101 Dynamite Questions to Ask at Your Job Interview by Richard Fein

By Richard Fein

Revised to mirror new questions for brand new new financial system, this well known consultant nonetheless continues to be the 1st and simply interview e-book to ascertain key questions activity seekers have to ask at hte interview.

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Or Q. Are there any "land mines" I should be looking out for after taking on this job? QUESTION 32: Turnover Rates Turnover rate is the term applied for the percentage of people who leave a job or a company within a certain period of time. This can be a sensitive question, but you should ask about it if you are concerned. There are two reasons: A question about turnover rates indicates that you are thinking seriously about your future with the firm. If the employer won't discuss the issue frankly, you may be interviewing for a job it would be better to avoid.

Phrased this way, the question may be answered with an enthusiastic review of the firm's enlightened policies. Had you asked "Are you committed to equal opportunity . . ", you could make the interviewer feel defensive. Further, she may feel that you are seeking some type of special consideration based on your gender or ethnic group. Remember that equal opportunity policies can be sensitive for many people. Whether or not you are a member of a protected group, you need to be careful. No employer is interested in hiring personality conflicts or ethnic tensions.

This makes the task of asking questions easier while also focusing your questions on subjects important to your interviewer. Four topics are particularly useful: the job, the company, the industry and external influences. You should prepare at least three questions for each of these categories. You probably won't have time to ask them all, but an inventory of questions assures that you won't find yourself speechless under the stress of your interview. At your interview, ask questions from at least two categories.

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