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31 Questions and Answers by Rachelle Enns

Updated August 21st, 2018 | Rachelle is a job search expert, career coach, and headhunter
who helps everyone from students to fortune executives find success in their career.
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Many of the management and higher level roles with Talent Plus require a Degree in Business or similar. Please walk me through your post-secondary education.
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Your post-secondary background is on your resume; however, the interviewer is asking for you to go into further detail on your experience. This is a great time to brag a little bit about any scholarships, awards, or accolades you may have received during your post-secondary studies. Be sure to discuss how your education has prepared you for a position with Talent Plus.
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Many of the management and higher level roles with Talent Plus require a Degree in Business or similar. Please walk me through your post-secondary education.
Your post-secondary background is on your resume; however, the interviewer is asking for you to go into further detail on your experience. This is a great time to brag a little bit about any scholarships, awards, or accolades you may have received during your post-secondary studies. Be sure to discuss how your education has prepared you for a position with Talent Plus.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I would be thrilled to be considered for a management level position with Talent Plus. Although I do not have many years' experience in this type of position, I do have a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management from Walden University online. I graduated with a 3.6 GPA. I am very proud of this grade because I worked full time during my studies and still graduated top of my class."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"If you do not have a formal post-secondary education: "I did not have the opportunity to attend University; however, everything that I have learned on the job has been incredibly valuable. I would be thrilled to join your management team down the road so if you feel there are gaps in my knowledge, I would be happy to consider attending any required classes or workshops."
2.
Due to the nature of Talent Plus' business and services, we may ask that you complete a full background check. Are you willing to comply?
Many companies will ask for a background check before employing you. This due diligence could include a criminal record check, a credit check, a drivers' abstract, and education verification. The request will vary from company to company so you should always be prepared to comply with all requests. If there is a mark on your record, this is the best time to disclose that information.

If you have a clean record: "I can fully understand why Talent Plus would need to conduct background checks on all potential employees. I have a squeaky clean record and am happy to comply with any of your requests."
Rachelle's Answer #1
"I can fully understand why Talent Plus would need to conduct background checks on all potential employees. I have a squeaky clean record and am happy to comply with any of your requests."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"If you have a mark on your record: "I can fully understand why Talent Plus would need to conduct background checks on all potential employees. I did have a charge against me approximately six years ago for a DUI. I have gained my drivers' license back since then, but I thought I should disclose that to you ahead of time."
Anonymous Answer
"Absolutely. Please feel free to research whatever is necessary."
Lauren's Answer
Great!
"Absolutely, feel free to research whatever is necessary."
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3.
We value accountability at Talent Plus. If a customer sent a formal complaint about an interaction with you, how would you handle it?
Assure the interviewer that you are a person of integrity who will take responsibility for any shortcomings in the workplace. Briefly explain to the interviewer that you will handle Talent Plus customers with great care.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I understand that Talent Plus has put a lot of work into building these long-term client relationships. If one of your clients complained about my communication with them, I would take full responsibility for my actions and issue an apology. I would also be open to feedback to avoid future incidences. Rest assured, in my 15 years of employment, I have not had any clients complain to my employer about my work ethic or delivery of service."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"Constructive feedback is difficult to swallow at times, but it's helpful for me to remember that everyone receives constructive feedback from time to time. I will always do what is required of me to renew a client relationship."
Anonymous Answer
"I would acknowledge the interaction with the customer, and try my best to recall the conversation to understand better what went wrong and how I can do better should similar conversations come up with others. I would also call the customer and apologize and then offer to rectify the mistake by turning the experience into a positive outcome."
Lauren's Answer
I altered your response slightly, see below.
"If I received a formal complaint from a customer, I would reflect upon things I can do differently and how I may rectify the situation. I would contact the customer to not only acknowledge their feelings, but express apologies and ways I plan on resolving the situation. It is disarming when the person at fault devises various solutions, and I would have every intention in doing so."
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4.
Rate your communication skills from 1-10 with proper examples backing your given rating.
On a scale of 1-10, how skilled are you in communication? Why did you choose that particular rating for yourself?

