QUESTIONS TO ASK IN AN INTERVIEW

Job hunting is a cruel form of self-punishment, but being prepared can make it somewhat less painfull. Anyone else sick of answer "How organized are you?" Or "What's your current salary?" Or my favorite, "What's your expected salary range?" IDK...why don't you tell me your hiring managers budget & I'll go off of that.
  1. Do you have any hesitations about my qualifications?
    Show confidence and security to discuss their unease about your weaknesses. It's a useful question to turn a perceived weakness into an opportunity
  2. What do you like most about working for this company?
    Expand a bit more on your career journey and what you value about your current role here. Would I value the same thing?
  3. What's the most important to you in an employee in this position?
    can uncover company's values and the skills they prioritize
  4. How will you define success in this role?
    Specific quotas met, campaigns launched, or more relationships built, and onboarding acheived in the first 1-3 months
  5. How do you collect feedback from your employees?
    Annually? Monthly? In person or computer HR survey? are the employees feedback valued highly in this company? How can I contribute to the overall well-being of this company?
  6. What does the career progression feom this position look like?
    Because I want to show you I'm serious about staying with this company if there is growth potential. Are there opportunities offered to employees growth and development programs? Or does this company have a high turn-over rate?