Let’s go through a simple example; you are in a diamond shop to buy a diamond ring.
What type of questions you will ask to be a serious buyer?
Some Silly Question?
Will you ask such a silly question?
If it’s a new job then the expectations will be different. If somebody is leaving then it shows that the office is there, people are there, some routine work is going on and you have to be part of the current team to run the show in an impressive way.
This question will show your seriousness. A senior position will require detailed handover. Definitely, management doesn’t want to hear any excuse after your joining.
That’s can be a tricky question to get management intention. Try to get as much information possible, and you can address any topics that haven’t already discussed.
Here you will get the idea of the size of the team, the expected volume of the business, the hierarchy and so on.
Here you can understand the process and the technology used by the company to run its operation
It shows that you are interested in the Interview process and you gain important information about the timeline for hiring so that you can follow up accordingly.
Frequently Asked Questions:
There are some common question people ask, like;
The interviewer wants to know your interest level. How well you are prepared for the job? You can create an impact over the interviewer so he can remember that a guy came for an interview and he knows his job well.
Definitely yes. Don’t lose the opportunity to ask the most relevant question. In this way, you can get the opportunity to understand what’s going on in the mind of the interviewer and as a result you can adjust your answers accordingly.
- Is this a newly created job or someone is leaving?
- If somebody is leaving than how much time he will give to hand over his responsibilities?
- What are the expectations of the management from this role?
- How many people will I be working with?
Remember the interview is over. Here you have a chance to create a rapport by asking at least 3 to 4 relevant and well-prepared questions.
Try to be relevant, dont be boring and ask questions halfheartedly and like;
- What is the office timing?
- Do you people do late sitting?
- What are the chances of me getting selected?
- What is the salary increment policy of management?