Common HR interview questions for experienced

Common HR interview questions for experienced

Apart from the general questions fresher graduates encounters in an HR interview, listed below are HR interview questions for experienced :

What makes you interested in this job?

In case if the interviewer feels that you can’t add any value to the company, he won’t be very concerned in knowing how this job can tender you career headway and how much you take interest in taking up new-fangled challenges. To avoid getting into this situation try to keep the focus of your answer on how your talent, experience and individual qualities fit into the necessities of this picky position.

Why do you think should we take you for this job?

Evaluate the prerequisites of the job profile well before you leave for the meeting. Relate your aptitudes, experience and capabilities and prepare to present grounds on which they should consider you for this position. In case there are any new things that you are required to perform in the new occupation you can say that each new job requires a man to explore new subjects and you have the knack to handle new things rapidly. Back this up with an illustration from your last employment.

What is the motivating factor for you at work?

You can answer that competition and new challenges encourage you at work.

Why do you want to leave your current job?

The motives behind switching the present job could be plentiful. But the best answer you can give for this question is, “for better prospects”. Then they can counter you back saying “what do you mean by better prospects?” To this you can say, better prospects in terms of experience, and exposure.

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