits and style (4) In your present position, what problems have you identified that had previously been overlooked? Your work habits and style Your don't boast. Keep it brief andwork habits and style (5) Don't you feel you might be better off in a different size company? Different type of company? Your work habits and style the job habits and style Depends onYour work-- elaborate slightly. (6) How do you resolve conflict on a project team? Your work habits and style Your the issues privately. First you discusswork habits and style (7) What was the most difficult decision you ever had to make? Your work habits and style Your work habits to style Try to relate your responseand the prospective employment situation. (1) How much are you looking for? Salary questions Answer with a question, i.e., "What is the salary range for similar jobs in your company?" If they don't answer, the Salary questions (2) What do you know about our company? Salary questions Do your homework before the interview! Spend some time online or at the library researching the company. Find o Salary questions (3) How much do you expect, if we offer this position to you? Salary questions Be careful; the market value of the job may be the key answer, e.g., "My understanding is that a job like the one Salary questions (4) What kind of salary are you worth? Salary questions Have a specific figure in mind ... don't be hesitant. Salary questions generally speak (1) Do youPersonality questions to people before they speak to you? the circumstances. Depends onPersonality questions (2) What was the last book you read? Movie you saw? Sporting event you attended? Personality questions Talk about books, sports or films to show that you have balance in your life. Personality questions (3) What is the toughest part of a job for you? Personality questions Be honest; remember, not everyone can do everything. Personality questions (4) Are you creative? Personality questions Yes. Give examples questions Personality Personality describe (5) How would you questions your own personality? Balanced. Personality questions (6) Are you a leader? Personality questions Yes. Give examples. questions Personality (7) What are your future goals? Personality questions Avoid, "I would like the job you advertised." Instead, give long-term goals. Personality questions (8) What are your strong points? Personality questions Give at least three and relate them to the company and job you are interviewing for. Personality questions (9) What are your weak points? Personality questions Don't say you have none. Try not to cite personal characteristics as weaknesses, but be ready to have one if the in Personality questions (1) If you could start your career again, what would you do differently? Your career goals Your happy today, so I don't want to change my past. Nothing ... I am career goals (2) What career options do you have at the moment? Your career goals areas of interest..." Relate those to the position and industry. "I see threeYour career goals Your you goals (3) How wouldcareer describe the essence of success? According to your definition of success, how succe Think carefully about your answer and relate it to your career accomplishments. Your career goals st attractive/least attractive about the job ors and only one minor unattractive factor.
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