@internetofvalue
8 months ago

When the interviewer asks you if you have any questions for them, what a good question to ask?

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If its a very good position, -> "Why is this position available?"
If you are curious, -> "Are there any examples of a career path beginning with this position?"
More curious, -> How has the company changed over the last few years?
A twist -> "Where do you see the organization in 5 years?"
Something different -> "Who do you consider as your top competitor?"
Positive thing -> "What do you like best about working in this company?"


Tip: Reframe your question based on situation, and avoid multiple part questions.
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1 Ask very clearly about your day to day role so that you are not agreeing to a position that's not actually fit for you .2 Clarify about the benefits such as transport / WFH options ,shift allowance . 3 . Ask the learning opportunities / growth opportunity withing company ,last makes HR an impression that person is career focused .
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"When do i start"
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I would ask the interviewer about the scope of my role and the kind of productivity at the business end of the company, and what percentage of the company's success depends upon the results of the department that I am trying for a role in.
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Is there anyone else more qualified for the job than me?
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What kind of changes has your company and employees had to adapt to and what skills have become more necessary for employees to have?

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When can i join the company.
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Can you please describe a typical day in your work life to me? Can you also describe a typical day for the role I'm interviewing for?
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What is your favorite aspect of this company?
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What is the question you all really want to ask me but haven't ?

This is a brilliant question because it encourages the committee to tip their hand about the concern they all have about the candidate.
This question gives them a chance to address it.
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