During the interview, the interviewer will ask the applicant, and the applicant's answer will become an important basis for the interviewer to consider whether to accept him. It is vital for candidates to understand the "tricky" behind these issues. This article sorts out some typical questions that often occur during interviews, and provides corresponding answers and reference answers. Readers do not need to pay too much attention to the details of the analysis. The key is to "understand" the interview rules and the way of thinking to answer questions from these analyses to achieve "active learning and practical use ".
Question 1: "Please introduce yourself"
Idea: 1. This is a required question for the interview. 2. The content should be consistent with your resume. 3. colloquial expressions as much as possible. 4. Do not talk about irrelevant or useless content. 5. The Organization should be clear and the layers should be clear. 6. It is best to write your skills in the form of text in advance.
Question 2: "talk about your family situation"
Train of Thought: 1. The situation plays a certain role in understanding the character, concept, and mentality of the candidate. This is the main reason why the Recruitment Unit asks this question. 2. Simple listing of the family population. 3. emphasize a warm and harmonious family atmosphere. 4. Emphasize parents' importance on their own education. 5. Emphasize the good condition of family members. 6. Emphasize the support of family members for their work. 7. Emphasize your sense of responsibility to the family.
Question 3: "What hobbies do you have ?"
Ideas: 1. Hobbies can reflect the personality, concept, and mentality of candidates to a certain extent, which is the main reason why recruitment companies ask this question. 2. It is best not to say that you do not have any hobbies. 3. Do not say that you have vulgar and unpleasant hobbies. 4. It is best not to say that you are limited to reading, listening to music, or surfing the Internet. Otherwise, the interviewer may doubt that the candidate is unsociable. 5. It is best to have some outdoor hobbies to "Embellish" your image.
Question 4: "Who do you worship most ?"
Ideas: 1. The most admired person can reflect the personality, concept, and mentality of the candidate to a certain extent, which is the main reason for the interviewer to ask this question. 2. It is not advisable to say that no one worships. 3. Do not worship yourself. 4. It is not advisable to worship an illusory or unknown person. 5. It is not advisable to worship a person with a clear negative image. 6. It is best for everyone to "build" relationships with the job they apply. 7. It is best to express the qualities and thoughts of the people you worship infect yourself and inspire yourself.
Question 5: "What is your motto ?"
Ideas: 1. the motto reflects the personality, concept, and mentality of the applicant to a certain extent. This is the main reason for the interviewer to ask this question. 2. It is not advisable to say the motto that may cause bad associations. 3. It is not advisable to say those motto that are too abstract. 4. It is not advisable to say a long motto. 5. The motto is best to reflect your own excellent qualities. 6. refer to the answer-"finding a method for success rather than making excuses for failure"
Question 6: "talk about your shortcomings"
Idea: 1. It is not advisable to say that you have no disadvantages. 2. We should not describe the obvious advantages as disadvantages. 3. It is inappropriate to state the shortcomings that seriously affect the job you apply. 4. It is not advisable to express the unpleasant and uncomfortable shortcomings. 5. I can tell you some shortcomings that are "irrelevant" to the job I have applied for, or even some shortcomings on the surface. From the perspective of work, they are advantages and disadvantages.
Question 7: "talk about your failure experience"
Idea: 1. I should not say that I have no failure experience. 2. We should not describe the obvious successes as failures. 3. It is inappropriate to state the failure experience that seriously affects the job to be applied for. 4. The result of the experience should be a failure. 5. It should be noted that you had confidence and tried your best before the failure. 6. It indicates that the failure is only caused by external objective reasons. 7. After the failure, I quickly cheered up and faced my future work with greater enthusiasm.
Question 8: "Why do you choose our company ?"
Ideas: 1. The interviewer tries to understand your motivation, desire, and attitude towards the job. 2. We recommend that you answer this question from the perspectives of industry, enterprise, and position. 3. refer to the answer: "I am very optimistic about the industry in which your company is located. I think your company attaches great importance to talents and this job is very suitable for me. I believe that you will be able to do well ."
Question 9: "What are the foreseeable difficulties for this job ?"
