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Whats the toughest interview question you have ever faced??
You can provide the response to that question so that others might learn from it.....
You can ask for a response from others in case you still have not been able to get a satisfying response....
Would like to make it very clear that there is no right or wrong....what may be the toughest question for one could be the easiest for another and thats where the help is needed. Kindly do not mock at somebody...
25th August 2009 From India
1. If you are offered better pay package from our competitor, will you join them?
2. What if you are appreciated more during your Boss presence.
3. What if, if your de-promoted for your unfair practices in our company.
4. What will be your reaction if are told to resign immediately.
25th August 2009 From India, Mumbai
Hi Joshi,
Good thread.....The question which I had faced was;
Tell me the problem, which u hav faced?, wat are the means carried by u to solve it? and wat is the outcome?
I have managed n answered. But the interviewer triggered another question and which was;
wat type of interview question is this??
frnz, share ur views on both the questions............
25th August 2009 From India, Mangaluru
1. Why should we hire you?
2. What made you feel that our company is the best for your employment while there are so many MNC's that pays huge salaries???
3. If you want to quit your current company just for the sake of better oppurtunities then what is the guarentee that we will provide you such oppurtunities?
4. What difference will you show apart from the routine job that everyone does if we hire you?
5. I like people who are very frank. Ok now tell me what do you feel about me after leaving our office premises.
25th August 2009 From India, Madras
1. Sure.....but its applicable only when i dont have job satisfaction here because am not the one who run behind money. I am person who strongly believe in Hard work and Knowledge and money will automatically follow me if am succesful in aquiring both of them.

2. If will immediately thank my boss in everyones presence because all these positive synergies would not have been possible without his support.

3. Unfair practices - No room for such happenings in my professional life and if am in your position i will terminate such employee rather than de-promoting him/her as we never knew the side effects of such person to an healthy organisation.

4. Resignation and termination differ from each other. Employees with bad conduct will be terminated where as good employees doesnt fall under that category at all. So it may be due to current market situations(Recession - company cannot pay anymore to its employees), or company doesnt have enough funds to run their business, or am on bench. If am asked to resign with any of these reasons then i will request them to provide me 2more months of employment as i need to search for a new job and didnt want to have a gap as it will impact my professional career.


25th August 2009 From India, Madras
Great...surely one of those good reverts that might just click in the interviews......
The last two replies could make one being perceived as a aggresive...so one can tweak a bit...lets say -
3. I dont think I would ever be demoted for my unfair pratices as I am quite strong with my ethical standards and being a professional its my responsibility to ensure that all the professional worklplace conducts are adhered to...
4. Speaking frankly, this is not the scenario one would expect himself into and I must confess if that happens I would definitly be shocked and surprised.... < and then one can continue.>
25th August 2009 From India
Good thread.
I was once asked in a particularly difficult interview "If you had free time in office, how would you spend it?"
I answered; by taking time to learn, research on my subject area etc, work on my skills etc but the interviewer told me upfront that he is not satisfied with the answer.
Have been wondering what he was expecting, can someone help??
25th August 2009 From India, Mumbai
I will try not to react immediately and lose sight of the actual problem. I would be more intersted in knowing the reason, and see if it can be avoided at the max
25th August 2009 From India, Madras
Hi All,
Pls do the needful by providing me with relevant answers.
Regards,
Shivani
1.What are your strength as an HR?
2.Why woul we hire you?
3.Why are you looking for a job change?
What is the best way of introducing one's self?(by Me)
25th August 2009 From India, Delhi
One thing - I would definitely try to think If I goofed anywhere and sit and think If I made it up or not. Propbably even replay the whole interview session with my dear & near and seek their opinion if I will pass this interview.

