When the interviewer invites questions at the end of an interview, it is important to optimize this time. Asking the right questions can be a great opportunity to showcase your interest as well as to determine if the company is a good fit for your professional goals. To help you out, we have compiled these questions to keep the conversation going.
- How would you describe the company culture?
- If you had to describe Company X in one word, what would it be?
- How is your team organized?
- Is the work that you do more collaborative or individually-driven?
- What does the company do to foster corporate synergy?
- What type of work were you doing before you came to Company X?
- How long have you been with the company?
- What is the average tenure of an employee here?
- What is a typical day like for you?
- What employee development opportunities are offered?
- What are some of the key challenges the company is facing? How do these challenges impact the department?
- What do you like best about working for the company?
- How do you measure employee performance and progression
Scope of Work
- What team members would I be working most closely with in this role?
- Can you explain the daily responsibilities of this role?
- What are the current goals of the department (or company)?
- What are some examples of projects I would be working on?
- What does it take to be successfull in this role?
- What are the next steps of the interview process?
- Do you have any final questions for me?
- Is it okay if I contact you with any questions that may arise after the interview?