How do you feel about your performance this year?
I’ve observed that you are steadily improving in all areas of your job.
My impression is that your performance has way exceeded our expectations this year.
I expect you to have completed your review of expenses by Tuesday.
I would like you to organize an employee First Aid course by January.
Please could you set up a meeting with all the relevant personnel by the end of the week?
– So, could you tell about yourself?
– I did Business Studies at Princeton and then joined Kays Brothers where I worked part-time while finishing my accountancy qualifications. I joined my current company five years ago and have worked my way up to audit manager.
– Perhaps you could tell me, what do you know about this company?
– Well, I know you have been very active in India over the last five years with the Mumbai City Transit System. What was it now? A two billion-dollar contract to provide not only the trains but also all the electronic equipment for the system, I think.
– Yes, quite a difficult project. We had a lot of trouble with subcontractors.
– Yes, l understand it was very challenging. But in the end the project was completed on time and within budget. So you must have been pleased with the final result.
– That’s true and, of course, it is an excellent reference project for us…
What are your weaknesses, would you say?
What are your goals for the next five years?
What do you feel has been your biggest achievement to date?
Why would you like to leave your current job?
What do you know about our company?
What makes you suitable for this job, do you think?
What is good customer service, in your view?
Why should l hire you for this job?
Do you prefer to work independently or as part of a team?
Tell me a bit about yourself.
Tell me about a situation where you worked well under pressure.
What are your greatest strengths and weaknesses?
What has been most rewarding about your current job?
What major challenges have you faced in your current role? How have you handled them?