This question is to find out whether you have been listening your potential employer or interviewer during the job interview. Make sure that have some questions in your head to ask to the interviewer at the end of the interview.
We will be listing some of them below so you can use them for yourself at your job interview. Interviewers would have the answers you need however if they can’t answer any question which is still ok as they will get back to you with an answer later on after your interview.
This is your turn to show that you have been listening carefully to everything your interviewer has told you and also for you to ask anything you feel hasn’t been covered.
Start by giving a brief sum of what you have been told which shows that you have understood it and understand what they would be expecting of you then ask what you feel is missing such as:
- How many days holiday? And how does it work?
- How many staff work in this office/Company?
- What salary is attached to this role?
- Are there any company benefits?
- Has anyone else done this role and how did they fit in so I can do better?
- What is the dress code?
- How long have you been here?
- Why do you like your job?
You can add up more questions tailored to your own personal situations. Salary can also be asked and negotiated during the job interviews however this question would need more preparations than any other questions.
There are various questions that continue the relationship you are hopefully building with your employer whilst still finding out very vital answers that you need to know.
Don’t waste this opportunity, you have key people in front of you who are willing to answer your questions so make sure you ask what you want to know and utilise this time as you probably won’t get it again.
Remember that asking questions shows that you have been listening and that you are interested enough to ask.