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Questions To Ask In An Interview

In today’s fast-paced job market, it is very important for a candidate to figure out if a company is a good fit for him/her. By having the right questions ready for the interviewer, a candidate can find his suitability to a company. Furthermore, by asking smart questions to the interviewer, one will come across as a motivated and curious candidate.

Questions to ask in an interview should be related to the interview process, company, manager, job profile, training and development, work culture, etc.

Here is a list of some smart questions to ask in an interview.

Company related
Asking questions about the company you are interviewing for will give you insights into its work culture, environment, progress graph, challenges, etc.

What is the most valued skill at your organization?
What is the best thing about this organization?
How has the company progressed over the last 5-7 years?
What changes do you see for the company in the next 5 years?
What makes this workplace special?
What are the biggest rewards of working with this company?
What challenges is the company facing right now?
What are the new products or growth ideas that the company is planning for?
Who do you consider your opponents? How do you compare?
Job profile related
Ask questions about the profile to understand the expectations that the company has for the job role and to know if you are on the same page.

I would like to understand how this role relates to the structure of the entire organization?
What have the past employees done to succeed in this position last year or prior to that?
How has this position evolved?
What are the biggest challenges of this job role?
What can I expect as a typical day in this job profile?
What projects will I be handling soon after joining?
What are the important skills for the ideal candidate for this role? Do I possess them?
Do you have any hesitations about my qualifications for this position?
Team related
Ask questions about the team to know more about the people you will be working closely with.

How many team members are there currently? Can you brief me about their job responsibilities?
Do you have plans to hire more people in the department in near future?
If I get hired, will I be assigned a mentor or manager?
How am I expected to collaborate with my future manager?
Which other departments does this team work closely with?
Can you describe the team culture?
About the interview process
Asking questions about the interview process will let you know what to expect during the next steps of the process.

What is the next step in the interview process?
How long does it take for the recruitment process to complete?
Are you looking for hiring someone immediately or is there a scope for notice period?
How many candidates have already interviewed for this position?
When can I expect to hear from you next?
About the interviewer
Asking questions to the interviewer about his association with the organization will help you build a rapport with him. It will also help both of you to get at ease with each other.

For how long have you been associated with the company?
What do you enjoy the most about working here?
How has your career graph evolved after being hired by this organization?