HR interview tips
Introduce Yourself or Tell me about yourself. This is the very first question and will be surely asked in every interview rounds. The best way of answering this question is to tell the interviewer about your interests, skill sets, qualifications, achievements etc. Try to avoid telling things that are already mentioned in your resume and also make sure not to sound like you have mugged this answer.
What are your strengths and weaknesses? This is one of the most commonly asked questions in an HR interview. Be honest while answering this question. Do not hesitate to mention your strengths but try to keep the count to 3-4 only by picking up the main strength that will help you in this job. While mentioning weaknesses, try to present it as a strength or get prepared for the answer to “How do you prepare to overcome this weakness?”.
Why should you be hired? The best way to answer this question is to present your skills to the interviewer and how are you planning to use it for the growth of the company.
How will you manage work pressure? Try to answer this question by giving examples of your previous experiences. Tell him/her about a situation in your life so far where you have been under pressure and still you managed to complete the task within deadline.
Why do you want to join us? This question will reflect the amount of research you have done about the company. You can mention the achievements of the company, work culture, behavior with employees, work-life balance and other positive things about the company.
What is your salary expectation? This can be a tricky question. If you are a fresher, never ever quote the exact amount that you want on your offer letter. You may ask him/her about the hike that the company generally offers to the employees but do not quote the amount.
Are you comfortable with rotational shifts? This is a most commonly asked question in the interviews of IT companies like TCS, CTS, Wipro, Infosys etc. Answering this question with a “Yes” will surely increase your chances of getting the job but it is recommended to say Yes only if you are actually comfortable with rotational shifts.
Why are you looking for a Job Change? This is a common question if you are an experienced professional and looking for a change. The best way to answer this question is to say that, You are changing your current job for growth. Make sure that you not talk negatively about or criticize the company you are currently working in.