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I rate my communication skills as a 9/10 as I will, on occasion, have times when I am not as clear as I would like to be. My supervisor and co-workers will attest to my clear and concise communication skills. Because I am an open leader, my team will let me know if I need to clarify anything."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I will rate myself an 8.5 because I consider myself a strong communicator. It is the foundation of all success in business. I am always striving to be a better communicator, so I leave the rest of the scale as an aspirational measure."
Anonymous Answer
"9/10 - I keep my team appraised of all information and share experiences, lessons learned, and relevant information on a daily basis. My team is also aware that I am available to them 24/7 and can reach me at any time."
Lauren's Answer
Great response. I made additions to include communication loops and how you maintain accountability.
"I rate my communication a 9 of 10. I have an open-door policy with staff, to remain approachable and available if they ever need me. I keep my staff abreast of pertinent information throughout the day to keep things running smoothly. I also provide performance reviews and 360 feedback, so we are all accountable for the highs and lows of our work. I am open to feedback as much as my staff is; this mutual respect and communication loop is particularly successful."
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Anonymous Answer
"I would say I am a 9-10 because I think there are times I may not be as clear, but I try my best to give any feedback, questions, and clarity. I am an open listener, so I have no problem taking feedback on anything I need to improve in."
Rachelle's Answer
Wonderful! There is always room for improvement; however, you seem very confident in your ability to communicate with others.
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5.
At Talent Plus, we value continued education and training. Tell me about your education.
The interviewer wants to know how your education has prepared you for this job. A few highlights you can focus on are some of the relevant topics you learned about while attending your courses. How will they help you in this new role? What were some of the most exciting things you learned?

Some ideas for you:

- If you have experience working on group projects, share how you improved your listening and communication skills when working on a challenging project.

- If you learned a new type of software or how to work a kind of equipment you will need to know in this new job, talk about what you know and how you will apply this new knowledge.

While attending post-secondary studies, you likely learned some core skills that would be transferable to any position. Think about what you learned in your highest levels of education and how that knowledge applies (or will apply) to your work. Some of these skills could include:

- Time Management
- Creative Thinking
- Proposal Writing
- Public Speaking
- Presentation Building
- Independent Learning
- Academic Research
- Self-Motivation

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I am a big believer in post-secondary education. It adds a lot of value to those newer to the workplace. My post-secondary education was in Communication and Journalism. The courses in this program helped me to develop stronger business relationships through professional correspondence. I also learned persuasive writing skills which have proven to be incredibly helpful when working on client proposals, and in negotiations."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I have a B.A. in English and Spanish. I graduated with a 4.0 from ABC College, and I also worked full time while going to school, so I not only learned in my courses but also learned a lot of time management skills and how I work best under some degree of pressure. Academically, I refined my writing skills as well as gave a keynote presentation to several hundred attendees, thereby working on my public speaking and presentation skills."

Anonymous Answer
"Currently doing my masters degree in Food Safety Law. Certified internal auditor in ISO 14001 and 9001 management systems. Hold various Public Health-related certificates including ten years experience in Public Health Audits I further hold a diploma in web design, attended management college, and completed a course in Environmental Microbiology at Emory University."
Lauren's Answer
Great. I added your (perceived) purview of education and training as well as grammatical edits and ordering.
"I, too, value continued education and training. I have learned a multitude of job-related skills through years of working, but find courses and formal education essential in propelling my career to the next level. I am currently working towards my Master’s Degree in Food Safety Law. I obtained my BA in Web Design, attended Management College, and completed a course in Environmental Microbiology from Emory University. Additionally, I am certified in Internal Audit ISO 14001 and 9001 Management Systems. I hold various Public Health-related certificates, including ten years of experience in Public Health Audits."
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When a problem arises, what is your first reaction?
The interviewer wants to know if your reactions to problems reflect maturity and professionalism. How you react will significantly determine how you fit with the team at Talent Plus.

