Top 100 HR Interview Questions

Top 100 HR Interview Questions
Q: Describe yourself.
Q: Tell me about your educational background?
Q: What do you know about the organization?
Q: How do you justify the job?
Q: Why do you want this job?
Q: What do you want to work with this organization?
Q: Where do you see yourself five years down the line?
Q: What are your strengths?
Q: What are your weaknesses?
Q: What is human resource management?
Q: What do you prefer recruitment or selection?
Q: How do you motivate your employees?
Q: What is more important to you money or position?
Q: How does you define empowerment?
Q: How do you define arrogance? Are you arrogant?
Q: What role are you ready to take in a group?
Q: Who has been an inspiration for you?
Q: What is more important to you money or success?
Q: What kind of person are you?
Q: Rate yourself on a scale of 10.
Q: How do you handle repetitive tasks?
Q: How can you make use of IT in HRM?
Q: Suggest a training program/workshop for feedback skills?
Q: Why do you think HRM is important?
Q: Have you ever dealt with difficult people?
Q: What does trust mean to you?
Q: What are retention strategies?
Q: What do you mean by 360? feedback?
Q: Which one is more better mentoring or coaching?
Q: How would you terminate an employee who is not performing?
Q: What is the difference between personnel management and human resource management?
Q: What do you expect from this job?
Q: Do you know anyone working with this organization?
Q: What do you like best about what you have learned about this job?
Q: What concerns do you have about this job?
Q: What do you see as your primary qualifications for this job?
Q: Why did you choose _________ as your major/subjects?
Q: Are you willing to travel?
Q: What kind of work interests you the most?
Q: What kind of work interests you the least?
Q: How would your references describe you?
Q: Name five characteristics that describe you.
Q: Are you a self-starter? Please provide specific examples.
Q: How does your present position differ from past ones?
Q: What would you like to avoid completely in your next job?
Q: What have you done to prepare yourself to be a supervisor?
Q: What aspect of supervision do you find the most difficult?
Q: How do you motivate employees?
Q: What are the competitive challenges in Human Resource Management?
Q: Explain managing changes in HRM?
Q: Tell me about a suggestion you have made?
Q: Have you ever been asked to leave a position?
Q: What is your philosophy towards work?
Q: What have you done to improve your knowledge in the last year?
Q: What do co-workers say about you?
Q: What experience do you have in this field?
Q: Tell me about the most fun you have had on the job?
Q: What has been your biggest professional disappointment?
Q: Describe your work ethic?
Q: Tell me about a time when you helped resolve a dispute between others?
Q: How do you propose to compensate for your lack of experience?
Q: If you were hiring a person for this job, what would you look for?
Q: What has disappointed you about a job?
Q: Why do you want to work in HR and why is confidentiality so important?
Q: Our agency has employees whose workweek is Tuesday through Saturday. This year Veteran’s Day falls on a Saturday. Are these employees entitled to holiday time off?
Q: May a deceased employee remain on the payroll to exhaust her annual leave accrual?
Q: Does an agency have to provide an employee with time off if the employee is donating blood?
Q: Do I have to use accrued leave if I serve as a bone marrow or organ donor?
Q: What have you done to prepare yourself to be a supervisor?
Q: How do you motivate employees?
Q: What aspect of supervision do you find the most difficult?
Q: What is the most important quality a supervisor should have?
Q: How do you decide what to delegate and to whom?
Q: Tell me about a time when you had to go above and beyond the call of duty to get a job done.
Q: Describe a situation in which you were able to use persuasion to successfully convince someone to see things your way.
Q: Tell me about your worst "nightmare" project. What went wrong and what did you do? What did you learn from this situation?
Q: Assume you are a supervisor and one of your employees consistently arrives late to work. What action would you take?
Q: It is 5:00pm on a Friday. You're working on a tight deadline for your Manager, but the Director suddenly asks you to drop everything and deal with a customer complaint. What do you do?
Q: A co-worker tells you in confidence that he suspects another colleague of stealing. What would your actions be?
Q: While working at the front desk, please describe a situation where a client has reacted in a negative or threatening manner. How did you deal with the situation?
Q: If you could change one (managerial) decision you made during the past two years, what would that be?
Q: What would you do if someone asked you to do something unethical?
Q: Have you ever had to resolve a conflict with a co-worker or client? How did you resolve it?
Q: How do you feel about your accomplishments to date?
Q: When Were You Most Satisfied in Your Job?
Q: If you had a chance to make a change, what would you do differently?
Q: What are some of the frustrations that you want to avoid in a new job?
Q: How are you organizational skills?
Q: What type of training program helps new employees understand a variety of jobs and their interrelationships?
Q: What are simulations, computer-based or non-computer-based, that attempt to duplicate selected factors in a particular business situation, which the participants then manipulate called?
Q: What are effective training approaches that utilize devices or programs replicating tasks away from the job site?
Q: What helps ensure that a firm improves its ability to perform by identifying needed capabilities and the type of people needed to perform in an ever-evolving business environment?
Q: Do you prefer to work alone, or do you work better in groups?
Q: What is the Career Scope for the person working in HR.
Q: What is the basic concept of Team Buildind? How it can be useful for the Development of the company?
Q: If a person who is physically Disable and is working in HR Wants to migrate to some foreign country. Is he capable of doing so?
Q: What kind of supervision of other workers have you been responsible for?
Q: What experience do you have in coaching and mentoring employees?
Q: What steps would you take to ensure employee satisfaction?
Q: Of all the jobs you ve had, which did you like the least? Why?
Q: How would you rate your ability to prioritize work and set goals?

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