JOB INTERVIEW TIP 1:
- Do not do what the majority of interview candidates do, and say: “No thank you. I don’t have any questions. You answer everything during the interview!”
JOB INTERVIEW TIP 2:
- Remember, this is your opportunity to show the interviewer you care about their organization! Because if you care about their organization, as opposed to simply caring about yourself and what you will get from the job, you will SIGNIFICANTLY increase your chances of getting hired!
QUESTIONS TO ASK AT THE END OF A JOB INTERVIEW So, when the interviewer says to you, that’s the end of the interview, do you have any questions for us, ask these 3 questions:
(only case study examples)
QUESTION 1. How do you see the company evolving over the next five years? (This is a brilliant question to ask at the end of your job interview because it shows you are planning on staying working for them for many years into the future.)
QUESTION 2. What could I do in this role to help you achieve your vision? (This is a great question it shows you are not just interested in a paycheck! You genuinely want to help them be successful, and that’s 100% appealing to any Hiring Manager!)
QUESTION 3. What’s the culture like within the company? (This is a powerful question to ask because it shows the interviewer you are aware of how important a positive workplace culture is to the success of a company. It’s a clever question that demonstrates you are a forward-thinking employee!)
Richard McMunn will teach you how to respond to the interview question, DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS FOR US?
📣: Alicia Kelly! for her post: The interview went well until I asked this question "She asked the interviewer what is the work-life balance i.e., organization's culture like for the full-time employees?" #advice #wordsofadvice
case study: Are questions about the Organization's Culture the right question to ask? 🤔
- An organization's culture defines the proper way to behave within the organization. This culture consists of shared beliefs and values established by leaders and then communicated and reinforced through various methods, ultimately shaping employee perceptions, behaviors, and understanding. Background on: Understanding and Developing Organizational Culture - SHRM