Job Related Interview Questions

 
1.
Tell me about a time when you were given an assignment, but you were not clear of how to go about it. How did you tackle this situation?
2.
How do you handle projects with short deadlines that require precise calculations and analysis? What is your approach?
3.
Did you ever have to complete a project with a fixed pressurized deadline, where the final proposal had to be 100?
4.
Is detail important to you? Do you think details should be left to your assistant?
5.
Do you always double-check your work?
6.
Give me an example of an assignment that you found difficult to finish? How did you go about it?
7.
Explain us in what way your education background will help you and the organization?
8.
Tell us something about yourself (One of the most common question asked)?
9.
Why did you choose this specific course or stream of study when there are these many options available to you?
10.
What will be the future of this industry?
11.
Explain specifically why we need to hire you?
12.
Explain us about your previous project and its benefits?
13.
What was the reason you left your previous job?
14.
What is your goal and what do you like to achieve in the near future?
15.
What was your biggest job or project accomplishment?
16.
Can you go to tours often?
17.
Did you miss deadlines or target?
18.
This questionnaire is also important for the employee to answer
19.
Leaving a company has a strong answer and a reason
20.
What is the chief and primary reason which made you to take this decision?
21.
Is there anything we can do about it? Will you change plans?
22.
What aspect of the job you liked most?
23.
Suggest some changes which can improve the workplace?
24.
Explain about the least satisfying aspect of the job?
25.
How can the management help you in solving that particular problem?
26.
Did you receive enough training which can be translated into quality work?
27.
Would you recommend this company to your friends and family members in future?
28.
Before leaving this company are you interested to work with other departments within the company?
29.
Exit interviews should be carefully approached because every answer you give will be on the record.
30.
You have all the rights to decline an exit interview which many of the reputed companies do respect it.
31.
Some of the point you need to keep in mind before an exit interview are as follows they are: -
32.
Some of the questions are: -
33.
In which areas of your job do you feel capable and in which areas to you feel more comfortable utilizing other people�s experience?
34.
In what specific areas do you need to expand your knowledge to become more proficient at this job?
35.
In which areas do you consider yourself to be a specialist, and how do you envisage being able to utilize your expertise within our organization?
36.
When did you last volunteer to take a work project simply because it allowed you to expand your personal knowledge of the internal structure within your company?
37.
Describe a recent occasion when you used your knowledge of the internal structure, within your company, to answer complex questions about the organization?
38.
Can you suggest methods to utilize your knowledge of the companys structure to improve relationships with our customers and clients?
39.
Tell me about some suggestions you have made?
40.
Everyone has strengths and weaknesses as workers. What are your strong points for this job?
41.
Explain What has disappointed you about a job?
42.
Tell me about your ability to work under a huge pressure?
43.
Explain What would you say are areas needing improvement?
44.
What kind of people do you find it most difficult to work with? Why?
45.
Explain What is the 1st strengtheners and 1st weakness related to job?
46.
How to prepare for a BPO jobs?
47.
What type of questions HR person can ask in the interview?
48.
After whole interview he said that come tomorrow. I want to know why he said like that?
49.
Explain If the project already started and u hired in the middle of the project? what will u do?
50.
Explain What is the difference between you and the person at the post?
51.
Can we check your references?
52.
Have any of your employers ever refused to give you a reference? If so, please explain?
53.
What references will your current employer give you?
54.
How would you resign from a company if you had decided upon that option?
55.
Explain Have you ever been fired?
56.
Explain Have you ever been asked to resign?
57.
How much money do you want?
58.
What kind of salary would you require to accept this job?
59.
What kind of salary do you think you are having worth?
60.
What kind of salary do you believe you will be earning in coming five years?
61.
Salary you expect?
62.
How much confident are you to earn what you have demanded?
63.
How much you want as salary starting?
64.
Irrespective of your technical performance
65.
First impression always counts and in an interview there is no greater thing than a good resume.
66.
There are various ways to attend an interview some of the ways are
67.
When you are going to attend an interview it is imperative that you dress very appropriately.
68.
Some of the suggestions are Suit preferably navy or dark grey.
69.
All the documents which you carry should be enclosed in an order.
70.
If a woman is attending an interview she can wear a Suit preferably of black, dark grey and navy color.
71.
You will be talking to the interviewer for quite sometime which makes it very necessary
72.
Some of them have a bad habit of not switching their cell phones during meetings
73.
If the interview is a technical one obviously you will have two recruiters one examines
74.
If you are poor in your communication skills there are many chances of you being rejected for a job in todays business scenario.
75.
When it comes to salary have a predetermined pay package in your mind.
76.
Explain about yourself to the interviewer that you are the right person for the interview.
