Whether you haven’t interviewed for a job in a decade or if you interviewed just last week, you may not know the “whys” of interview questions and the selection process most organizations use to hire the best talent.
In a previous post, I shared a little known fact (I don’t believe in keeping secrets) based on my 25 years in Talent Management for top Fortune 200 companies. There are truly only three questions to a typical interview though they may take the form of many and be asked in different ways.
Now I turn your attention to 5 common questions that are asked and are critical to you being seen as a viable contender for the position to which you applied. At this point, your resume has been screened by computer “eyes” as well as a human recruiter. You may have been through a telephone interview, simulation test, behavioral assessment and panel interview. Now you sit across from the person who you hope will be your next manager and you have this one (and only) opportunity to answer these Continue reading