To successfully pass the interview, the applicant must be prepared for a variety of, even strange questions from the potential employer.
Answers to some of them can and should be prepared in advance, while answering the same for other candidates should show their mastery of improvisation.
The most common questions in the interviewConcern the education and professional skills of the applicant, the reasons for dismissal from the previous place of work, the expected salary, the benefits for the company when accepting a candidate for work, life plans and goals for the coming years.
The answers to these questions should not be formal, try to prepare on them the capacious and brief answers, without superfluous words showing your strengths.
Think in advance of the answers to these questions:
- What can you tell us about yourself?
- What attracted you to this vacancy?
- What are you better than other candidates for this position?
- How do you see your life in a year?
Sometimes at an interview, recruiters are askedStrange, perhaps even funny questions. With their help, recruitment specialists determine the ability of logical thinking, attentiveness and imagination of the candidate.
What would you answer the question: How many door handles in the office of the company? Just turn on the logic! The correct answer is: twice as many as doors. Why do polar bears do not eat penguins? Some live in the Arctic, others live in the Antarctic.
But for some non-standard questions, there can not be one right answers.
- How to move the mountain?
- Imagine that you are a thousand times smaller in size, and you sucked vacuum cleaner. How will you get out of it?
- Assess your inadequacy on a ten-point scale.
With the help of your answers, the HR manager wants to evaluate the creativity and ability to be creative in solving problems, and sometimes stress resistance is tested in this way.
HR-managers know that often applicants,Wanting to get a place, come for an interview with pre-prepared "right" answers to typical questions. Therefore, experienced recruiters are asking the candidate not only to tell about themselves, but also to explain the motivation of people in general or any fictional character. This is called projective questions.
- What attracts people most in the work of a programmer?
- Because of what are the conflicts in the team?
- Why do some steal?
People, answering these questions, unconsciouslyTransfer to others their own experience and judgments about life. Thus, projective questions help the selection specialist evaluate the applicant's motivation, conflict, attitude and the ability to steal. Prepare for such issues is impossible, therefore, when responding to them, try to just be yourself.