Perhaps your computer crashes, and you realize you may have just lost all of your hard work. Or maybe you are limited on time and have a deadline rapidly approaching. Demonstrate to the interviewer that you take a very methodical approach to problem-solving, rather than reacting in an impulsive way when a problem occurs.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"When a major problem arises, my first instinct is to take a step back and absorb what just happened. I then go into "
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I have taught myself to become much calmer with my first reactions when problems arise. Now, I will step back and review my options for solving the problem rather than allow myself to become frustrated."
7.
Outside of work, what type of creative activities do you like to pursue?
A genuinely creative minded person will have outside activities aside from what's happening in the workplace. Tell the interviewer about the variety of ways in which you express your creativity.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"Outside of work I like to attend dance classes and I also attend the odd paint and sip wine nights at a local wine shop. I also enjoy reading as a way of nurturing my creative side."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I think it's important to exercise creativity in a variety of ways. This reasoning is why I am involved in a variety of things such as team sports, reading, and art classes."
Anonymous Answer
"I love to cook, and I love to learn new techniques. Cooking lessons are my favorite activity. I recently got into salsa lessons because I love to dance and you can't live in Miami without a little salsa knowledge."
Rachelle's Answer
Nice! You are giving the interviewer a fun glimpse into what makes you happy, outside of work :)
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Anonymous Answer
"Woodwork by renovating old furniture, we do a lot of charity events with my Harley Davidson club and go on long rides to explore new places. I also love visiting antique stores and auctions."
Lauren's Answer
Fantastic! The interviewee gets a great sense of who you are and what you do to maintain work-life balance. I added language around that to add depth to your response.
"My hobbies and clubs help me maintain a great work-life balance. I remain focused and rejuvenated at work because I have a great life outside of work. I enjoy woodworking, renovating old furniture, visiting antique stores, and going to auctions. I also participate in a lot of charity events through my Harley Davidson Club and love going on long rides to new places."
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8.
Strong time management is important at Talent Plus. How do you manage your time, even on the busiest days?
The interviewer would like to know more about the types of tools you use to stay on task and meet deadlines. Discuss how you prioritize when everything demands your attention at once. Think about the ways you manage your projects and daily tasks and how those will help you to succeed in your role with Talent Plus.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I manage my time by exercising the idea of 'time-blocking'. This approach means that I won't incessantly check my email; instead, I will allow myself to return emails in 30-minute time blocks, four times per day. Setting calendar alerts and personal deadlines for myself has also helped a lot."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"Very carefully! I prioritize deadlines and work that need to be done. Then work backward from there. When necessary, I utilize my resources and team to pitch in and contribute."
9.
Tell me about a time when you used good judgement and logic to solve a problem.
The interviewer wants to hear about a particular situation where you used good judgment to solve a work-related problem. Be sure to showcase your logic and reasoning abilities. Share a brief overview of the problem, discuss the pro/cons of each decision you could have made, and tell the interviewer why the solution you chose was the best.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"Just yesterday I had a customer who was upset because our sales associate would not refund a service that the customer had already used in full. She was outside of the 14 days return policy as well. I am the manager, so I stepped in to alleviate the situation. By showing the customer that I could meet her in the middle, she was able to calm down and reason with me. I did not refund her the full price; however, I offered her a $25 in service credit. I know this will cost my company mere dollars and, in the end, I had a happy customer again."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I had a customer who was unhappy with his purchase (the service in question cost over $20k). He then was unhappy with the way in which the arbitration process was heading, and although my team all said just to let him be and have him work with our Director of Operations to resolve the issue, I knew that I could lose a customer over a one time issue. I mediated the call, allowed him to air his grievances, and assured him that we would work together to solve the issue."
Anonymous Answer
"I was managing an event, and a customer was agitated that one of our workers could not sell him three tobacco cans that day because it was against our regulations. The event was three days long, and I stepped in and met him in the middle and said if he came back for each day and bought one can, I would provide him with a free sample daily. He left content and happy."
Rachelle's Answer
This was a very good compromise and showcased your ability to quickly problem-solve without breaking important rules and regulations.
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Anonymous Answer
"During an inspection, a food waste bin was found unattended. The team proceeded to explain in various ways why the bin was unattended, which lead to an unnecessary argument with the inspector. I asked what the issue was when I arrived, and the team tried to explain the same to me. I solved the problem by putting a lid on the bin, which addressed the inspector's concern and ended the debate."
Lauren's Answer
Great. I added language to show (on a broader scale), how this example shows your viability as a candidate.
"During an inspection, one of the food waste bins was left unattended, sparking the interest of the inspector. When I arrived on-site, I had several employees speaking over one another in an attempt to explain why this occurred. I de-escalated the situation by remaining calm and logical. I simply put a lid atop the bin, which satisfied the inspector. I took the time to use the situation as a teachable moment for my staff. We talked about ways we can be proactive versus reactive in times of stress or confusion. We discussed the incident as a team and discussed ways to alternatively handle situations similar to that differently in the future."
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10.
At Talent Plus, we provide services to a wide range of businesses. Which industry or business type do you have the most experience with?
In the commercial services industry, your experience with clients may be widespread. Talk to the interviewer about any particular industry to which you may have more exposure. If you have a specialty - now is the time to discuss your expertise. Whether you have experience in the same industry as Talent Plus, or not, be sure to appear confident in your capabilities.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I understand that the majority of business that is coming to Talent Plus, is related to human resources consulting and talent management. I have about four years of dedicated HR experience. The remainder of my work experience is with a wide range of clients and industries focused on recruitment. I feel that these experiences have equipped me very well for a position such as this."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I have the most experience in HR within the healthcare industry. Approximately 15 years, in fact. I believe this experience will benefit me in this role with Talent Plus because I am well versed in best practices and protocols in one of your strongest client niches; healthcare."
Anonymous Answer
"Entertainment, Hospitality, Food, and Beverage Operations, Culinary Arts"
Lauren's Answer
Great. I made your response a complete sentence.
"Though I am open to working with an array of new industries, I have the most experience in Entertainment, Hospitality, Food and Beverage Operations, and Culinary Arts."
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11.
Do you fully understand what we do at Talent Plus?
Questions such as these are why it is essential that you research Talent Plus, before your interview. Dive deep into what they do, who their competitors are, who their clients are, and the impact their services have on their customers. Keep your answer as brief as possible and ask for clarification if you need it.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"From my understanding, the primary service offered by Talent Plus includes talent management services for businesses to grow their customer satisfaction rates, increase productivity, reduce turnover, strengthen employee engagement and sustain excellence and profitability. You service large businesses in sectors such as healthcare, hospitality, retail, automotive and more. Without your services, many businesses would suffer."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I feel that I have a good understanding of what you do at Talent Plus, from my research online, and on your website. I know that you work with a variety of clients, spanning industries such as healthcare and retail, to improve their talent management strategies. With that said, I would love to hear more about it from your perspective."
Anonymous Answer
"From looking online, I understand that you work with a variety of clients and different groups to improve their talent management goals and to place the right persons in positions for long and short term benefits for the company as well as for the individual."
Lauren's Answer
Good. You’ve done your research, so be prepared for some follow-up questions like the ones below.
"“What are the ways you build rapport with clients?” “What do you think pillars of success are for employees of Talent Plus?”"
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12.
At Talent Plus we seek to hire those who think outside the box. When was the last time you made a suggestion for workplace improvement? What was the outcome?
The interviewer would like to know if you are an engaged employee; offering suggestions and providing more profound thought when it comes to processing improvement in the workplace. Give an example of a time when you suggested an improvement in the workplace. It can be big or small! Did anything significant come out of your suggestion?

