Behavioral Interview Question :
Questions about the New job and Company
What do you find interesting about this job?
You are the preeminent person to answer this question as you only know the true motivation behind applying for the job. One can mention reasons like an option to learn, better opportunities, better scope of success and a bigger platform to show your capabilities. While talking about your interests, do also talk about the challenges you expect and how you plan to win them. You can also tell the interviewer that how challenges thrive your interest in the job. Even if money is the core reason, never mention it to the interviewer.
Why do you want to work here?
To answer this question, you must have researched the company and built a dossier. Your research work is now rewarded. You should reply with the company's attributes as you see them. Cap your answer with reference to your belief that this can provide you with a stable and happy work environment - the interviewer’s company has that reputation - and that such an atmosphere would encourage your best work.
I’m not looking for just a pay cheque. I enjoy my work and am proud of my profession. Your company produces a superior product.
I think that gives us certain things in common and means I would fit in well with your team.
What do you know about our company?
If you can relate your knowledge to the area that you would be involved in, it would show that already you have an active interest in the organization. For example, if you were interested in marketing, "I understand that you are one of the top 10 companies in sales to Europe but are currently interested in expanding your market into Asia. Competition is keen in that area but you have an advantage in that you product offers features that others do not.... such as "
It is not only showing that you have done the research but also that you like/know what you have learned about the company and have applied it to how you can add value in the position.
What motivates you in your professional life?
Talk how the idea of achieving the impossible, increasing your knowledge and the idea of growth gives you a rush, as you are always eager to learn and explore the entire functioning of your industry.
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