NK SUNDARAM
Soft Skill Trainer / Hr Consultant - India
Ashutosh Thakre
Hr Professional
GOPALPERIWAL
Gm-commercial
Joseph Puthur
Senior Trainer
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Thread Started by #ajeet dwivedi

Dear Sir currently working in pharmaceutical sector now i am going to give interview in nutrition industry so what will be the best answer why do you want to change
21st August 2014 From India
Hello Ajeet,
Just for your reference
Q What did you like the most/ least about your last job?
A.When you're asked what don't like about your previous job, don't be too negative. The reason is that you don't want the interviewer to think that you'll speak negatively about the new job or the company when you're ready to move on, if you get this job. Rather, it makes sense to talk about yourself and what you're looking for in a new role. SAMPLE ANSWER(REF) I enjoyed the people I worked with. It was a friendly and fun atmosphere and I actually enjoyed going into work each morning. I felt the leadership team was great as well. They knew all of their employees on a first name basis and tried to make those personal connections. I also enjoyed that fact that the office tired to do community outreach with local organizations.
21st August 2014 From United Kingdom, London
Sorry, I wanted to give you exact ref to your Question.. but mistakably clicked enter :)
Prepare answers to typical job interview questions, like this one, in advance. Practice your responses so you sound positive, and clear, about your circumstances and your goals for the future.
Sample answers to the interview question "Why did you quit your job?"
1. After several years in my last position, I'm looking for an company where I can contribute and grow in a team-oriented environment.
2. I am interested in a new challenge and an opportunity to use my skills and experience in a different capacity than I have in the past.
3. I recently achieved certification and I want to utilize my educational background and technical skills in my next position.
4. I am interested in a job with more responsibility, and I am very ready for a new challenge.
21st August 2014 From United Kingdom, London
Dear Ajeet,
There is no best answer to the question that you have asked. The best answer is truth as to why are you looking out for a change. But ensure that money is not the reason that you are looking for a change (may be thats the off shoot of change, but not the reason)
Also focus more on your basic domain knowledge and on the new company knowledge. This will help you to answer the domain questions more comfortably. Check how you are different from others and whats that you shall bring to the table that others can't
Regards,
Ashutosh Thakre
21st August 2014 From India, Mumbai
If you want to be successful, accept only that job which you can perform. If you are confident then answers are within you and you can answer to any possible question why only one which is being put here.
23rd August 2014 From India, Gwalior
Please dont change jobs just for the sake of money... as my learned professionals shared above. Before even going for that interview, find out more about the product, industry, the concerned company. Think of ways and means of adding value to the assignment you are going to be interviewed for. So some prior preparation is always essential for an interview. Prior Preparation Prevents Poor Performance......Think of ways to connect both the industries. From my point of view Pharma and Nutrition have close association and there are many things in common ie Health.. I do not want to write everything I know of. Better you do some thinking as I have given you some clues to work on. The answer to the question you have posed here, should come from your mind and heart and not from any of us !
23rd August 2014 From India
Hi,
You may refer to the link below to get more information about the answer to this question and more interview questions.
Interview Preparation | Atul Sharma: Oasis of Learning: Training, Coaching, Consulting - New Delhi
23rd August 2014 From India, Delhi
Hello Ajeet,

I feel an interviewer would like to hear something positive about change and your attitude towards change shows a lot about your personality. we all know it that it is metamorphosis that ultimately makes a butterfly out of a caterpillar. so change for something you believe in and stands steadfast would be welcomed by most employers as it is a positive sign.

By asking why you are changing the employer wants to know your attitude towards change, so you let them know why you are changing your current job.

The follow up question is normally- why you did not see this change when you joined the earlier organisation? This could be handled by the different things you learned in the current org. which gave way to the present change.

Don't put any negative attribute to the reason for your change eg. I don't like my previous boss or team member etc.

so best wishes ajeet to a wonderful career ahead.

joseph puthur- trainer with TrainingGuru.co.in
27th August 2014 From India
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