Rachelle's Answer #1
"Last year I made a recommendation for our office to incorporate a recycling program. We were going through a lot of single-use coffee pods. It bothered me how wasteful it all seemed. I presented a spreadsheet to my supervisor comparing the single-use pods vs. investing in a built-in coffee machine. The savings over two years were significant, and my boss has now presented my idea to our head office. It feels nice to be heard in the workplace, so I continue to keep my eyes out for opportunities for process improvements."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I made some recommendations for change in our CRM system. The suggestions were surrounding how items received documentation and how outstanding tasks became highlighted. Our head office made the changes and a lot of people in our office commented on how much they liked the changes."
Anonymous Answer
"A recent renovation job required many new projects to be accomplished at the same time, and our team was not familiar with utilizing software tools available to manage the project. Through setting up a simple spreadsheet, I illustrated the advantages of obtaining the correct software to streamline time lines. This gave all project managers an overview of the project assigned to our team in more clear details"
Lauren's Answer
This is a well-rounded response. Great job! There were very minor grammatical errors I assisted with.
"A recent renovation job required many new projects to be accomplished simultaneously, using project management software tools that were unfamiliar. To remedy this issue, I created a simple spreadsheet that clarified the project assignments for all the project managers. This streamlined and simplified the details, freeing the entire group of confusion and time wasted. Everyone was accepting and thankful for my spreadsheet because it allowed everyone to get into gear."
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Tell me about a time when you took charge of a meeting. Was the outcome a positive one?
The interviewer would like to know that you have the confidence to lead a meeting successfully. Think about a time when you have driven a meeting - big or small. This example could be a phone meeting, a lunch and learn, or a large client presentation.

