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Helo Cud u please tel me what question are asked during a telephonic intervu for various posts.... thank u
From India, New Delhi

Dear Anjali,
telephonic enquiry is mostly conducted to obtain following information
Current designation
eighther the employee have been interviewed before?
Candidate's Interest
and other requirments which we need but not to be disclosed.
i have also attached format of initial telephonic enquiry.
Shahid Munir

From Pakistan, Lahore
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Dear Anjali,
Telephonic interview is basically conducted to screen candidate and decrease the cost and time involved in recruitment process. A small telephonic interview can help you decide whether to move on or not.
The questions that can be asked are:
1) Present Employer
2) Present Designation
3) Present Job profile
4) Profile that he would like to pursue / area of his interest
5) Reason for change
6) Present CTC
After that, if you feel that the candiadte suits your requirement then discuss the profile that you are offering and check for his interest for the same.
All these questions are valid for a intial telephonic screening round. Incase its a technical/final interview then probably more insightful questins need to be asked.

Dear Anjali,
Sometimes if your client is too strict about some of the criteria then you can go in details can collect/confirm following set of details from Candidate while interacting....

Major Qualification (s)
M.E. Industrial
Year of passing :
% / Grade :
B.E. Production
Year of passing :
% / Grade :
Diploma Mechanical
Year of passing :
% / Grade :

Current Employer

Current Designation

Current Location

Total Experience

Current CTC

Expected CTC

Notice Period

Willingness to relocate

This is just a brief... You can add many such questions depending upon the requirement....

hi,while taking telephonic interview for any position/skill.the general questions to be asked are1.current company2.current designation3.what role he is playing in the company4.ctc5.ectc6.Notice exp and rel exp8.reason for change9.check whether he has any gaps in education or experience,,,if yes,why?10.if the position is for middle level management, you can ask question in their subject to know where he stands in his field/subject...(for techie,,,for all skills sheet prepare a basic questions,,,,you get in google)11.any prior interview taken in your company?12.does he know any one in your company?also remember to check whether candidate is speaking confidentially,and check whether he is genuine....Regards,Swetha
From India, Pune
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From Vietnam, Hanoi
Hi I uploaded one but it can not display. What is problem? How can I repair? Apart from that, you also can refer more resoueces at: Rgs
From Vietnam, Hanoi

Top 10 Phone Interview Questions
Why did you leave your last job? Why do you want to leave your current job? How did you lose your last job?
What are you currently earning?
What are your salary expectations?
Will you relocate?
Will you travel? What % of overnight travel would you be willing to do on a monthly basis?
On a scale of 1 -10, how would you rank your skill level of: (fill in the blank)? (computer skills; computer programs like PowerPoint, Excel, Word, ProE; computer systems like SAP or JDE; quality systems like ISO, TS-16949; manufacturing processes like injection molding, machining, casting; global sourcing; or other specific skill requirements.)
What are your career goals?
What are your greatest strengths?
What was your greatest accomplishment? Also, what were your 3 greatest accomplishments
When could you start working here?

From India, Bangalore
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