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101 Questions to Ask Job Candidates

101 Questions to Ask Job Candidates During an Interview

101 Questions to Ask Job CandidatesA business is only as good as the employees who work for it. Regardless of the industry or niche, all businesses require a group of strong, loyal and dedicated employees to succeed. This is why it’s important for employers to ask the right questions during a job interview. Doing so will allow employers to separate the good candidates from the bad ones. Here are 101 questions to ask job candidates during an interview.

101 Questions to Ask Job Candidates

Whether it’s money, to develop new skills, for personal enjoyment, to advance one’s career, or a combination of all the above, you should find out why the candidate wants to work for your company.

Where Have You Worked in the Past?

Granted, this information is probably included in the candidate’s application, but popping the question in person can reveal other information about the candidate’s past work history that would otherwise go unnoticed. So when interviewing candidates for a job opening, ask where they have worked in the past.

When a Problem Arises on the Job, How do You Handle it?

Ask candidates about their ability handle problems when on the job. You can adjust this question according to your own business, but the general idea is to find out how candidates handle problems that they may encounter. Some candidates may attempt to fix the problem themselves, whereas others may seek the help of a manager.

If Hired, How Long do You Plan to Work for Us?

This question is pretty self-explanatory. It’s always a good idea to determine how long candidates want to work for your company. If they are looking for a temporary “summer job,” for instance, you could be forced to invest additional time and resources into replacing them just months later.

Where do You See Yourself in Five Years?

The golden question of job interviews: where do you see yourself in five years? Ideally, you want to hire candidates who are aspiring and motivated to succeed. If lack an optimistic view on the future, it’s doubtful they’ll have the motivation and determination to grow your business.

These are just a few of the top questions to ask candidates during a job interview. Feel free to create your own list of questions tailored to fit your business. Asking the right questions will go a long ways in identifying the best possible candidates.

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Intrepid Private Capital Group • April 15, 2016


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