One of the obvious reasons why people fail in HR interviews is lack of preparation. Are you getting ready for an HR interview? Before you pull up your sleeves, here’s a set of 10 HR interview questions to read.

 

Prepare well with your answers to improve your chance of getting hired.

Q1. Introduce yourself.

Seems simple. But, not really. You should be able to describe your skill sets and experience confidently before the interviewer. Give an accurate account of your professional strengths here.

 

Q2. What are your biggest strengths?  

This is one of the frequently repeated questions in HR interviews. It is intended to test how humble you are to describe your strengths. While you list out your strengths, make sure they align with the skill sets required for the post you are applying for.

 

Q3. Tell us your weaknesses  

This question demands a smarter answer from your side. In fact, try putting your strengths in the guise of a weakness. Maybe that you are too pushy, or inclined to perfection, or something like that.

 

Q4. Tell us about your achievements  

This question is in close similarity with the question about your strengths. So give examples that justify your strengths that you have mentioned earlier. Prove that you’re a constant learner through certification courses.

 

Q5. You are overqualified for this position, aren’t you?

Yet another tricky question. Here, show the employer that how the company will benefit if they hire you. Concentrate on the advantages the company gets instead of analysing the drawbacks.

 

Q6. Why did you apply for our company?

This is how your interviewer analyses whether you have done your homework about the company. Grab the chance and explain whatever you have learned in your research about the organisation.

 

Q7. Do you work under pressure?

A ‘yes’ or ‘definitely’ will not be enough for a convincing answer here. Instead, site examples from your career on how you were able to handle pressure efficiently.

 

Q8. What is one thing that you want to change in yourself?

The interviewer is trying to make you confess about your weakness. Play smart here. Be careful while you answer this question. Add a pinch of diplomacy.

 

Q9. How happy are you in your career now?

The interviewers want to know you career aspirations. Also, they analyse your self-esteem and confidence in this question. So, give a positive reply.

 

Q10. What is one of toughest decision in your life?

Interviewees hardly think of this question. So, you may get a shock. But don’t be nervous. Give a reply which is close to truth.

 

So the end note is, don’t be afraid about interviews. Prepare well and walk in with confidence!

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