চাকরির ইন্টারভিউ-সাধারণ প্রশ্ন এবং পরামর্শ

ইন্টারভিউ জয় করা উত্তরগুলো

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চাকরিপ্রার্থীদের অবশ্যই দ্রুত চাকরি ইন্টারভিউ প্রক্রিয়া আয়ত্ত করতে হবে। অন্যথায়, বেকারত্বের লাইনে তাদের মেয়াদ প্রয়োজনের চেয়ে দীর্ঘ হবে।

আপনার সেরা উত্তরগুলির জন্য পরামর্শ সহ এখানে কয়েকটি সাধারণ প্রশ্ন রয়েছে:

  • Tell me about yourself and your last few jobs.” – This is not a request to hear your entire life story. Stick to your career and professional accomplishments.

 

  • What was the most difficult part of your last two jobs?” – This question provides a terrific opportunity for you to convey that you gladly accept challenges. Explain what made your last two jobs tough, but follow up by explaining how you overcame those difficulties. Discuss your job challenges in a positive, upbeat way. Use anecdotes to reinforce your narrative.

 

  • What is your management style?” – This is a tricky question. If you label yourself as a compassionate leader or a “take no prisoners” manager, you may hurt your chances with an interviewer who may want to hire the opposite type of person. Instead, explain that your management style depends on the circumstances. Stress that you have always been able to get your direct reports to work hard, and to meet or surpass their objectives.

 

  • What do people like most about you? What do they like least?” – In terms of likeability, your interviewer wants to hear that people like working with you. Say that you know how to communicate, how to handle yourself during emergencies, and that you never quit. Treat the latter question lightly: “I can’t cook” or “I am terrible at golf.”

 

  • How do you deal with people…you don’t like and who don’t like you in the workplace?” – Your reaction to this question matters more than your answer. Treat the question as if it does not apply to you. State that you always try to stay on an even keel with all your colleagues. Explain that co-workers should treat each other with respect and that is what you always do.

 

  • Why did you leave your last position?” – Your response to this question will make or break your case. Answer it most carefully. Understand that “employers identify with employers.” Do not indicate that you want to leave, or did leave, your firm because management does not, or did not, like you. State that you want to grow professionally and can do so more effectively in a different environment. If you were laid off, be honest about it. Stress that you liked where you worked, but the company had unavoidable cutbacks that included you. You want to convey one main idea: You really like, or liked, your job. Whatever you do, don’t say you need a larger salary, that is the kiss of death.

 

  • You…stayed short periods of time in your last three jobs. What’s wrong?” – This is a tough question. Try to paint as positive a picture as you can. For example, you might say, “I made some poor career choices in the past. But I have learned from them. After a few false starts, I now know exactly what I want. Your job will be perfect for me. If you hire me, I hope to work for your organization for a long time to come.

 

  • Why did you leave your last job so abruptly? Or, why do you want to leave your current job?” – This is a killer question. Search for the most “antiseptic” response. One plausible answer is that you were stymied in your career and wanted a position with more responsibility. Do not criticize your current or past employer in any way. That is a surefire way to guarantee that you won’t get a job with anyone else.

 

  • Where do you see yourself five years from now? Or, how does this job fit into your career goals?” – Again, how you answer this question is as important as what you say. If you admit that you do not have a five-year goal, you will sink your chances. But if you answer that you want to be CEO, you will seem like a fool. One plausible response: “It’s hard to predict what will happen in five years. But I will feel a sense of accomplishment if I am making an important contribution at work.”

 

  • Were you fired? And, why?” – Employers understand layoffs, so, if you can, try to present your dismissal as a layoff. Most previous employers will go along with that. Tell the interviewer you liked your job. Stay away from any emotion during your discussion. If it is impossible to avoid the fact that you were fired, be direct. Tell the interviewer that despite your firing, you still like your old firm. Try to shift the discussion to previous jobs where you did well and to the good references that you have from those companies.

 

  • What are you currently earning? Or, what have you been earning most recently?” – Answer precisely. Don’t make it appear that you earn more than you do. That would be a terrible mistake. Sometimes, a new employer will contact your old one to see what they paid you. If your new boss learns that you lied, he or she can terminate you on the spot.

 

  • What kind of money would you like to earn?” – Handle this common question by saying, “I want to earn a salary that is commensurate with the contributions I can make. I am confident I can make a substantial contribution at your firm. What does your firm plan to pay for this position?”

 

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