77.
Body language speaks a lot about you and your personality.
78.
Exhibit some managerial qualities.
79.
At times interview will be scheduled for a longer duration
80.
A smile does not cost you a penny.
81.
Tell me about yourself in details?
82.
What do you know about us?
83.
Why do you want to work for our organization?
84.
What can you do for our organization that someone else ca not?
85.
What do you find most attractive about this job? What seems least attractive about it?
86.
Why should we hire you for this job?
87.
What do you look for in any job?
88.
Please give me your defintion of the position for which you are being interviewed?
89.
How long would it take you to make a meaningful contribution to our company?
90.
How long would you stay with our company?
91.
Your resume suggests that you may be over-qualified or too experienced for this job. What is Your opinion?
92.
What is your job management style?
93.
Are you a good manager? Can you give me some examples of your work? Do you feel that you have top managerial potential?
94.
What do you look for when You hire people for job?
95.
Have you ever had to fire people? What were the reasons, and how did you handle the situations?
96.
What do you think is the most difficult thing about being a manager or an executive?
97.
What important trends do you see in our industry career?
98.
Why are you leaving your present (last) job?
99.
What do you feel about leaving all your benefits to find a new job?
100.
In your current position, what features do (did) you like the most? The least?
101.
What do you think about your boss?
102.
Why are you not earning more at your age?
103.
What are your long range goals?
104.
How successful do you have been so far?
105.
What is the philosophy towards your work?
106.
How much supervision have you typically received in your previous job?
107.
Tell me about the problem you had with a supervisor?
108.
What have you learned from mistakes on previous job?
109.
Tell me about a time when you helped resolve a dispute between other?
110.
Have you ever had to fire anyone? Then how did you feel about that?
111.
What is important to you in a company? What things do you look for in an organization?
112.
I have changed 4 jobs in 5years, whenever i am facing interview they are asking me why you changed so many companies?
113.
Why are you leaving your present job? (or, Why did you leave your Job)?
114.
What irritates you about co workers?
115.
What has been your the biggest professional disappointment?
116.
Have you ever been asked to leave your position?
117.
Can you describe for me one or two of your most important accomplishment?
118.
What would your previous manager say your strongest point is?
119.
Why do you want to leave your present job?
120.
What prompted you to take your present job?
121.
Do you like your present job?
122.
Can you describe a typical day in your present job?
123.
Tell me about a time when you were given an assignment, but you were not clear of how to go about it. How did you tackle this situation?
124.
How do you handle projects with short deadlines that require precise calculations and analysis? What is your approach?
125.
Did you ever have to complete a project with a fixed pressurized deadline, where the final proposal had to be 100?
126.
Is detail important to you? Do you think details should be left to your assistant?
127.
Do you always double-check your work?
128.
Give me an example of an assignment that you found difficult to finish? How did you go about it?
129.
Explain us in what way your education background will help you and the organization?
130.
Tell us something about yourself (One of the most common question asked)?
131.
Why did you choose this specific course or stream of study when there are these many options available to you?
132.
What will be the future of this industry?
133.
Explain specifically why we need to hire you?
134.
Explain us about your previous project and its benefits?
135.
What was the reason you left your previous job?
136.
What is your goal and what do you like to achieve in the near future?
137.
What was your biggest job or project accomplishment?
138.
Can you go to tours often?
139.
Did you miss deadlines or target?
140.
This questionnaire is also important for the employee to answer
141.
Leaving a company has a strong answer and a reason
142.
What is the chief and primary reason which made you to take this decision?
143.
Is there anything we can do about it? Will you change plans?
144.
What aspect of the job you liked most?
145.
Suggest some changes which can improve the workplace?
146.
Explain about the least satisfying aspect of the job?
147.
How can the management help you in solving that particular problem?
148.
Did you receive enough training which can be translated into quality work?
149.
Would you recommend this company to your friends and family members in future?
150.
Before leaving this company are you interested to work with other departments within the company?
151.
Exit interviews should be carefully approached because every answer you give will be on the record.
152.
You have all the rights to decline an exit interview which many of the reputed companies do respect it.
153.
Some of the point you need to keep in mind before an exit interview are as follows they are: -
154.
Some of the questions are: -
155.
In which areas of your job do you feel capable and in which areas to you feel more comfortable utilizing other people�s experience?
156.
In what specific areas do you need to expand your knowledge to become more proficient at this job?
157.
In which areas do you consider yourself to be a specialist, and how do you envisage being able to utilize your expertise within our organization?
158.
When did you last volunteer to take a work project simply because it allowed you to expand your personal knowledge of the internal structure within your company?
159.