Another - I would surely try to find more information about the Hiring Manager in this case you). I am sorry if this sounds wierd but thats what I will do.
25th August 2009 From India, Madras
I would say "I would check if there is anything eklse I can add to my portfolio and concentrate as an extended / smart goal!"
25th August 2009 From India, Madras
God I love this Thread.. Thanks to the person who started it. :-) Okay guys for once I will stop and see what others have to answer ;-) Too much of Ash Mathew all over this thread.
25th August 2009 From India, Madras
Dear Members
Here are few more questions my side-
1. Which is your worst boss, under which you have previously worked?
2. Tell us the situation when your work or efforts were criticized.
3. Could you have done much better in your last job?
4. How do you consider starting new for new business?
5 On a rate of 10 rate me as an Interviewer.
6. If you win the title of 'Koun Banega Karodpati' will you still work with us.
7. Tell us something negative about our company that you have heard or read.
8. Try to sell me this stapler.
9. Do you have guts to fire people.
10. Aren't you over qualified for this position.
25th August 2009 From India, Mumbai
[QUOTE=simmy2009;840760]Dear Members

Here are few more questions my side-

1. Which is your worst boss, under which you have previously worked?

My first boss - because I thought he was a nightmare but not today :-) He taught me the basics, I am so thankful to my "most worse boss"

2. Tell us the situation when your work or efforts were criticized.

When I started of as a fresher - I gave my opinions to the recruotment team for new methods. SInce I was a fresher, the team criticised me saying that I am new and cant suggest.

However, before leaving my first job I was tagged by my boss as "Creative & bubblin with energy - that made me happy"

3. Could you have done much better in your last job? Maybe, had I known the existing issues much before I started gto work on a few problems :-)

4. How do you consider starting new for new business?
That seems like a challenge to me - but I would do that only if I hold extensive experience and more exposure in risky scenaiors. I hate jumping into conclusions just because I see teh adventurouse side in it lacking details on actual facts

5 On a rate of 10 rate me as an Interviewer.

I am sorry that I have to rate you on a scle - you will not believe me if I rate you 10/10. But on the basis of Poor average Good Excellent, I would say "Excellent". (If he asks why/.... I would thank him for the patience and for the interesting questions to probe more into a person - like wanting to know "risk taking ability through asking about new business"

6. If you win the title of 'Koun Banega Karodpati' will you still work with us.

Sure - I would only think of multiplying assets ;-) Jokes apart - I dont think I will be satisfied with just the money - if that was the case I would not be looking at better challenging opportunities.

7. Tell us something negative about our company that you have heard or read.

I am afraid - but is there anything going on like that? :-) well, I would look into facts and reality than just mere gossip. Cos if tomorrow someone talks bad abt me - I owuld want you to get into facts before reacting on what was in the story

8. Try to sell me this stapler. - Sir it will fix your documents together, and has a neat holder that does not pressurize your finger. I will also give you a pack of staple pins for free along with this stapler. And no one apart from us - offer a free demo on "Using this product."

9. Do you have guts to fire people.

My guts will talk only with facts and reason.

10. Aren't you over qualified for this position.

Am I? I am sorry I did not gauge myself properly, but could you please tel me why I should look at a higher profile that this?
25th August 2009 From India, Madras
Thanks starting this thread.

I am not telling about the toughest question faced by me, but a real incident which happened last day.

I conduct interview for many firms as an outsider. On one of such interviews, which was on last thursday, (20.08.09) I asked a boy ( he was not very smart, but good, completed his graduation and had a good look ) that what is his career goal.

I don't know what was wrong with my question, but all of a sudden he took my hand a give a loud weep in the midst of weep, he said, he don't have anything like that. Then I asked him very softly, whether he understood my question he said yes.

Then I talked to the boy outside, came to know about his problem. Though not selected for the specific firm, I have given him some courage from my side. From that day to till, he is calling me on a regular basis, and saying about the progress he is having.

