Ever faced an HR interview before? In case you haven’t, I am sure that you might face one soon enough. In order to help you prepare interview questions, we have curated this blog which covers some of the most frequently asked HR interview questions and answers.

Can you work under pressure?

With pleasure sir/ma’am. Yes I can work Because working under pressure teaches how to handle difficult situations and would also improve the ability and skill tackle situations. It helps to complete the work even before the deadline by focussing on the target. Also, if it is done with without stress or tension, then it won’t become a pressure.

Who Are Our Competitors?

This question is another way of asking to know you better, how well do you know the field in which you are entering If you aren’t aware of the companies with which this firm competes, it may be difficult to contribute to its competitiveness. Your answer to this question Question will shows whether you’ve adequately prepared for this interview and have some degree of global understanding of the industry. This is a question that requires advanced preparation and one you should be ready to answer if you want to convince your interviewer to take you seriously.

My research indicates that Competitor A is currently outselling your product due to their line’s greater functionality. However, given the improvements you’re working on for the next generation being released this fall, I would anticipate that you’ll recover a good portion of the market share. Your planned upgrades will put you ahead in terms of functionality, and at a lower price. I would love to be able to apply my experience with improving efficiency in order to help this company keep costs low and maintain its competitive edge.”www.iibmindia.in

Who Has Impacted You The Most In Your Career And How?

I would say that my first manager has most impacted my career in terms of a mentor. She was an amazing leader with skills and my coworkers and I responded really well to the way she ran the team. As I progressed in my own management career, I incorporated many of her leadership tactics including the way she resolved conflicts, how she spoke to her colleges and her high level of organization.

Who Has Inspired You In Your Life And Why?

This question is often asked to find out more about your values and goals. Hiring managers often fall back on these types of “values” questions to try to learn more than standard interview questions can tell them. Choosing your answer carefully while being honest and enthusiastic can help break down barriers.www.iibmindia.in