The interview is almost over and now it’s your time to ask questions, but what questions should you ask? Well, you are interviewing them as much as they are interviewing you so ask questions that you really want answers to. By asking questions you care about, it shows you’re both interested and you did your research. Have questions ready!
You’re at the job interview and they ask the question, “What are your salary requirements?” This is the part when you take a deep breath and try your hand at negotiation. Maybe you are good at it, maybe you’re not. For those of you who could use some help, this simple guide should give you a boost.
Some interviewers ask these strange questions just to see how you react. This may sound cruel, but think of it this way, there is always something that comes up unexpectedly in business and they need level headed people who can handle these arising problems. Showing great control under pressure is a valuable asset that will help in securing a job in Buffalo & WNY.
This list consists commonly asked interview questions that you are likely to be asked when interviewing for jobs in Buffalo. Go ahead and print them out so you can write down you answers, or copy them into a Word document so you can save your answers. You will be interviewing again in the future so save your answers to avoid having to do this repeatedly.
Researching and practicing are a must. Knowing as much as you can about yourself and the company is by far the best advice for WNY job seekers. Think of it this way, it’s better to leave an interview knowing you had good, well-articulated answers than it is to have feelings of doubt and uncertainty because you didn’t prepare enough.
Companies today are very busy and would much rather screen candidates over the phone or computer first instead of spending resources on candidates they won’t be hiring. It may feel weird at first, but there are some benefits to these types of interviews, which I dive into in this post.
The traditional one-on-one interview is still being used. Usually, it is with the HR recruiter but sometimes it can be with the manager that is needing a position filled. A key post to read is the How to Prepare for an Interview in order to prepare for this interview. Remember, a one-on-one interview doesn’t always have to be in a formal setting. It can be a walk, which Mark Zuckerberg is a fan, or an on-the-spot interview that randomly pops up between you and someone else. Continue reading