Some of the questions that came in my mind:
- Tell about yourself
- Recruitment cycle and understanding of all stages
- Different sources for sourcing and what does he think which one is the best...
- Idea about the demand and supply of Human capital in the market
- choice between selection between two candidates as an example
- questions on patience because that is more needed during the joining period
- What does he know about the company, this shows how better he can pitch about the company and how he has prepared for the interview
And one more suggestion,,, your question should have been... what are the skills one must look for in a fresher for a recruiter position rather than what are the questions..
Anyways all the best..
Wish you get the right candidates.
Good Job Naveen!
Apart from the above questions, kindly focus on the following too:
In times of recession, how do you think HR can be value adding? What are the areas you as a fresher can contribute for the betterment of the process?
How is the recruitment industry performing? Have you done any research on the same?
Can you brief about the Performance Management system that you have learnt, and which one do you think will be the best to implement.
If you are the interviewer - please ask the question " Tell me about yourself"
If you are the candidate:
Please prepare for this question, becuase your self image, your background, confidence about self and passion for the job will be gauged in this.
1. Tell us something about yourself.
While answering this question, highlight your strengths and describe your achievements. You can describe your academic career and end with your work experience.
2. Academic performance is another subject that is bound to crop up.
The interviewer is looking for a trend and consistency in your academic track record.
3. Tell us about your extra-curricular achievements.
The interviewer will try to ascertain if you have been involved in activities other than academic ones.
4. Describe your strengths and weakness.
This helps the interviewer assess how deeply you have analysed yourself.
5. What's your general awareness like?
The interviewer hopes to have an idea of your knowledge about things happening around the world.
6. Have you planned your career?
Here the interviewer tries to gauge if you have a vision and are working towards achieving it.
7. What's your work experience?
A large part of the interview may be focused on this section with the interviewer trying to assess how much knowledge the aspirant has of the various facets of his job and the lessons he learnt at his previous workplaces.
8. What do you know about the organisation you're hoping to join, job profile, industry trends and competition?
9. What is your ultimate career goal and are you clear about your objectives?
10. To what length would you go to achieve your goal?
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