Begin by telling the interviewer the reason for the meeting, who was involved, and what approach you took to prepare for the meeting. Finally, be sure to mention why you felt the meeting was a success! What did you do in that meeting to create a productive and positive outcome?

Rachelle's Answer #1
"My employer asked me to lead a lunch and learn meeting to train 15 employees on our new client management software. I was already a subject matter expert on the software so it wasn't difficult for me to plan the lesson. The challenge was making the content entertaining enough to keep the employees engaged. I created a strong PowerPoint presentation that included pop quiz questions throughout. The presentation was a success, and my employer asked me to lead a follow up meeting a few weeks later."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"Just last week my boss had a personal emergency and could not make it in time for our monthly staff meeting. Everyone was already gathered, and so he called to ask me to take control of the meeting. I feel that I did a great job relaying the information and my boss was thankful for the way that I was able to step in."
Anonymous Answer
"I set up a meeting with authorities to do a plan review. The meeting had several executives invited, including the authorities. In preparation of the meeting, I set an agenda, prepared presentations in advance and provided all invited attendees with a draft copy of the agenda and a summary of presentations to give an idea of the plans to be discussed and reviewed. All went well."
Lauren's Answer
Great start. It is important to note why the meeting was successful due to your contribution. I provided a suggestion below. Feel free to tailor your response to be more specific.
"I was charged in preparing and overseeing a Plan Review Meeting where high-level executives and the authorities were in attendance. I created an agenda, organized the presentations, and dispersed meeting material. The meeting went extremely well due to my planning and organization. The meeting flowed smoothly and on time, which was vital for the attendees."
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14.
Tell me why you are the right fit for Talent Plus, and this position.
A successful hire needs to feel like the right fit by both parties. Express to the interviewer that you think this position is a stable fit for your experience and your career goals.

Rachelle's Answer #1
"I feel that I am the right fit for this company because, from what you have described, my personality, skills, and drive are what you are looking for. The challenges that come with this position are all challenges that I welcome. I fully appreciate that your mission statement is, We are a compelling place for associates to work. We are a compelling place for clients to do business. We are a compelling citizen to have in any community.' I too am led by these values, and I am confident that this is the right fit for both of us."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"I am great at what I do, motivated, and I am an avid appreciator of your services. This mix creates a great match, in my opinion! Happy employees are more productive and; trust me, I would be thrilled to work at Talent Plus."
Anonymous Answer
"I am the best at what I do in my current position, and my skills, positive attitude, drive, and passion for our company will transfer well into this new position. I believe I can motivate and lead a team and achieve targets set both for the team and myself as a leader. The added responsibilities will set the bar for me as a welcomed challenge."
Lauren's Answer
Good start – you elude to your fit for the position, but do not neglect the fit you are on an organizational level. Researching their Mission Statement and Story on their website will help you better prepare for how you want to market yourself in an interview. See my suggestion below.
"I strongly believe I am the best person for this position for many reasons. In a broader sense, I am the type of employee who can provide exemplary customer service, which would be a great reflection of the company. Talen Plus prides itself on superior service for each of its customers, and I ensure my quality of work every day. As it stands, I am the highest achiever in my current role, and I have a multitude of transferable skills and qualities that will please my superiors and work team. I have the positive attitude, drive, and passion to learn this new position and exceed expectations. I am currently a “big fish in a small pond,” and I hope to take on a new role where I can truly learn something new, master new skills, and enhance my skills as a leader."
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Anonymous Answer
"I think I am right for the position because my experience working with member services at my current job is a smaller version of the VIP coordinator position. It is important to me to satisfy any customers' needs. I enjoy doing what it takes to make customers happy. I also think my ability to be able to read a customer's behavior is a huge plus to this position. Simply, my passion for people and working well with others is what makes me believe I am fit for this job."
Rachelle's Answer
You are very confident in your customer service abilities, which is great! Be sure to draw in words from the job posting itself, ensuring some variety and skills-matching.
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15.
At Talent Plus, we look to hire those who will be a long term fit. Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?
It's impossible to know where you will be in 5 years but you need to assure the interviewer that, given all possible circumstances, you could see yourself as a long-term fit for the position at Talent Plus. After all - they are in the talent management and retention strategy business!

