Nowadays competition is really very high. Every parent wants an engineer in their home and working in the biggest MNC or out of the country. In this competitive you have to step up your foot with cleverness whether it is studies, exam, your job or any other such scenario.
Rajesh Nair, CEO of TopGear Consultants said, “Be careful how you respond to these questions for some of them are meant to test whether you really have the skills and passion for the job.” Candidate who are already gone through interviews are used to it but fresher don’t know how and when they can trapped by HR in tricky situation to answer. There are few tricky questions which can be asked in job interview. Have a look below:
Whenever the question “what is the first mistake you have done in your career” is asked you will be confused “I should tell or not”. But this is the best time to make your faith over HR. Honesty is worth and admitting your mistake make it more worthy in your career.
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Reason of change of job
This is a very common question asked by every interviewer. Right answer is must here as it defines your reason of success.
What to change?
If an interviewer asked you that “what you want to change in your current boss” then answer in the best way. Don’t answer this question as he asked but remember don’t criticise your boss as it leaves bad impression.
CTC or job satisfaction
Whenever you are asked to choose one of these them you will really get confuse because both are important for living. So answer it smartly and say CTC and job satisfaction in equal measure would be important.
When you are asked to carry your work at home or not then answer it in a best way because in both yes or no you are get trapped. You should say that “I do carry my work home sometimes when the work load is more.”
These are few tricky questions for you. So now onwards you must be prepared before going an interview. Apart from these questions you can also ask to your friends who are senior to you.