According to the survey of personnel directors in the consultation, statistics of 20 most frequently asked questions and favorite answers of personnel directors.
When I went to apply for a job, I would look at these questions during the first test. Some questions were indeed asked by the interviewer, and I myself had been a first tester for half a year, and I would often ask these questions during interviews.
Question 1: Why do you want to leave your current position?
A. Other colleagues think that I am a celebrity in front of the boss, so they exclude me everywhere.
B. The result of the salary adjustment is very disappointing to me, and it is not directly proportional to what I paid.
C. The boss is unwilling to authorize, work is restricted everywhere, hands are tied, and it is difficult to do things.
D. The company's operating conditions are poor, and everyone is in panic.
Answer: More than half of the personnel directors choose C, followed by D. Choosing the answer of C can show the applicant's ambition, strong ability, and hope to be given more responsibilities. Choosing D is an objective external factor that cannot be changed by the individual due to the reason for resignation. Therefore, the interviewer will not have too much doubt about the individual's ability or work performance.
Question 2: How much do you know about our company?
A. In the last year, your company has been the king of stocks for as long as 8 months.
B. Your company has been selected by XX Magazine as the No. 1 company in "The Most Wanted Enterprise for Job Seekers" for three consecutive years.
C. It's not very clear, could you please give some introduction.
D. Your company intends to change its strategy and strengthen OEM cooperation with major foreign manufacturers, while the part of its own brand is through overseas distributors.
Answer: D is the majority. The reason is simple. They hope that job seekers have a real understanding of the job they are applying for, and not just come here admiringly.
Question 3: When you look for a job, what are the most important considerations?
A. The company's vision and product competitiveness.
B. The company attaches great importance to employee career planning and humanized management.
C. Whether the nature of the job allows me to give full play to my strengths and continue to grow.
D. Reasonable treatment and supervisor's management style.
Answer: C is the majority, because the company is looking for people with good job performance and who can really contribute, rather than people who are purely admired and seeking profit.
Question 4: Why should we admit you?
A. Because I firmly believe that I am better than others.
B. Because I have a strong ambition and want to grow together with your company.
C. From the objective data presented by my past work performance, you can clearly see my working attitude of going all out.
D. I have been working in this industry for 8 years, and my rich contacts are my greatest asset.
Answer: The ideal answer to this question is C. How do you let the other person see your good? Eloquence alone is difficult to convince the other party. Therefore, from the content of the resume or the content of the previous answers, if you can use objective numbers and specific work results to assist in the explanation, it is the most ideal answer.
Question 5: Please talk about your greatest personal characteristic.
A. I am very popular and have been a member of the Welfare Committee for 3 consecutive years.
B. I have a high degree of persistence, and I will never give up if things have not achieved a satisfactory result.
C. I am very punctual and I have never been late since work.
D. My personality is very easy-going, and I am recognized as a good gentleman.
Answer: The ideal answer to this question is B. Although A, C, and D all show the merits of the applicant's personality, only B's answer, which can be best combined with work and the advantages and characteristics that can be combined with work performance, is the answer that the interviewer is more interested in.
Question 6: "Please introduce yourself".
Ideas: 1. This is a mandatory question for interviews.
2. The content of the introduction should be consistent with the personal resume.
3. Try to speak as much as possible in the way of presentation.
4. Get to the point and don't talk about irrelevant and useless content.
5. The organization must be clear and the levels must be distinct. 6. It is best to write and memorize in text beforehand.
Question 7: "Talk about your family situation"
ideas: 1. The situation has a certain effect on understanding the personality, concept, and mentality of the applicant. This is the main reason why the recruiting unit asks this question.
2. Simply list the family population.
3. It is advisable to emphasize a warm and harmonious family atmosphere.
4. It is appropriate to emphasize the importance that parents attach to their own education.
5. The good condition of all family members should be emphasized.
6. It is advisable to emphasize the support of family members for their own work.
7. It is advisable to emphasize one's sense of responsibility to the family.
Question 8: "What hobbies do you have?"
Ideas: 1. Hobbies can reflect the personality, concept, and mentality of the applicant to a certain extent. This is the main reason why the recruitment unit asks this question.
2. It is best not to say that you have no hobbies.
3. Don't say that you have those vulgar hobbies that make people feel bad.
4. It is best not to say that you are limited to reading, listening to music, and surfing the Internet, otherwise you may make the interviewer suspect that the candidate is withdrawn.
5. It is best to have some outdoor hobbies to "embellish" your image.
Question 9: "Who do you admire the most?"
Ideas: 1. The person you admire most can reflect the personality, concept, and mentality of the applicant to a certain extent. This is the main reason why the interviewer asks this question.
2. It is not appropriate to say that you do not worship anyone.
3. It is not appropriate to say that you admire yourself.
4. It is not appropriate to worship an illusory or unknown person.
5. It is not appropriate to worship a person who has an obvious negative image.
6. It is best for everyone you admire to have a relationship with the job you are applying for.
7. It is best to say which qualities and thoughts of the people you admire infect and inspire yourself.
Question 10: "What is your motto?"
Ideas: 1. The motto can reflect the personality, concept, and mentality of the candidate to a certain extent. This is the main reason why the interviewer asks this question.
2. It is not appropriate to say those mottos that cause bad associations.
3. It is not appropriate to say those mottos that are too abstract.
4. It is not appropriate to say a motto that is too long.
5. The motto best reflects a certain quality of one's own.
6. Refer to the answer-"Only find a way for success, don't make excuses for failure"
Question 11: "Talk about your shortcomings"
Ideas: 1. It is not appropriate to say that you have no shortcomings.
