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Make the right first impression
To court success in a job interview, you need to know how to create a lasting impression on the interviewer. And, that is where we come in. Keep reading!
Important Interview Questions You Should Prepare For The HR Round
There are many rounds in a job interview process. One such round is HR interview without which no interview is complete. During the HR interview, the hiring manager is testing whether you are an ideal candidate for the job role or not. To determine that, there a few common HR interview questions that you should prepare beforehand.
Now, these are some of the common interview questions that you should know how to answer.
Q1: Tell me about yourself
Although the hiring manager has all the necessary information, they want to know why you think you are ideal for the job role. Plus, the hiring manager is looking for any information that you might have skipped.
When answering this interview question, you should talk about your skills, work experiences, internships, extra-curriculum, etc. Add in a few strengths related to the job post. Moreover, quote an example of your achievement.
However, keep your answer short and relevant. The hiring manager doesn’t want to listen to your life story. Most importantly, don’t just quote your resume.
Q2: What are your strengths and weaknesses?
This is another most common interview question. Now, the hiring manager wants to know how truthful you are when answering this question. Instead of lying, try to use the truth to make your point.
When talking about your weakness, talk about something which is not directly related to the job post. Mention how you are aware of your weaknesses and are working on them. Now, when talking about your strengths, you should sound confident and not a narcissist.
Q3: Why are you interested in this job?
This interview question presents you with a chance to tell the hiring manager about your skills and how you are the ideal candidate for the job.
In your answer, you can incorporate your skills, strengths and goals. Now, this will show the hiring manager that the job role is aligned with your goals.
However, make sure when linking your skills and achievements to the job, you are also giving examples that will strengthen your candidature.
Q4: Where do you see yourself in five years?
The motive behind the hiring manager asking this question is to know how serious you are towards your career. The hiring manager is looking for both short term and long terms goals and how you plan to achieve them.
First and foremost, mention your goals and how the job post will help them achieve it. Moreover, talk about your existing skills and how you want to develop new skills and earn a few certifications.
However, if you are still confused about what you want to do, then keep your answer general. For instance, you can tell the hiring manager that you want to gain some hands-on experience in the industry before going for further education.
Q5: What is your salary expectations?
If the hiring manager is asking this interview question, then is a chance that they are seriously considering your candidature.
Before answering this question, you need to research on the salary structure prevailing in the industry. Moreover, remember to quote a number a bit higher than the average.
However, if you are unsure about quoting a number, then you can quote a salary range. But don’t quote any number out of the thin air as this might affect your chances of bagging the job opportunity.
There are some of the standard interview questions that you should prepare before going for the HR round. This will help you in answering the questions with confidence, clarity and fluency. If you feel like taking extra help to improve your interviewing skills, then you can opt for Mock-AI. It will help you improve your voice modulation, clarity, pronunciation, interview etiquettes, etc.
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