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Interview. Questions you need to ask

What could be better than a casual conversation in which you can not only learn about the requirements and the position, but also show your best side.
Remember that the interview is a two-way street. Not only you are chosen, but you also choose a place where you should feel good and comfortable.
You need to prepare for the interview in advance. Try to learn as much as possible about the company to which you were invited, its history and the latest news related to the brand and name of the company. Well-designed questions and calm conversation are a great way to make a positive impression.
Keep in mind that if a job seeker doesn't ask any questions in an interview, they look unprepared or disinterested in the job in the eyes of the interviewer.
Think about what questions you can answer to help you know that the company you are joining fits your qualifications and is a good fit for you in general. The day-to-day responsibilities, values, and mission of the company will most likely be told to you during the interview. We suggest you delve into the nuances.

So, the questions are.

1. Who do you think would be the ideal candidate for this position? Can I compare myself to him or her? The answers to these questions will help you understand if your skills match what the company wants to see in a future employee.
2. What challenges is your company facing right now? This question launches the "conversation balloon" and allows you to open up to both the candidate and the employer.
3. do you have any doubts about my qualifications? The question shows that you have enough confidence in yourself.
4. Does the company have opportunities for growth? If so, how do employees typically progress through the organization?
5. What training or development opportunities does your company offer? It's worth finding out about professional development prospects ahead of time, and showing that you want to move forward.
6. Can you tell me a little bit about who my immediate supervisor will be? Who will I report to? It's worth finding out in advance the hierarchical structure of the company.
7. is this a new position? If not, why did the person who worked before quit? Why isn't the company looking for a candidate within the established team? These are fairly common interview questions that show that the candidate is analyzing the situation and wants to know why the former employee quit and what they were dissatisfied with.
Asking questions at the end of the interview is just as important as asking them during the interview. Leading the conversation smoothly and calmly is a skill you need to learn. Since most people like to talk about themselves, try to engage the interviewer near the end of the interview to discuss their own professional journey.

Emat EOOD Bulgaria's specialists are involved in staffing and career counseling, recruiting candidates, filling job openings, checking resumes, preparing cover letters, and providing psychological support.

Preparation for the interview begins with a test of the applicant's professional skills, and Emat EOOD it company's consultants assess his or her personality. After that the expert analyses the situation on the job market. Emat company trains customers in active interview techniques: ability to conduct a relaxed conversation, to answer questions confidently, to structure the answers, to demonstrate the best qualities.
interviewing outside the office - Emat EOOD
Emat ltd accompanies the client through all stages of the job search and employment process: from the first contact and interview to salary negotiation.
By asking questions, you show your potential employer that you are really interested in the position and want to know as much detail as possible. An interviewer who asks meaningful, thoughtful and well-researched questions is memorable and makes a positive impression.
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