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Five good questions to ask at the end of an interview


 
Five good questions to ask at the end of an interview

Did you know that asking the recruiter relevant questions at the end of your interview is a great way to set yourself apart from other candidates and to prove to your future employer or human resources manager how important this position is to you? Here are some great questions to ask to make a good impression and learn more about what could be your future job.

Have I answered all your questions?

Are you hesitant to ask this question because you tell yourself that if the recruiter had other things to ask you, they would have done it already? Not necessarily. Imagine that he decided to reject your application because of something on your CV or your background that put him off, but by asking him this question you made him want to ask for clarification that in the end will do. Change of idea? It's worth asking this simple question, isn't it?

Why are you better than your competition and how can I help you continue to stand out?

This question proves that you are not just looking for a job, but also want to help the business improve and stay competitive. You will also learn important information that will help you in your task if you land the job. You will also learn more about the vision for success of your potential future superior and you will quickly see if it is compatible with yours.

How do you deal with difficult situations?

Have you ever had a tyrannical boss and you really don't want to go through this unpleasant situation again? We understand you! This question will allow you to know how your potential future boss resolves conflicts as well as the importance they place on the opinions and well-being of their employees.

What do you think is a good employee?

Along the same lines as the previous question, this one will give you a good idea of the personality type of your potential future employer. If you don't like working overtime, then you can avoid working for a boss who wants their employees to always be available for last-minute requests or to work on weekends.

Tell me about your corporate culture. What are your values?

You will be much happier if you work for a company that has a similar business outlook to yours. If what matters most to you is having fun working in a relaxed atmosphere with people who recognize the value of your work, you will have a hard time finding happiness working for an employer who considers its employees. like numbers and who has money as their only priority. You might as well know that in advance! You can also learn little information that can make the difference if you hesitate between two positions later. Learning that the company offers free coffee, the ability to sometimes work from home, or an extra week of paid vacation than others might help you make up your mind.

Do not hesitate to contact Technogénie's experts for all your recruitment needs. It will be our pleasure to help you find a job.

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