Such questions are fairly typical of those you will be presented with when applying for a job
As with most things, it is all about preparation. If you fail to prepare then be prepared to fail. There are many 'standard' questions. There are no standard answers as most are asking about you personally. Because of that no one but yourself can answer many of the questions you will be asked. Think about such questions in advance and have your answers ready. Be positive; do not repeat what you have read in books or on the internet. By all means read sample answers but do not repeat them verbatim. The person interviewing you will have read all those answers too.
There is more to having a successful job interview than just answering the questions asked. Many would say much more. First impressions count for far more than many realise.
Dress for the part. Be punctual and polite. Listen to what is being said. Answer only the question asked. (Don't ramble)
In a letter of intent to apply for a supervisor position, you will want to explain your qualifications. Also explain how you will help the business positively.
During an interview you may be asked what compelled you to apply for the position. You will want to have an answer ready as to why you feel you would be a good fit for the company.
During a job interview, the interviewer may ask you why you applied for the position. You do not want to state the obvious, such as for income to support a family. What employers want to know if what about the particular position appeals to you.
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Always dress for the position you want, not the one you have.
It is a good idea to prepare for a job interview by formulating answers to general questions, such as this one, before you walk into the interview room. Your preparation should include researching background information about the company so that you can confidently have an answer to why you have chosen to apply for a position with the company.
There are times when many people will disagree with their supervisor. However, during a job interview you will want to focus less on the disagreement and more on the solution to the issue in the disagreement.
This is a tricky job interview question. Interviewers do not want to hear you bad-mouthing a supervisor. You should use a problem and show how you turned it into a positive experience.
What skills and abilities do you have that lead you to apply for the position? What does the company offer you that made you want to work there? Example: I really enjoyed working with children while employed with Apples Daycare. The 9:00 to 5:00 schedule you are offering works great for me.
When a company asks this question in an interview, they want to know what the applicant can do for the company. They want to hear why you will be an asset to the company.
There is no right or wrong way to answer why you want a sales position. You should just be honest and tell the interviewer the truth.
These are some questions that might be asked at an interview for a sales position. Tell me about yourself. Why do you want to work in sales? Why did you leave your last job? What is your greatest weakness.
You should be ready to answer the question in an interview of why you should be chosen for the position. A potential new employer will want to see what you have to offer and how you see yourself as an employee.
Depends on what the interview is for. If it is a potential employer they want to know about your educational background if it applies to the position you want. They want to know about volunteering also if it is applicable and any previous jobs you have had in the same field. They don't want personal details like your favourite colour and the name of your cat.
i want to excel in any position even it is not related to my course
because he same old routine with your wife is getting old
Either is good. If you are very knowlegable in certain caegories, then you may consider being a category supervisor. If you knowledge falls into a bunch of categories or you don't want to be tied down to watching certain categories, you may want to become a floating supervisor. Note that category supervisors are not restricted to just their own categories - they can still work in whatever category interests them.
Your supervisor can request you password for company computer systems or email..etc. He/She cannot legally make you give up your personal passwords. During a job interview, the interviewer may want to establish your character qualifications for the position. You may be asked for a password to review your facebook or other social network personality. You can not be forced to give your password, but it may impact your ability to get hired.
Be prepared to answer this question during a job interview. Focus on reasons such as your own growth and career advancement or changes. Do not dwell on any negatives at your current position.
Of course you don't want to say because the position was available. So what you can say is, " I am seeking for a different opportunity and I believe that this position can offer that by..." and explain why this position would be good for you and how you can contribute as well.
It is one of the gorgeous company here in the Philippines. I want to develop my skills and knowledge and be a part of the company's success.
You may be asked in a job interview why you feel you would be suitable for a commercial banking position. You will want to give some thought to why you want to pursue this field and be ready to answer that question with your skills.
You probably want to know how to spell "RETAIL" before you apply for management, sweety.
it's pretty simple you go to where u want the job and apply for an interview or haven't you got the common sense to figure that out
after clearing the ocld interview we need to go under training for two years in the concerned department we want to specialise in and after the two years of interview we become assistant managers or reach to an executive position inthe department of our choice.