Approaching the new job environment can be tricky, but you need to make sure wholeheartedly that you’re going to the right place for you.
Here are the 3 interview questions you should be asking at an interview that will provide you the answers you’re looking for in an interview.
1. Company Assessment
Employees are always assessed in companies, so talking about what the interviewer and higher management really value the most and how they measure success as both a company and on a more individual level is important.
Understanding the companies values and what they believe takes priority can help you see the job through a new lens and allow you to hit the ground running and get straight on with your targets. It also lets you develop the conversation with your interviewers, telling them how you can contribute to the values of the company and how you strategically approach an issue to produce a successful outcome.
2. Company Environment
The environment you work in can have a massive impact on how happy you are in your work life. You can love the job you do but if you and your colleagues do not have a good relationship or the workplace environment, in general, isn’t suited to you then it can have a huge impact on your happiness.
Asking the interviewers what they think is the positive and negative part of their workplace will show them that you have a genuine interest in their company and the job you are applying for.
3.Your job role!
Although the employer will cover the basics of your job role and what is expected of you, it is also important to understand other aspects of the role. You should ask about the training that is provided within the role and also how long you will be provided training for. This way you know exactly what to expect when you start your new role and arent hit with any surprises. It is also a good idea to find out who you will be working alongside and find out a bit more about the rest of the Team and what they do.