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  • Sales Development Manager(3 )ABC Company, Andheri
  • QA Aalayest(3 )ABC Company, Andheri
  • QA Aalayest(3 )ABC Company, Andheri
  • Sales Development Manager(3 )ABC Company, Andheri

Candidate Zone

If you are an individual looking to advance your professional career, we'd like to hear more about your career ambitions to see where we can take you. Tell us more about you, so we can assess your options and work together to agree which organisation best suits your professional skills or management strength.

Common Interview Questions:

1. Tell me about yourself:

This is the most common question in interviews. Prepare a brief paragraph in your mind, but be careful that it does not sound practiced. Keep it concise and to the point. Speak about your existing profile and try to relate to the profile you are interviewing for. Start describing your profile with the ascending order of your past jobs.

2. Why did you leave your last job:

Irrespective of your previous company's experience, DO NOT mentions any issues with the management and never speak negative about your supervisors, colleagues, or the organization. SMILE and talk about a positive reason for leaving such as a better opportunity, gain of knowledge or other optimistic reasons.

3. What kind of salary do you need:

This is a TRAP, don't fall for it. Avoid answering this question. Instead of answering this, say, it's a tough question. Could you tell me the salary range you are offering? In most cases, the interviewer will tell you. If not, say that it can depend on the particulars of the job. Then give a wide range.

4. Explain how you would be an asset to this organization:

Show that you have given much thought to this question. This is the best chance to emphasize your strengths as they speak about the position being discussed. Give a forward thinking to this association.

5. Why should we hire you:

In brief, highlight how your assets (knowledge / ethics / steadiness / decision making) could meet with the organizations requirements. Do not compare yourself with any other candidates.

6. If hired, how long would you like to work with us:

Don't be very particular, about the number of years you are planning to work. Say: I am looking for long term relationship which will help us in mutual growth. Or as long as we together feel that I am doing an excellent job.

7. What do you know about this organization:

Research on the organization is required before the interview. Check the history of the company, the issues they face, the services and products they offer and their important clients