- Posted by Vidcruiter
- On September 3, 2012
- 0 Comments
- applicant tracking 2.0, artificial intelligence hiring, interview system, talent hiring system
Job Duty Questions
Job duty questions are intended to uncover exaggerations in the resume of the applicant. These statements may be true but they are that often in fact exaggerated. These type of question are also meant for the talent acquisitionrecruiter to see whether the applicant understands what the job duties of the vacancy actually entail. Through these questions, the recruiter may also evaluate whether the applicant needs more training.
Here are examples of job duty questions to be asked during the interview:
-Where did you last work and what were your primary responsibilities for this company?
-Were there any instances that you’ve performed poorly in your last job? Can you tell us how you have overcome such performance?
-What are your reasons for quitting your job and joining our company?
-What were your successes in the previous company you’ve worked for?
-Can you demonstrate to us how a customer service employee should handle a customer’s concerns?
-Do you think that we need to improve our current work skills status? How can you say so?
-How do you deal with your current co-workers?
-How did you handle cases on downsizing your previous company’s operational costs and what have you done to achieve your objectives?
-Do you have any idea of how your past supervisor will remember you?
-Is the position you’re applying for right now similar to any of the positions you have held before?
-Can you tell us about a relevant lesson you’ve gained from your past job?
-If you were given the chance to change two things about your previous work, what would these two things be?
-What do you think of your previous supervisor?
-Describe the nature of the clients you’ve dealt with in your past job.
-Which skills do you have that you deem as helpful to the job you’re applying for?
-How do you go about with your work?
-Have your past employments prepared you for the position you’re currently applying for?
-Have you engaged in or suggested big company projects during your previous employment?
-Have you established a good relationship with your past supervisors or subordinates?
-What is a superior customer service performance to you?
-Do you continuously read or study materials parallel to your present work?
-What pushed you to change employment?
In our next article, we will discuss personality questions and indicate what should be asked when conducting job interviews.
To learn more about how you can improve your hiring go to www.vidcruiter.com.
And don’t forget to enter your email address at the top right of this blog to receive our latest posts!