Believe it or not, an interview is not a one-way street, it’s a conversation. Interviewers not only expect answers to their questions, but they also expect questions from you. They want to get the impression that you have a genuine interest in the role you are applying for.
Here is a list of 10 questions to ask at the end of an interview.
1. What is the culture of the company like?
This question gives you a broad view of the corporate philosophy of a company and whether it prioritizes employee satisfaction.
Recruiters and hiring managers read through dozens of CV’s a day. So, if you are applying for your dream job you really need to make sure you stand out. One way to do this is to avoid cliché words and phrases at all costs!
You don’t want to come across as unimaginative and boring. OK, great, you’re proactive…but how? You have a limited amount of space to really show the recruiters and hiring manager why you should go through to the next round. Use it wisely and use descriptive words instead of generic words.
When writing up your CV or updating your LinkedIn account, you often focus on your technical skills to make sure people know you are the perfect fit for your dream job. However, often soft skills are overlooked and they are increasingly becoming more popular among HR professionals. Soft skills have proven to be the difference between an adequate candidate and an ideal candidate.