It was rather tough for me because a person sitting in front of me was crying. But now, I am very happy that I can atleast help me in setting a career goal.
25th August 2009 From India, Kochi
I think the answer would depends on the position you are applying. For example... if i would be applying for a post of a manager - the main work scope would be managing ... I would take that time to think and manage my work. This way i can manage and organize my work to achieve quality result and avoid any backlog..
if marketing post, ... i would take that time to reconnect with old my customer and find new channel while at it.....
26th August 2009 From Indonesia, Jakarta
I have been asked this question and would like to know the proper answer for this. You have given reference of _______ on your CV. So tell me what will they say about you? Regards, Shalaka
26th August 2009 From China
some more questions - If your boss/ company told you to do something which you don’t want do then what will be your reaction? Are you morning or evening person? Regars, Shalaka
26th August 2009 From China
I faced this question, which I feel was the toughest one..
Q. Would you join us if we give you lesser salary than your current employer?
Comment - Even now, i wonder what did the interviewer wanted to hear..For this question, there cannot be a right answer. You never know what response whould have elicited what reaction....!!!!
regards,
26th August 2009 From India, Hyderabad
Good thread, however, the attached document containing 64 toughest interview questions would help you all. Regards, Shahab
26th August 2009 From Pakistan

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1. Why should we hire you?

- In addition to the competancies required to do the job, I assure you that anytime in future if you look back, you would not regret the decision of hiring me for this position.

2. What made you feel that our company is the best for your employment while there are so many MNC's that pays huge salaries???

- The reason I am here is because I feel I have the prfect mix of role and compensation. For me the satisfaction of doing my job is more important than anything else and not the company name. Whilst I may get huge salaries I might not get the role like this.

3. If you want to quit your current company just for the sake of better oppurtunities then what is the guarentee that we will provide you such oppurtunities?

- Job is like marriage - you get something and you give something. The employer provides opportunities to grow in the organisation and the employee taps those opportunities with his or her work and grows. If there is gurantee from your end that there would be ample such opportunities provided to me for growth, then I surely gurantee you that my work would never let you down.

4. What difference will you show apart from the routine job that everyone does if we hire you?

(depends upon the job you apply for)

5. I like people who are very frank. Ok now tell me what do you feel about me after leaving our office premises.

- The best way to deal with it is to follow 80:20 ratio logic. Give 80% positives and 20% improvement areas - be carefull on not being too critical or harsh.
26th August 2009 From India
the toughest question i faced are,
1. If i have one job to provide and there two eligible candidate you and your friend,Provided u to suggest one, whom will you suggest me for job?
2. Any thing you did recently for which you regret?
26th August 2009 From India, Coimbatore
some more questions -
If your boss/ company told you to do something which you don't want do then what will be your reaction?
- I will try to figure out the logic behind it and also put across my logic to my boss for my unwillingness.
Are you morning or evening person?
- I am an all day person

Regars,
Shalaka[/QUOTE]
26th August 2009 From India
Dear All, That’s a very nice thread wid good information. Attached is a document on " How to Answer toughest questions", may be useful for some people!!! Take Care:) Arti
26th August 2009 From India, New Delhi

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Another question to add:
Would you like to be a fish in a big pond or a fish is a small pond
Ans:
1) If big pond: it means you get space to breath and growth
2) If small pond: it means you get power and lot of responsibility
Any other answers?
Best Regards,
Lavena
26th August 2009 From India, Mumbai
Hi
Good thread,just happened to see it. I have been more inclined on salary nego which really interests me a lot. Well my favourite questions are:
1 - If you are so good why you are paid so less ?
2 - Why do you think you should get a 40% hike ?
3 - Coming from a small company how do you justify your role in this (big) company,what value addition you will do and within how much time (This question is specific to HR pros) ?
4 - What exactly you think companies look for while hiring a HR professional ?
5 - If we don't like your performance in 2 months, we may ask you to resign,how smooth can be your exit ?
Thanks
Geeta
26th August 2009 From Korea, Seoul
[QUOTE=YGeeta;842009]Hi



Good thread,just happened to see it. I have been more inclined on salary nego which really interests me a lot. Well my favourite questions are:



1 - If you are so good why you are paid so less ? Thats one of the reasons I thought I must consider a change. However I would like to know what the market would offer such a good candidate

2 - Why do you think you should get a 40% hike ?



I am looking for a job change for better opportunities in tems of challenge in the role - as well as a competitive salary package. I would not want to think of another job change in the next couple of years - only on the basis of "unsatisfactoy" levels of salary. So I guess once I have the financial component meet the 40% expectation, and better clarity of the role (in case you decide to offer me) - I would be able to perform and delivery well.





