You should do your homework ahead of the interview and know something about the company. You can use that information to form an answer to this question.
This is a common question during a job interview. Only you can know the answer.
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.
This would be a question asking during an interview to work for an airline company , they want to know why you would be passionate about working for their company.
study it and if you do not know a question look it up and study the answer
About all you can do is to answer that you do not know the answer. Answer2: It may happen, but if you prepare yourself by doing research of the company on the internet before the interview, chances are this will not happen. Also make sure you know the facts you have written down on your resume before the interview so much can be answered from memory.
am going for interview for bba next week in amity. after the interview i will let you know!
In a job interview, answer this question without being boastful. Know the goals of the company and relate your skill set to their goal.
You say if you know someone in the compaany or not
The first question you will probably be asked is: What do you know about this company? What do you know about the job you have applied for? Tell us about yourself? You will probably then be asked specific role related questions and the interview may finish up with: "Why should we take you above all our other interviewees"?
To answer this question you need to know the company. There is no substitute for doing your homework. Research the company to learn as much as you can about them. Much of this can be done on the Internet. During your research, turn this question over in your head. Think about what you like (and dislike) in what you are reading.
The question was so random that Mary didn't know how to respond.
No comment. I dont wish to answer that question on the grounds that I may prejudice my other answers. IT ALL DEPENDS ON THE QUESTION AND THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF THE INTERVIEW.
This is one of the basic question asked during hr interview round. before going for interview of any company u need to know about company's profile, wen they asks these type of questions u can answer them by saying about positive things of their company.
Answer with, "I don't know."
means you dont know the answer to a question or you are slow to respond to the question.
An interview is a conversation between you and the company - to ascertain whether you meet the requirements to fulfil the role productively. It's a 'first step' to enable you, and the company to get to know each other.
We would need to know what fact to respond to this question.
We would need to know which functions to respond to this question.
You say 'I don't know the answer.' Except on Wikianswers... let some one who knows the answer deal with the question.
We would need to know what data in order to respond to this question.
We would need to know what the friction is to affect to respond to this question.
In order to best respond to this question, it's important to know a little bit about the company and then explain how your values, strengths and work-related interests relate to the company's mission, vision, and/or culture.
* i do not know pz
That's for me to know and you to find out... when you invite me to interview.