One question in particular that I remember centered on why I wanted to leave the position I was in at the time. The question wasn't challenging per sé; it was simply something I hadn't really thought about, other than the standard needs, such as more challenges, different culture, and better pay.
I am specifically looking to work in a different organizational culture, since I have grown extensively since college graduation. I am also looking for a place that fosters intellectual development. Less
Many behavioral questions. E.g. Tell me about a time when you demonstrated excellent service, tell me about a time you implemented change, tell me about a time you were faced with a difficult situation: how did you handle it? What were the end results? What is your definition of customer service? Why should we hire you?
Are you flexible to work any hours needed? What are your strengths/weaknesses? Tell me about a time you disagreed with your manager about a policy/procedure. What was the situation and how did you handle it? How do you motivate others?
Yes is always the correct answer to the first question!!!! As long as it is true. Make sure to answer each question. Some questions will have multiple questions within them. Make sure to answer each one. Sell yourself. Less