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Hi,
Iam working in an MNC as a senior executive hr, now iam searching for better company. please anyone guide me how to prepare for an hr interview. What are all questions will ask for hr persons.
Thanks in Advance.
Suresh Kumar.K

Greetings,
Your interview would be fundamentally asses your knowledge and eagerness to work in the given role. It would largely focus on what you have learnt so far and how much can you relate it with what would be required in the role. You need to do research on this before we can discuss this further.
Here's a discussion on how should an HR prepare for the interview. As of now its on the otherside of table. Hence should help you prepare proactively.
Once you are done reading these, please do put forward your questions, we will discuss it further.
https://www.citehr.com/302987-hr-rou...#axzz18dnBknvO
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Hi,
The questions can be any type depending upon the kind of role you are applying for example compensation management to performance appraisal or any other field.
However for some general types of questions you can look
Interview Mantra
and
Technical Help Forum: HR
Regards,
Puja

Suresh,
I am surprised at your query. Until now you have been working as Sr.Executive in HR Department and you ask for type of questions from your new employer.
It is a common psychology of any employer to know two things basically. Your role in the previous organization and the reason for your separation. All questions will be directed to know about your capabilities as there will be an underlying factor to rule out the wrong / cryptic / hidden reasons for getting separated from the previous employer besides knowing how far you will be suitable for the new employer.
What needed is your free, frank and quick reply with apposite body language.
All the best,
R.Ganesh

Hi, I think this post is fake it is posted by admin itself, i mean how an HR person ask this kind of qustion. So i think it is fake one posted by admin itself. Thanks
hi Suresh

Before you begin thinking about how you are going to dress for the interview, it is important to do your research first. You should learn everything you can about the company you wish to work for. When you have detailed information about your employer, you will convey the impression of intelligence during the interview process.

In addition to this, you will also be able to make a choice if the job is offered to you. However, finding information about your employer can be more difficult than it appears. This is especially true if the employer is a small company.

In addition to researching the company, you will also need to analyze yourself. Many people are not successful in life because they don't take the time to learn about their own strengths and weaknesses. They don't take the time to find out exactly what they want. One good way to learn about yourself is to ask people you've worked with what they think about your traits. They should be people who will give you an honest answer. While it is important for you to know your strengths, you will also need to know your weaknesses as well. You may be surprised to learn that many employers may ask you about your weaknesses during the interview.

If you know your weaknesses, you can present them in a way that can allow you to overcome them. Employers don't expect applicants to be perfect. Everyone will have strengths and weaknesses. However, it is the way you deal with your strengths and weaknesses that will determine whether or not you're hired. It is also important for you to display self-confidence during an interview. An employer will be uneasy about hiring someone who is not confident in themselves and their abilities. To conduct an interview successfully, you will want to practice as much as possible before the interview starts. One good way to do this is to purchase a video camera and record yourself.

Once you have recorded yourself, take the time to review the video. How clear is your speech? Did you answer the questions confidently? Did you maintain a good posture? Even if you don't have a video camera, you can use a mirror for this exercise. The more you practice conducting an interview, the better you will become. Once you have practiced conducting the interview, you willl want to spend some time researching the company. You should never apply for a job at a company you are not familiar with. You should have a good idea of what the company specializes in, and you should understand what they value in their employees.

While the salary will naturally play a role in why you want to work for a company, the quality of the company should play a role as well. You should also believe in the product or service that is being sold. If you don't believe in the product or service, and are just applying for a job because of the salary, you won't be happy with the job, even if you are making a lot of money. When you are working at a job you like, you will become better at it, and you will perform at a high level. You should also look at the growth rate of the company. Has it continued to increase it profits over the years, or is it gradually losing money?

It doesn't make much sense to apply for a job at a company that is likely to go bankrupt within a few years. You should want to be hired at a stable company that has a large growth potential. Getting a job at a company that is not stable can pose a risk to your financial future.

Before you seek employment with a company, it is important for you to do your homework to make sure the company has an excellent reputation. When you go to the interview, it is important for you to pay attention to non-verbal factors. Non-verbal factors include things such as appearance, demeanor, and body language. It is these things that will play a role in how you are perceived by the interviewer. Studies have shown that non-verbal factors play an important role in whether or not you will be hired for the position.

Best Of luck

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If you really are a "senior HR" Saresh, why are you asking such a question? Anyone who works in HR knows about behavioural interviews and what is expected by a candidate! Not sure I think it's worth answering you!
Dear all,
I am working for MNC based company. I have around 2.5 yrs experience as HR executive. Now I woud like to move to any other manufacturing company. Looking for an opening in a manufacturing company.
Pls do need full.
Regards,
Rajitha

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Hi,
Iam working in an Account executive , now iam searching for better company. please anyone guide me how to prepare for an Account executive interview. What are all questions will ask for Account executive persons.
Thanks in Advance.
subhash kumar


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