Rachelle's Answer #1
"Ideally, five years from now, I would love to see myself growing into a more prominent leadership role within your organization. My career interests align very nicely with your company's goals which helps me to see a great long-term fit here."
Rachelle's Answer #2
"5 years from now, I would like to supervise or manage a team of my own with Talent Plus. I feel like I am progressing in my career at a rate that will make this a possibility."
Anonymous Answer
"Advanced in a supervisor position or even managerial leadership position within the company."
Lauren's Answer
Good. Having a shared value to find a company you want to stick with, is highly favorable.
"I am seeking an employment opportunity to plant roots and build a long, stable career. I have strong aspirations to join advanced-level leadership in the coming years."
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  1. Many of the management and higher level roles with Talent Plus require a Degree in Business or similar. Please walk me through your post-secondary education.
  2. Due to the nature of Talent Plus' business and services, we may ask that you complete a full background check. Are you willing to comply?
  3. We value accountability at Talent Plus. If a customer sent a formal complaint about an interaction with you, how would you handle it?
  4. Rate your communication skills from 1-10 with proper examples backing your given rating.
  5. At Talent Plus, we value continued education and training. Tell me about your education.
  6. When a problem arises, what is your first reaction?
  7. Outside of work, what type of creative activities do you like to pursue?
  8. Strong time management is important at Talent Plus. How do you manage your time, even on the busiest days?
  9. Tell me about a time when you used good judgement and logic to solve a problem.
  10. At Talent Plus, we provide services to a wide range of businesses. Which industry or business type do you have the most experience with?
  11. Do you fully understand what we do at Talent Plus?
  12. At Talent Plus we seek to hire those who think outside the box. When was the last time you made a suggestion for workplace improvement? What was the outcome?
  13. Tell me about a time when you took charge of a meeting. Was the outcome a positive one?
  14. Tell me why you are the right fit for Talent Plus, and this position.
  15. At Talent Plus, we look to hire those who will be a long term fit. Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?
  16. How did you maintain a good relationship with your most recent boss?
  17. What are your salary expectations?
  18. If you had $50,000 to build your own business, what would you do?
  19. As a manager, who has been your greatest influence? A person that has defined what type of leader you wish to be.
  20. What kind of people do you enjoy working with?
  21. How do you determine priorities when you have multiple projects due?
  22. Looking at your resume, it seems there are certain skills necessary for this position that do not stand out. How do you think you will be able to compensate for these missing skills?
  23. Considering your background is in an industry different from ours, what skills and characteristics do you have that qualify you for this position in this industry?
  24. Sometimes the services and packages offered at Talent Plus can be confusing to new clients. How do you explain complicated concepts to those who may not understand?
  25. We value diversity at Talent Plus. When have you worked among a diverse group of people?
  26. When have you contributed to an effort to obtain a corporate goal?
  27. Customer service is our top priority at Talent Plus. What is your customer service philosophy?
  28. At Talent Plus, our primary work is to cater to other businesses. What do you foresee as the biggest challenge working in the commercial services industry?
  29. Talent Plus values philanthropy and community giving. How do you choose to give back to others?
  30. At Talent Plus we have many local competitors. In your opinion, what makes us stand out from the crowd?
  31. We have a wide range of services at Talent Plus. Have you ever used any of our services?
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