101 dynamite questions to ask at your job interview by Richard Fein

By Richard Fein

Revised to mirror new questions for brand new new economic system, this renowned consultant nonetheless is still the 1st and purely interview booklet to check key questions task seekers have to ask at hte interview.

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If there is a formal evaluation system, are evaluations given at uniform times and would my immediate manager conduct the evaluation? What criteria are used? Hint: If the interviewer indicates the evaluation criteria, you could respond by saying: "Those are reasonable criteria. " or "Those are reasonable criteria. " Hint: Whatever the response to your "Who, When, Why," accept it without argument. You can question the evaluation process in more detail if/when the job is offered. " It is important to avoid a contentious or argumentative tone at your interview.

Relate to things you need to know or should want to know. Unless your answer is "yes" to at least one of these two points, don't ask the question at your job interview. Topics for Your Questions One way to build good questions is to identify a core set of topics you could ask about. This makes the task of asking questions easier while also focusing your questions on subjects important to your interviewer. Four topics are particularly useful: the job, the company, the industry and external influences.

How well are the newcomers integrating with the veterans? As the firm has grown, is the way people relate professionally changing? Q. It's good news when a firm is growing. There were a number of rough years, though, just keeping Yourco afloat. Are your new employees integrating well with the veterans? or Q. The people who got Yourco through those tough years certainly deserve to be proud of their accomplishments. How do they feel about new employees coming in who haven't been through the wars, so to speak?

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