Gianni wrote: »
Treat any interview as an informal chat to assess whether you want the job. In my opinion an interview should flow naturally and be a two way process, i.e. ask questions naturally throughout as they will with you. Don't have a list of questions to ask at the very end as a checkbox exercise.
It's also worth attending interviews perhaps once or twice every year just to keep your hand in. I also do this to establish my market worth which comes in handy when negotiating raises. That way if you are not happy with your appraisal it's a case of "I feel I'm worth more and plan on putting myself on the open market" which is fair enough in my opinion.
PGM wrote: »
Thankyou, and goodnight :001_smile:
A-Vic wrote: »
Also one i always ask and i think the most important why is it the job came about - just because if staff keep leaving why???
blobbyh wrote: »
How about "I know where you live so when do I start?"