Most of us walk into interviews with pre-thought out answers to the most asked questions, such as ‘Where do you see yourself in 5 years and what are your strengths and weaknesses?’
Why not take the 10 minutes at the end of ‘Have you got any questions?’ to find out more about the interviewer and their company. Asking questions makes you appear inquisitive, eager to learn and keen to understand the roles expectations.
As recruiters, we’ve heard the best and worse questions that candidates have asked during an interview. From feedback from clients, they want someone who is well researched, positive and eager to learn.
For popular roles, group interview stages are often the first contact a candidate has with the employer. The competition is to your left and right, you need to stand out.
Here are our tips on making an impact: