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How do you answer 'What do you expect from this company' in a job interview?

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2014-09-16 01:47:34

  • 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.


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