This is a personal question for you. Don't search for an answers in any browser.... just say what you feel and make it sincere. Tell them what you can do to help the company. You should answer with whatever the company is.
For this question, I think you should speak out your strengths, for example: "I am an honest girl, I will be devoted to my company." I think any boss who hears this will be happy.
I think you should be your real self rather than forming what you are not. Tell them what you can give to your company not what you can get from your company.
The best thing to do in a job interview is walk and talk as if you are already have the job. Proceed like you have the most confidence in the world and there is no competition because you are the best. So what can you contribute to the company? The answer is simple my knowledge, my experience, my well being and responsibility. I am the best candidate for this position if not better (confidence part) and I am ready to put my blood sweat and tears into this company (not literally but you know). If they say they what 100%.you say I am prepared to give you the full 300 plus more and that's what I can contribute to your company. Also brush up on the dictionary be inquisitive but not to the point were it is exasperating and don't be over exaggerate. Be yourself while at the same time being who they want as apart of there company. Trust me I work for the government.
Firstly, I agree with the first line in in the first answer......you speak your heart out...My added suggestions are:
first you thoroughly inquire about the organization you are applying for, check out what kind of service it provides........then try to analyze your expected position and work profile in the organization....then beforehand think about what are the qualities or experiences you have which favor the work you would be doing in the organization...then it becomes very simple for you to answer such questions.
NOTE: The more familiar you are about the organization and work, more confident you will be in answering questions.....ultimately more chances of getting a job.
The other thing you can do is say you're a hard worker and stuff like that.
The best answer to that question is, just as mentioned above. You should do some research on the company that called you for an interview. Most companies call potential candidates at least 24hour before the interview so that is enough time for you to get on the internet and read all you can about the position applied for and the overall company. one important part in which you and (everybody who goes through interviews) is to read the companies goals and "expectations" I cannot stress enough on how many individuals go unprepared into interviews, not knowing where the employer is aiming at.
If you did no have time to research about the job/company and you found your self sitting in front of the employer, firstly do not show that you are nervous, a great way to do this is to constantly smile and keep an eye contact, no matter what, and yes do use pauses the employer will only appreciate you more because you actually THINK before you speak. tell them of your qualities, and you experiences. Tell them of the things that you had accomplished, even if its small such as "improving the way people do something at your University, or such....." they are simply looking for Initiative and leadership (again depending on what the job applied for is..)
Research about employer. if no time and your are the spot , then you;
Smile and keep eye contact, take your time speaking, speak with confidence, tell them about your qualities, and tell them of SOME of you personal goals that is similar to the company, (ex: personal financial success, personal growth, etc)
they'll love you for it.
This depends on what the company does and what the job is.
Research the company before the interview. Find out exactly what the company does, its goals, strategies, vision etc., and then decide how you as a person with your skill set can fit into the company. Always be prepared for an interview.
During a job interview you may be asked what you can offer the company to which you are applying. A company will probably not hire someone with nothing to contribute. You should discuss your strengths, skills, and expertise and show how they relate to the position for which you are applying.
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?
Answering "How do you talk about your experiences in your previous company at a job interview?"
You see it as a new challenge and opportunity to broaden your knowledge of said job and enjoy being part of a team. It seems like a good company and have a lot to contribute It seems like a good company and have a lot to contribute
Before heading to a job interview, you should do some research about the company, including the mission and objectives. If you know what the objectives are, you will be able to confidently discuss how you will contribute to those objectives.
A commonly asked question during a job interview is what to expect from a company if hired. This must be answered with a chance to contribute one's skills, grow with the company, and be justly compensated.
to work heard to contribute to the development of my employers.
Doing your job is the best way you can contribute to your company. The more effective you are at doing your job, the more your company will prosper.
about my experience and skills.
Simply, an informational interview is one that asks basic information about the applicant while a job interview is more of an elimination interview where the interviewers will see if you have what it takes for the position that is vacant in the company.
When answering this question in a job interview, be honest. Be aware of your talents, and be sure to research the company prior to the interview so that you will understand better hwo you can fit in to the company's framework and mission. Show dedication to furthering the company's goals and describe in detail how you can aid in that process and are excited to do so.
This is a typical question asked during an interview. Have an answer ready that highlights and aligns your skill set with the highest priority duty the job description lists.
How will u contribute toward the growth of an oil company
You should have some skills that will benefit the company and you should be aware of what they are. If you can lay brick straignt and you're trying to get a job with a bricking company, you should tell them what you can do. If you can't benefit the company and in some way help them make money, why should they hire you?
Do research about the job and company you interview for. Have self esteem and confidence.
You could say that you feel you will be an asset to the company by stating why in an interview. You cannot get this question wrong.
a person doesn't receive a job offer from that company
A person doesn't receive a job offer from that company.
The employer wants to know how you will benefit the company on a business and financial level, as well as how you would "fit" into the team in a social way. If you've done your homework on this company, you can demonstrate how your strengths are a great fit for the position and how you will benefit the overall team.
This is one of the most common questions asked in an interview. How can you contribute to the organization means basically "Why should we hire you, instead of some other person?" So, think about your skills. Think about what you could provide to that company that other people might not be able to offer. It is not bragging to state your talents and explain why you feel you could be an asset to the company (or the organization). Make sure that you do some research about the company-- what is it known for, what is its image, etc. Then think of how your being hired could be a good addition for them; you want the interviewer to agree that you are the right person for the job.
because you really need a job...and found this one challenging and exciting... also because the company is well reputed...