3 - Coming from a small company how do you justify your role in this (big) company,what value addition you will do and within how much time (This question is specific to HR pros) ?



Small company - More responsibilities. I think I have more hands on experience in the core areas, since I did not have many people around to assist me for everything. I had a small - but a team really led well (so this adds to my leadership skills).



Value addition: I cannot give you false promises, but based on my previous experience I believe I can deliver par excellence in the " ' areas. Time required at my level: 3 months



4 - What exactly you think companies look for while hiring a HR professional ? (have answered this to a diff post)



5 - If we don't like your performance in 2 months, we may ask you to resign,how smooth can be your exit ?



(question that shows arrogance of the HM)



Smooth - I don't know how you would define smooth as. But I would expect to have a clear Perf Appraisal with the details fo the area I never delivered (from what was expected out of a person at my level)



And I would also expect you not to delay with my final settlement & relieving letter, probably with a positive reason, and not one that hampers my growth. My previous experience has shown I am a good asset, so probably if I don't meet your requirements - it does not mean I don;t fit else where :-)
26th August 2009 From India, Madras
Hi Simmy,

How are you?

Yr.Q. If you are offered better pay package from our competitor, will you join them?

MyAns. No. I'll not join them because my conscious will not allow me to do wrong with my present employer but honestly I'll think over the opportunity and will discuss with my friends and trustworthy colleagues and will get the information about this employer before taking any decision. Because Money does matters for everyone dear.

Yr Q. What if you are appreciated more during your Boss presence?

My Ans: Better for me and my job. First, I would like to thank my boss to get this praise for my doing under his supervision. Because it would not have been possible without his guidance and support. Second, It will make me more enthusiastic and confident to perform my job and towards responsibilities.

Yr Q. What if, if you’re de-promoted for your unfair practices in our company.

My Ans: Firstly, It is not possible. I’ll not do anything wrong or against my employer. If one does, then one needs to resign immediately. Because after this no one can face their colleague and teammates even won’t be able to work there anymore. “De-promote” it is not just a word…..

Yr Q. What will be your reaction if you are told to resign immediately?

My Ans: I feel sad of course but will resign immediately.
26th August 2009 From India, Gurgaon
1.If you are so good why you are paid so less ?
2 - Why do you think you should get a 40% hike ?
3 - Coming from a small company how do you justify your role in this (big) company,what value addition you will do and within how much time (This question is specific to HR pros) ?
4 - What exactly you think companies look for while hiring a HR professional ?
5 - If we don't like your performance in 2 months, we may ask you to resign,how smooth can be your exit ?
26th August 2009 From India, Bangalore
I also want to share one of the interesting question which was asked during my interview. If i give you Rs. 20,000/- to spend in one day , how would you spend it?
26th August 2009 From India, Calcutta
This type of questioning is known as Behavioural Based Interviewing. It is based on the idea that your behavior and performance in previous jobs predicts future behavior and performance. It is a technique I always use when I interview. If it is done correctly, it can yield excellent results. I also train interviewers and interviewees in the technique.
Easy way to answer the questions is to anticipate what the interviewer will ask before you get to the interview and to prepare beforehand. Use the STAR technique, Situation - Task - Action - Result.
John in Oz
26th August 2009 From Australia, Melbourne
(I think he copied this from a tamil movie - Arunachalam) However - here is how I would spend: I will invest it in Gold. (They will not believe if I say that I will donate it!)
26th August 2009 From India, Madras
You can say that in case you have free time in office, in that you will interact with your colleages, juniors if they have any problems or what improvement can be done in the working of the company. Other options may be if company have any sites, factories I shall visit & see how things are going over their.
26th August 2009 From India, Dehra Dun
Dear Shikha, On utilising free time in office, you could say, that, "I would ask my senior to give me added responsibility, or I could share some colleagues work , who is over loaded"
26th August 2009 From India, Ahmadabad
The only question that I found difficult in my recent interview is "Is it difficult to recruit a fresher or an experienced candidate".
26th August 2009 From India, Mumbai
I would have said its difficult to recruit an experienced person:
Reasons
a) Availability
b) A fresher can be easily moulded, but an experienced will take time to blend with new culture
c) Experienced demands like anything and knows to present himself fradulently
d) A fresher will have a high energy drive, and all it takes is proper motivation to get them on right track
e) experienced people find it difficult to change their old ways

