Ever struck at blank when your interview is wrapping up and the interviewer turns to you pointedly and asks; “Do you have any questions?” It’s imperative that your answer is Yes and that your questions indicate a degree of interest and knowledge in the company.
This proves that you’ve done a bit of homework and that you are excited at the prospect of the role. It’s the perfect opportunity to get to know your interviewer a little better and get some insights into the company.
If you haven’t managed to research the company prior to the interview, nab a few of these generic questions to get the conversation started:
About the role
About the company
About the interviewer
There is a fine line between nosy and interested but choosing a place of employment is a really important decision and you should be asking exactly what you want to know.
Getting an overview of the place is one thing but getting inside information from a current employee is quite another. Their experiences and enjoyment of the workplace could be really insightful. Tread lightly but ask what’s on your mind. You might be the right fit for the company but is the company the right fit for you? Take this chance to find out.
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If you’ve had 3 or more periods without working, some longer than 3 months, you’ll need to prepare for one, if not all of the following questions.