Describe a recent occasion when you used your knowledge of the internal structure, within your company, to answer complex questions about the organization?
160.
Can you suggest methods to utilize your knowledge of the companys structure to improve relationships with our customers and clients?
161.
Tell me about some suggestions you have made?
162.
Everyone has strengths and weaknesses as workers. What are your strong points for this job?
163.
Explain What has disappointed you about a job?
164.
Tell me about your ability to work under a huge pressure?
165.
Explain What would you say are areas needing improvement?
166.
What kind of people do you find it most difficult to work with? Why?
167.
Explain What is the 1st strengtheners and 1st weakness related to job?
168.
How to prepare for a BPO jobs?
169.
What type of questions HR person can ask in the interview?
170.
After whole interview he said that come tomorrow. I want to know why he said like that?
171.
Explain If the project already started and u hired in the middle of the project? what will u do?
172.
Explain What is the difference between you and the person at the post?
173.
Can we check your references?
174.
Have any of your employers ever refused to give you a reference? If so, please explain?
175.
What references will your current employer give you?
176.
How would you resign from a company if you had decided upon that option?
177.
Explain Have you ever been fired?
178.
Explain Have you ever been asked to resign?
179.
How much money do you want?
180.
What kind of salary would you require to accept this job?
181.
What kind of salary do you think you are having worth?
182.
What kind of salary do you believe you will be earning in coming five years?
183.
Salary you expect?
184.
How much confident are you to earn what you have demanded?
185.
How much you want as salary starting?
186.
Irrespective of your technical performance
187.
First impression always counts and in an interview there is no greater thing than a good resume.
188.
There are various ways to attend an interview some of the ways are
189.
When you are going to attend an interview it is imperative that you dress very appropriately.
190.
Some of the suggestions are Suit preferably navy or dark grey.
191.
All the documents which you carry should be enclosed in an order.
192.
If a woman is attending an interview she can wear a Suit preferably of black, dark grey and navy color.
193.
You will be talking to the interviewer for quite sometime which makes it very necessary
194.
Some of them have a bad habit of not switching their cell phones during meetings
195.
If the interview is a technical one obviously you will have two recruiters one examines
196.
If you are poor in your communication skills there are many chances of you being rejected for a job in todays business scenario.
197.
When it comes to salary have a predetermined pay package in your mind.
198.
Explain about yourself to the interviewer that you are the right person for the interview.
199.
Body language speaks a lot about you and your personality.
200.
Exhibit some managerial qualities.
201.
At times interview will be scheduled for a longer duration
202.
A smile does not cost you a penny.
203.
Tell me about yourself in details?
204.
What do you know about us?
205.
Why do you want to work for our organization?
206.
What can you do for our organization that someone else ca not?
207.
What do you find most attractive about this job? What seems least attractive about it?
208.
Why should we hire you for this job?
209.
What do you look for in any job?
210.
Please give me your defintion of the position for which you are being interviewed?
211.
How long would it take you to make a meaningful contribution to our company?
212.
How long would you stay with our company?
213.
Your resume suggests that you may be over-qualified or too experienced for this job. What is Your opinion?
214.
What is your job management style?
215.
Are you a good manager? Can you give me some examples of your work? Do you feel that you have top managerial potential?
216.
What do you look for when You hire people for job?
217.
Have you ever had to fire people? What were the reasons, and how did you handle the situations?
218.
What do you think is the most difficult thing about being a manager or an executive?
219.
What important trends do you see in our industry career?
220.
Why are you leaving your present (last) job?
221.
What do you feel about leaving all your benefits to find a new job?
222.
In your current position, what features do (did) you like the most? The least?
223.
What do you think about your boss?
224.
Why are you not earning more at your age?
225.
What are your long range goals?
226.
How successful do you have been so far?
227.
What is the philosophy towards your work?
228.
How much supervision have you typically received in your previous job?
229.
Tell me about the problem you had with a supervisor?
230.
What have you learned from mistakes on previous job?
231.
Tell me about a time when you helped resolve a dispute between other?
232.
Have you ever had to fire anyone? Then how did you feel about that?
233.
What is important to you in a company? What things do you look for in an organization?
234.
I have changed 4 jobs in 5years, whenever i am facing interview they are asking me why you changed so many companies?
235.
Why are you leaving your present job? (or, Why did you leave your Job)?
236.
What irritates you about co workers?
237.
What has been your the biggest professional disappointment?
238.
Have you ever been asked to leave your position?
239.
Can you describe for me one or two of your most important accomplishment?
240.
What would your previous manager say your strongest point is?
241.
Why do you want to leave your present job?
242.
What prompted you to take your present job?
243.
Do you like your present job?
244.
Can you describe a typical day in your present job?