26th August 2009 From India, Madras
Hey can any one plz guide me to choose a topic for my dissertation.....i am a sudent of mba(hr)....so would like to take topic in human resources only.... Thanks for your help.... Regards, pooja
27th August 2009
answer is u r computer science engineer that is technical expert and now after MBA(HR) you can manage the people of any ORG in general effectively and and any computer based operations and operators or IT based company in particular efficiently
27th August 2009 From Pakistan, Karachi
Hi Geeta (and friends)

Answering Interview question is an art/science in itself. One should does not just answer in a mechanical fashion, but explain the answer and bring it to a satisfactory conclusion; so that there are no supplementary questions (unless one desires - by way of strategy- to have more supplementary questions).

If you are looking for more responses, then here is mine :

1 - If you are so good why you are paid so less ?

I had actually, been asked this question. There are no standard answers. In my case the answer was,

"I come from (name of the PSU); and as you are aware, in PSU's the salary is lesser than in Pvt sector, but there are other significant perks. First is the job security (this must have made them feel uneasy); then we have medical benefits for the whole family including parents and there is no limit to medical treatment costs even if the patient is a terminal case (this made them feel inadequate); then we have housing facilities, as such the HRA component is not there; subsidised electricity, LTC even for parents; club facilities and so many other perks. So, the salary is less in terms of monetary component.

When I joined private sector, my existing salary was benchmarked erroneously, for proposing my CTC. And this has continued.

2 - Why do you think you should get a 40% hike ?



Naturally, to correct this imbalance :icon1:. Well, I have other reasons as well. Normally a job change involves a hike of xx - xx %. Moreover, I have been rated very highly in my apparisals and I am expecting at least 20 - 30 % increment. [This is to show-off your performance].

Moreover, as an HR professional I keep tabs on the compensation packages at various levels in various industries. You must be aware that Mercer's findings say that this year there has been xx % [this is before recession] increase in salaries across all sectors. [This is to show-case your understanding of Compensation management and salary administration, as an HR professional].

Looking into all these factors, I don't think a 40% hike is unreasonable.

3 - Coming from a small company how do you justify your role in this (big) company,what value addition you will do and within how much time (This question is specific to HR pros) ?

Already answered well by Ash. I would just like to add;

"A small company enables an HR person to perform hands-on, end-to-end HR tasks himself. So this hsa enabled me to excel across all spectrum of HR management. Good HR practices can be implemented across all sizes of organizations. I intend to implement all the best practices that I have fine-tuned in my company. And human beings are the same, its only that in big organization, the number increases.

If you go on long enough, the Interviewer will forget the latter part of the question; "what value addition you will do and within how much time". In any case, at this stage one should not commit anything because one hardly knows much about the company. if you commit anything; then the Intervewer will remember it, and it becomes your task and target.

4 - What exactly you think companies look for while hiring a HR professional ?

This is those-kind-of-questiions that can be best answered though bookish knowledge. Just speak whatever you remeber from Strategic HRM - Introduction and Chapter 1 - that answers the question - Why Strategic HRM ?

5 - If we don't like your performance in 2 months, we may ask you to resign,how smooth can be your exit ?



Say firmly and with conviction : Such possibilities are remote. But sure, I must assure you Sir, that should you feel like that, then you won't have to take much trouble; Just let me know and I would myself not like to stay if I find myself unable to make any substantial contribution.

Do give me your feedbacks.

Regards.


27th August 2009 From India, Delhi
"If you had free time in office, how would you spend it?" May be he expected you to help other projects who struggles with delivery schedule .
27th August 2009
Dear All,

Most of the times tough questions will come from the employer to analyse the inner skills of the employee. For a change or challenge to the Applicants, some companies conduct the stress interview. It is nothing but checking the patience of the individual by making the person to wait in the reception for a long time...

By the mean time the HR will moniter the reactions and activites (through reception camera) of the person if he/she is idle, because the real character of the person comes out when he/ she is idle.

