How do you answer 'What do you expect from this company' in a job interview?
- The employer wants to know what they can offer YOU. After you've told what you can do for the company, the company wants to know what can be done for you. Do you want to work alone? In a team setting? Do you want to be motivated? Do want to work upstairs/downstairs? They basically want to know what expectations you have from the company during your time there. If your expectations are odd or unreasonable, then you probably won't get hired.
- You should say something like 'good communication and honesty'. I like it when people are upfront with me about expectations and job duties. I do not like it when I get in trouble for something that no one told me I had to do, or that they didn't tell me exactly how they wanted it done.
You should expect to be asked this question during a job interview. It is best to be prepared by having researched the company and the position. Being knowledgeable about both will give you an advantage when answering this question. You can give concrete reasons as to why this particular company appeals to you.
There are many great questions that can be asked while giving an interview. Some good interview questions would be: What can you contribute to this job/company? Why did you apply for this job? Have you ever had difficulty getting along with co-workers or management? Why did you quit your previous job?
Compose yourself. Be yourself. Be confident. Expect the unexpected questions. Be knowledgeable about the company you're applying. ============================== Interview Questions NOT to Ask What does this company do? (Do your research ahead of time!) If I get the job when can I take time off for vacation? (Wait until you get the offer to mention prior commitments) Can I change my schedule if I get the job? (If you need to figure out the logistics…