How to Ask Interview Questions
The most essential part of getting a job is its interview and we all know we can pass it only if we answer the most confused looking questions (at the time of interview) correctly. Here I would like to mention two things: one is for the person who’s taking interview and the other is for the person who’s being interviewed, while taking the interview you should be focused on what answers you’re getting from the person whom you interviewing and you should also check his confidence level. And for the person whose being interviewed should be focused on the questions and he should be confident plus should have full grip on his answers. This article of mine is for all those persons who confuse their candidates. I hope you got about whom I’m talking.
Well, the first thing you should keep in mind is that you should establish a good relation with them from the first meeting, make them feel comfortable.
Note: Remember that you’re the interviewer so the whole answers depend upon you that how you ask them questions. In addition to it, you’re also responsible for the flow of interview because you should be knowing how to ask right questions on right time. And the most important thing is you should listen to their answers carefully and attentively.
Now I’m going to tell you the ways of asking questions in the interview.
1. The first thing is that you should ask questions from the least important topics to the most important ones. Such as, how are you? Why do you want this job? What do you think where you’ll be after 5/6 years? So you have to ask them general question.While asking these general questions, ask some kind of tricky questions so that the person whom being interviewed doesn’t get sleepy. Haha. In tricky ones you can ask them, why’d you choose this profession? What are its benefits? How are you in this field? And so on.
2. Now as you’re going towards the most important topics, the questions now should be well-organized, exact so that you’ll be able to test his experience. Here I would like to share with you something i.e we know that every one is not the same so it may happen that when you’re asking questions from them, they might give you the perfect answers. But it can only happen if you ask them outstanding questions. Some of them I’ll share with you, ask them what benefits would I get after hiring you? How deep can you go for your success in this occupation? Can you devote your whole life for this? Then ask them what does our company want? Can you give us that? Do you think that you’re capable enough for this job? According to you, is luck more important or struggle? Ask these questions whenever you feel that it’s the right time. In this way, these questions will help you a lot in understanding them and in knowing what kind of a person are they?
3. At he last of your interview, again try to make the candidate comfortable so that you can judge whether this man or woman is eligible for this post or not? The questions can be of any kind. Like were you fired from your previous job? Or have asked to resign? If you were not fired then why did you leave that job? What kind of remarks you got from your previous jobs? In this way the candidate will feel that you really want to hire him and will share his true feelings with you without telling a lie. If the person whom you’re interviewing has no previous job records then ask him some future related questions e.g: how far can you take this company? What are your future plans? How will you cope with your colleagues? How will you utilize your ideas, experiences for the betterment of this company? Etc etc
Remember good questions are the pioneer for a victorious interview so you should be extremely careful while asking them. During the interview you should also keep an eye on the person’s whom being interviewed answers and go deep in them because only these will help you to choose the perfect person for your outstanding company.