Corporate HR's observed that number of candidates were using their Cell phones,sending SMS, playing cell phone games, Making calls or taliking/ commanding about the company, often asking the receptionist about the interview shedule and some people looking the watch or wall clock with bad face reactions/ body language.

These kind of actions are really reveling the candidate is not possess the quality of patience and the person's attitude is also not good..

At these kind of situations, a perfect professional need to sit patiently with plesent smile on the face or look around the office atmosphere normally or read the dailies/ magazines in the reception. These people are liked by the corporates and they may suitable for to analyse a problem and wait for the solution with patience.

Regards,

Nelson Richard Kumar.S

Chennai.
27th August 2009 From India, Bangalore
hey shikha.. as per your question....
i guess if i would have been there..
i would have answered .. that i would finish my pending work.. if any.. and then would go for chilling... ex. talk to people in various departments.. would have tried to be good frens with them.. so that on my part i can ensure that good environment is building on... within the organisation..
thanks..
Neha
27th August 2009 From India, Pune
if the projects is related with our dept., either related with my juniors or, seniors, i’ll definately try to shortout that.
27th August 2009
Hi!

Can anybody help me? This was happended in one of the MNC company where I was working as an Executive-HR. One day as per the insutction from HR manager I have arranged a vehicle for our finance manager for his late stay at office. the driver of the vehicle was not reported due some problem and next day the HR manager called me and without discussing with me he came to beat me and told me to through me from the 9th floor of the building. i immediately made a letter to MD and asked him to take urgent action in this matter. the MD forwarded my letter to Corporate Head and he was very close to HR Manager and instead of taking action against him he transfered me to Delhi from Ahmedabad. When they made the transfer I requested to the Corporate Head for 3 months from extention but he refused and asked me to report at Delhi immediately. at that time i was studying EDP course HR (Sunday Class). After that I could not concentrate my study and i was under pressure i left that company after serving 14 years.

i need your suggestion regarding my above quiry and how can i fight with that HR manager by legally.

regards/tm


27th August 2009 From India, Ahmadabad
Am I to understand that the HR manager came to hit you, and push you from the 9th floor?

Its a murder attempt dear ... however - this happened long back I guess. You should have immediately requested for help from citehr or atleast reacted when you were transferred and not given sufficient tiem for tranfer.

You say you served there for 14 years? or 14 months? Clarify please.

You were silent for a while I believe. You quit by yourself because of all this pressure - what proofs exist that the HR manager was at mistake.

Dont think about legal issues for now, try to remove all those distractions from your mind. You have a future - you will have to look for a better opportunity. When you keep worrying about what happened in teh past - your whole life will be wasted about think the "past". look at the future. Grow well career wise...lets hope one day you have a chance to meet this HR manager who treated you so bad - and you can take revenge in teh form of "Letting him know how better well off you are" :-)

Good Luck!


27th August 2009 From India, Madras
Hi Ash and other frz.....
Lost from this thread..........back again.....
Can u plz answer my question, which I have faced...
Tell me the problem, which u hav faced?, wat are the means carried by u to solve it? and wat is the outcome?
I have managed n answered. But the interviewer triggered another question and which was;
wat type of interview question is this??
27th August 2009 From India, Mangaluru
I think its Behavioral type of interview. Kindly go through this link to learn about types of interviews:
Types of Interviews

27th August 2009 From India, Madras
Hi Asha,
Yeah, evn I had answered the same. But, he said, it is TARGET INTERVIEW. Any wayz it was a good experience.
Another question was;
How do you communicate to a group (employees), whr the group comprises of different levels and how vl u confront the reaction frm the group for ur communication?
throw some light..........
27th August 2009 From India, Mangaluru
Hello Shikha
Well,the best answer would be in my free time when there is no work you need to specify your hobbies.i.e. reading book,listening music. Because HR expect this kind of answer rather than the answer that you have given because being an HR i have conducted so many interviews but every people answer is like yours while in company they are differ.so,almost all the HR neglect this kind of answers.
27th August 2009 From India, Vadodara

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