Job Interview: Questions that you must ask your interviewer

Sep 13, 2017 15:01 IST

Job Interview: Questions that you must ask your interviewer
Job Interview: Questions that you must ask your interviewer

You begin replying to the interviewer as when he begins asking questions in job interview. To be sure, he asks all, he thinks, is necessary regarding your appointment on the position you have applied for. On your part, there are many things which you need to ask your interviewer.

To know what questions you must ask you interviewer in job interview, keep the reading continue as we have enlisted the most important question that you need to be answered.

Questions about Organisation

Now, the moment has come when you would get paid off for your excellent replies to the questions of the interviewer. But, before get into this, clear all your doubts about the organisation and ask your interviewer what is concerning you, formulating your questions like this.

What more can you tell me about the company besides the basic details I found on internet?

What are the current targets of the organisations?

What are the future goals of the organisation?

What projects need to be immediately completed?

What would be timeline to complete the assigned projects?

Personally, how do you see the organisation?

Questions about the team

Your team you work with can really make or break your work life. To ensure that your work life isn’t broken, ask some questions to unfold if the team is right for you.

What more you can tell me about the work culture of the organisation?

Which team I’ll be working with?

Whom will I report to?

What challenges and strengths are of the team?

Would you appoint more people in the team?

Questions related to work culture

Superiors, seniors, and management of the organisation develop a specific work culture with the due course of time and practice. It’s necessary for you ascertain whether you’re comfortable in that work or not, because your performance depends on what atmosphere you’re comfortable to work in. Ask question regarding this before occupying the post you’re selected for.

How do you see the work culture of the organisation?

Is the work collaborative or Independent in the organisation?

What last team event you attended together with other workers?

What office tradition do you like most?

What is different here than other organisations you catered your services? 

Questions regarding standard performance

You get rewarded when your work performance impresses your boss. So, be specific to what your employer looks for in your work, ask questions to your interviewer. 

What you look for in a perfect professional?

What would you expect a professional should complete in 30 or 60 days of working in the organisation? 

What do you expect from professional working on this position?

How do you review the performance of a professional and how many times in a year?

Questions about interviewer

It’s good to show your interest in the personal who is interviewing you. This builds a personal relation as well as the professional. Besides this, through this course of action, you become able to find whether your interviewer himself is satisfied with the organisation’s growth as well as the growth of the employees in the organisation.

How do you see your future in this organisation?

How much time you have catered your services in this organisation?

How many times your roles have been changed in this organisation?

Where were you employed before this organisation?

How do you see working here is different from other organisation? 

Questions about Human Resource policy

Apart from your work performance, what is most important for your own professional growth is the HR policy which not only regulates the salary hike but also the promotion of the employees in the organisation. So, it’s worthwhile to know the terms and conditions on which your own growth depends.

Is there any system to compensate employees for overtime work or good performance?

Is there any formula for it or it’s based on objectivity of the assigned task?

Does the organisation compensate the travel expense, medical expenses, and others?

What training and skill development facilities are provided for growth of the employees?

What the opportunities for the employees to advance their career in this organisation?

Conclusion

In a job interview, the interviewer ask all what is concerning to the job and responsibilities related to it. As an attentive candidate or professional, you need to ask all what concerns your own professional or career growth. Don’t evade this, frame, structure, and ask what is concerning your own growth, taking help of this article.

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