Idea: 1. It is not appropriate to directly express the specific difficulties; otherwise, the other party may doubt that the applicant will not be able to do so. 2. You can try a roundabout tactic to express the attitude of the applicant towards the difficulty-"It is common and inevitable to encounter some difficulties at work, however, any difficulty can be overcome as long as you have perseverance, a good spirit of cooperation, and well-prepared preparations beforehand."
Question 10: "How will you start your work if I hire you"
Train of Thought: 1. If a candidate lacks sufficient understanding of the position to be applied for, it is best not to say the specific method of his or her work. 2. You can try to answer the question with roundabout tactics, for example, "first listen to the instructions and requirements of the leadership, then get familiar with the situation, then prepare a recent work plan and report it to the leadership for approval, and finally carry out the work according to the plan."
Question 11: "What do you do if you disagree with your superiors ?"
Idea: 1. Generally, you can answer this question as follows: "I will give explanations and reminders to the superiors. In this case, I will obey the opinions of the superiors ." 2. If you are the general manager, and you have another manager in the position you apply for, and the manager is not present at the time, you can answer: "For non-principle questions, I will obey the opinions of my superiors. I hope to reflect the problems that involve the company's interests to higher-level leaders."
Question 12: "Why should we hire you ?"
Ideas: 1. It is best for applicants to answer questions from the Recruitment Unit perspective. 2. Recruitment agencies generally employ such candidates: they basically meet the requirements, are interested in this group, and have sufficient confidence. 3. For example, "I meet your company's recruitment requirements. I am fully qualified for this job based on my skills, high sense of responsibility, and good adaptability and learning skills. I very much hope to serve your company. If your company gives me this opportunity, I will be the pillar of your company !"
Question 13: "What can you do for us ?"
Idea: 1. In principle, "Do what you like ". 2. Before answering this question, it is best for the applicant to "preemptively" and understand the role that the recruitment Organization expects to play in this position. 3. Candidates can answer this question based on their understanding and their advantages in the professional field.
Question 14: "You are a fresh graduate and lack of experience. How can you be competent for this job ?"
Train of Thought: 1. If the Recruitment Unit asks this question to the new graduates, it means that the Recruitment Unit does not really care about "experience". The key is how to answer the question. 2. The answer to this question should best reflect the applicant's sincerity, wit, courage and dedication. 3. For example, "as a fresh graduate, I do not have much work experience. Therefore, I have been using various opportunities to work part-time in this industry during my studies. I also found that the actual work is far more complex than the knowledge of books. However, I have a strong sense of responsibility, adaptability, and learning ability, and I am also very diligent. Therefore, I have been able to complete all kinds of work in part-time jobs, and my experience has benefited me a lot. Please rest assured that I am qualified for this position by my school and part-time job experience ."
Question 15: "What kind of superiors do you want to work ?"
Ideas: 1. the applicant's "hope" for his superiors can determine his or her self-requirement awareness. This is both a trap and an opportunity. 2. It is best to avoid the specific hopes of superiors and talk more about their own requirements. 3. For example, "as a newcomer to society, I should require myself to familiarize myself with the environment and adapt to the environment as soon as possible, instead of asking me to do anything about the environment, you only need to make full use of my expertise."
Question 16: "Why did you leave your previous company ?"
Idea: 1. The most important thing is that the applicant believes that the "reason for leaving" of the former employer does not exist in this recruitment unit. 2. Avoid making the reason for resignation too detailed and too specific. 3. Do not mix subjective negative feelings, such as "lucky", "complex interpersonal relationships", "too chaotic management", "companies do not pay attention to talents", and "companies reject employees of a certain company. 4. However, you cannot dodge, such as "changing the environment" or "personal reasons. 5. Do not involve your own negative personality characteristics, such as dishonesty, laziness, lack of sense of responsibility, or easygoing. 6. Try to make the reason as good as possible for the applicant's personal image. 7. For example, "I resigned because the company closed down. I have been working in the company for more than three years and have deep feelings. Since last year, due to sudden changes in the market situation, the company's situation has soared. I am sorry for this step, but I still need to face the display and find a new stage that can leverage my capabilities ." The same interview question is not just one answer, but the same answer is not effective in any interview. The key is to grasp the specific situation of the interview after the applicant has mastered the rules, consciously figure out the psychological background of the interviewer's question and give it to others.