2. It is not appropriate to say that those obvious advantages are shortcomings.
3. It is not advisable to say the shortcomings that seriously affect the job you are applying for.
4. It is not advisable to say shortcomings that are uncomfortable and uncomfortable.
5. It is possible to name some shortcomings that are "insignificant" to the job you are applying for, and even some shortcomings that appear to be shortcomings on the surface but are advantages and shortcomings from a job perspective.
Question 12: " Talk about your failure experience"
ideas: 1. It is not appropriate to say that you have no failure experience.
2. It is not appropriate to call those obvious successes a failure.
3. It is not advisable to tell the failure experience that has seriously affected the job you are applying for.
4. The result of the experience discussed should be a failure.
5. It should be stated that before the failure, oneself had confidence and worked hard.
6. Explain that the failure is only due to external and objective reasons.
7. After failure, I quickly cheer myself up and face future work with more enthusiasm.
Question 13: "Why did you choose our company?"
Ideas: 1. The interviewer tries to understand your motivation, desire and attitude towards the job.
2. It is recommended to answer from the three perspectives of industry, company and position.
3. Refer to the answer-"I am very optimistic about the industry your company is in. I think your company attaches great importance to talents, and this job is very suitable for me, I believe I can do a good job."
Question 14: "If I hire you, you How will the work be carried out?”
Ideas: 1. If the applicant lacks sufficient knowledge of the position being applied for, it is best not to directly tell the specific method of carrying out the work.
2. You can try to use roundabout tactics to answer, such as "first listen to the leadership's instructions and requirements, then understand and familiarize yourself with the relevant situation, then formulate a recent work plan and submit it to the leadership for approval, and finally carry out the work according to the plan."
Question 15: "When you disagree with your superiors, what will you do?"
Ideas: 1. Generally, you can answer "I will give the superiors necessary explanations and reminders. In this case, I will obey the superiors' opinions."
2. If the interviewer is the general manager, and the position you are applying for is another manager who was not present at the time, you can answer like this: "For non-principle questions, I will obey the opinions of superiors. For the company involved I hope to reflect the major issue of interest to higher-level leaders." "How can fresh graduates lack experience and be competent for the job?"
Question 16: "Why should we hire you?"
Ideas: 1. It is best for applicants to stand for recruitment The angle of the unit to answer.
2. Recruitment units generally hire candidates who meet the requirements, are interested in this group, and have enough confidence.
3. For example, "I meet the recruitment requirements of your company. With my current skills, high sense of responsibility, and good adaptability and learning ability, I am fully qualified for this job. I very much hope that I can serve your company. The company gives me this opportunity, and I will definitely be the pillar of your company!"
Question 17: "What can you do for us?"
Ideas: 1. "Follow what you like" on the basic principle.
2. Before answering this question, it is best for the applicant to "preemptively" and understand the role that the recruiter expects this position to play.
3. Candidates can answer this question based on their own understanding and their advantages in the professional field.
Question 18: "You are a fresh graduate and lack experience, how can you be competent for this job?"
Ideas: 1. If the recruiting unit raises this question for the graduate candidates, it means that the recruiting unit does not really care about "experience". The key depends on how the candidate answers.
2. The answer to this question should best reflect the sincerity, tact, courage and dedication of the applicant.
3. For example, "As a fresh graduate, there is indeed a lack of work experience, so I have been taking advantage of various opportunities to do part-time jobs in this industry during my studies. I also found that actual work is far more knowledgeable and complicated than books. However, I have a strong sense of responsibility, adaptability and learning ability, and I am more diligent, so I can successfully complete various tasks in a part-time job, and the experience gained from it has also benefited me a lot. Please rest assured that your company, what the school has learned And part-time work experience makes me qualified for this position."
Question 19: "What kind of superior do you want to work with?"
Ideas: 1. Through the applicant's "hope" to the superior, we can judge the applicant's self-requirement Consciousness, this is both a trap and a chance.
2. It is best to avoid specific hopes to superiors and talk more about your own requirements.
3. For example, "As a newcomer who has just stepped into the society, I should ask myself to familiarize and adapt to the environment as soon as possible, instead of making any demands on the environment, as long as I can use my expertise."
Question 20: "You are What was the reason for the former company’s resignation?"
2. Avoid overly detailed and specific "reasons for resignation".
3. Cannot be mixed with subjective negative feelings, such as "too lucky", "complex interpersonal relationship", "management is too chaotic", "the company does not value talents", "the company rejects our employees of XX", etc.
4. But they cannot dodge or evade, such as "want to change the environment", "personal reasons", etc.
5. Do not involve your own negative personality characteristics, such as dishonesty, laziness, lack of responsibility, and uneasiness.
6. Try to make the reasons explained to add color to the applicant's personal image.
7. For example, "I left because the company closed down. I have worked in the company for more than three years and have deep feelings. Since last year, due to sudden changes in the market situation, the company's situation has taken a turn for the worse. I feel sorry for this step. , But I have to face it and look for a stage where I can play my abilities again." The same interview question is not only one answer, and the same answer is not effective in any interview situation. The key is that the applicant has mastered the rules and responded to the interview. Grasp the specific situation, consciously figure out the psychological background of the interviewer’s questions, and then cast his or her favorites.