For this question remember that you need to mention your strength that is associated with the job role. Say that you're a good problem-solver, motivator, team player, optimist, loyal, patient, and can work under pressure. Also, contribute your answers with examples so that they are effective.
It is always advisable to ask one or two questions as it shows your interest in the company and boosted about the job role. Remember to ask some questions related to the job description, workplace environment, job role growth and more. Remember not to ask about salary, perks, leave etc
This is the very first question in any interview and one needs to be prepared with an answer to this question. The answer should be casual and not work related unless asked for. For this question mention the jobs that you have worked till now and how your skills and experience would be perfect for this job. Always start from the farthest and talk about the present.
This is a straightforward question. All you have to do is make sure that your 'likes' correspond to the skills required for the job on offer. Be enthusiastic; describe your job as interesting and diverse but do not overdo it - after all, you are looking to leave.
This is somewhat a tough question and hence, you need to leave the choice to the employer. Do not ask for any specific salary, you can mention and leave the choice by saying them to mention the range for this job role.
Say that you obtain complete satisfaction in janitor or custodian jobs. You gain a sense of completion when you look at the output of your hard work at the end of the day.
The key intention for a janitor position is to sustain a germ-free environment which is always neat and tidy. The main janitorial duties include dusting furniture and equipment's, office cleaning, mopping the floor, sweeping, minor electricity maintenance and plumbing, cleaning toilets, lawn, and clearing up snow off pathways.
This type of character interview questions are asked to know your efficiency and if you would be ready to do any task at times. You can mention an example where you worked in an organization which had less staff. At that moment, you were asked to do extra shift in order to support your organization.
State how you are looking for a new challenge, more responsibility, experience and a change of environment. Do not be negative in your reasons for leaving. It is rarely appropriate to cite salary as your primary motivator.
I would find it good to work under pressure and interested in handling challenging situations. Say that you have the capability to diffuse stress and enjoy work. Mention that you have been working under stressful conditions and have met the strict deadline.