Interviewer Questions - Company

Questions that the company may ask in an Interview:

  • Compare and contrast the times when you did work which was above the standard with times your work was below the standard.
  • On occasion we are confronted by dishonesty in the workplace or in school. Tell about such an occurrence and how you handled it.
  • What are your standards of success in school? What have you done to meet these standards?
  • At what point did you choose this career?
  • We can sometimes identify a small problem and fix it before it becomes a major problem. Give an example(s) of how you have done this.
  • What two or three things are most important to you in your job?
  • Give me an example of a time you had to persuade other people to take action. Were you successful?
  • Tell of a time when your active listening skills really paid off for you -- maybe a time when other people missed the key idea being expressed.
  • When given an important assignment, how do you approach it?
  • How will the academic program and coursework you've taken benefit your career?
  • Recall a time when you were assigned what you considered to be a complex project. Specifically, what steps did you take to prepare for and finish the project? Were you happy with the outcome? What one step would you have done differently if given the chance?
  • Describe what you've accomplished toward reaching a recent goal for yourself.
  • Discuss a situation during the past year in which you had to deal with an upset customer or coworker.
  • How do you determine or evaluate success? Give me an example of one of your successful accomplishments.
  • Tell of the most difficult customer service experience that you have ever had to handle -- perhaps an angry or irate customer. Be specific and tell what you did and what was the outcome.
  • Give an example of when you had to work with someone who was difficult to get along with. Why was this person difficult? How did you handle that person?

Interviewee Questions - Canidate

Questions that you should considering asking your future employer:

  • Can you please tell me how your career has developed at this organization? Would someone entering the firm today have similar opportunities?
  • If I meet or exceed the company's expectations, will there be additional opportunities to expand my responsibilities?
  • What have been the department's successes in the last couple of years?
  • How would you describe your organization's personality and management style?
  • What are the biggest hurdles you hope to overcome in the next quarter?
  • How do you feel that I measure up to your requirements for this position?
  • What qualities are you looking for in your new hires?
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