Expectations of employer
- What are the most important elements you are looking for from your next employer?
What Are Your Achievements
- I got an award for outstanding sales performance for year 2010. My response might be an answer to the interviewer for those who have achieved.
- —Guest rosy
Difficult interview question
- Who are you and what can you do for me that would make me hire you?
How to prioritize?
- You don't have the information that you need to prioritize your projects. your co-workers and supervisor aren't available to help. How would you handle the situation?
- —Guest TR
Out of this world question
- How will you explain to a blind man what the color red looks like?
- —Guest gudgurl
What's the best thing you've ever done?
- I was asked: What's the best thing you've ever done?
- —Guest fredsheik
- Why do you think you are the person for the job as a music competion judge?
- —Guest Gabriella
Why did you Choose Us and Not So and So
- I have applied at various hospitals in this area, not just yours.
Why do you want to leave your job?
- When say iI'm looking for more of a challenge, it sounds lame... help!
- —Guest mia
- Define what you think your developmental areas are and why?
- —Guest Ntombozuko
- A problem even though it was not clear who was responsible for solving it?
- —Guest cae jae
How to handle conflicting priorities?
- I am not sure how to handle conflicting priorities? What is the best way?
- —Guest RACHEL
- Tell me about an assignment or project that you were responsible for, but did not complete by the established deadline? Response: Developing a strong team involves identifying the strengths and weaknesses of each member and adjusting accordingly. I had interviewed and selected a team member based on their resume, interview, and professional profile. The project required a practical and technical knowledge of multiple business strategies. I had delegated tasks and assignments based on the applicants qualifications. Individual work on the project was done from the members home state and updated during a weekly teleconference. Less than two weeks before the completion date, I held a meeting to collect each element needed to complete the contract. During this meeting the team member informed me that they were 6 weeks behind and would be unable to continue due to family responsibilities. I immediately notified the client and updated them on the situation. Working 20 hour days, we finished.
- —Guest SusanFlanaga
Why Do You Only Want to Work Part Time?
- Why do you only want to work 20-25 hours a week? (The person concerned with this question has a disability and is returning to work part time to make sure they are ready -- they do not want to disclose that they have a disability.)
- —Guest Rachel
- 1. Briefly describe your ideal job? 2. Why did you choose this career? 3. What goals do you have in your career? 4. How do you plan to achieve these goals? 5. Can you work well under deadlines or pressure? 6. Tell us about a time when you failed to meet a deadline. What were the repercussions? 7. Do you have reference list? 8. Why do you want to work here? 9. Why should we hire you over the others waiting to be interviewed? 11. How soon can you travel down to start your new Job?
- —Guest ryan