1. What is a good employee?

A good employee is someone who is not a kiss ass to their boss. An employee who comes to work on time, an employee who is not conceited, love to go to school to learn something new and not to get free experience at work (when some employee pay thousands of $ just to be promoted). A good employee is not putting their-self up and gossiping of other employee.

2. How to be a part of the solutions of the problem?

Be part of the solutions. Quit whining about what's wrong and start being vocal about what's right! A positive attitude goes a long way with many supervisors. When you go to the boss with a problem, go with at least one suggestion in mind for a solution. Even if the boss doesn't take your suggestion, you will look like a problem-solver, not a complainer. Your boss has their own private lives to leave at the door, so do you. If you keep piling on the emotional baggage, then your boss may see that you can't balance your personal life from your work life. They will not approach you when they want to ask employees about perhaps open door advice when it comes to work related group efforts.

3. How you behave professionally?

This is a business, not a playground. People talk, and workers know the difference between a person who is fun to work with and a person who is always fooling around. Fun means a good personality, a joke or two, and a smile. Fooling around is wasting your time and that of others, being frequently off-task, and often being seen standing in the work-space of others instead of in your own.

4. What is the mean by an employee having a will issue or a skill issue?

Will issue is when an employee is not interested in working or completing the task assigned, no matter how urgent or critical the situation is, the employee or team member will not perform or show productivity neither will give quality work.

Skill issue is when an employee is interested in working or performing the assigned task but is incapable of doing so, there can be many reasons:
1) not experienced
2) does not have knowledge or not trained
3) does not have certified

The skill issue employee can be trained and if given the correct direction they always perform and show their caber and give better output.

5. Tell me will employ would be self-motivated?

A good employee never hesitates of taking responsibility or a more responsible position. She also ready to work beyond the call of duty in order to meet goals or to solve problems, even if the job in discussion is not one of the regular works she is usually assigned.

6. How much well communication is important?

Employers love to hire employees who have the ability to communicate well and express themselves in a clear manner, whether in writing or speaking. Inaccurate/inappropriate communication between employees can cause many problems to the company.

7. Tell me are you disciplined and punctual?

Every boss loves a punctual, disciplined and conscientious employee. Time is money. Coming late to office, taking unnecessary breaks, procrastinating and leaving earlier than the usual hours cost money to the company. No employer will ever appreciate this.

8. Can employ would be team player?

Many companies consist of teams. Any company requires an effective team effort. An employer who can contribute is an ideal worker. Someone who is like a fish in the water (of the organization), who can perform well in a team will become a factor sooner or later.

9. What makes an employee good?

If there is one thing that everyone can agree upon in the job market, it is that great employees are hard to come by. Whether you are an employee yourself and you feel like you are always pulling the weight of the other people in the office or if you are a boss who is wondering how you can actually get some people on board who can do the job, you know that great employees are at a premium. But what exactly makes an employee great? These ten top things are guides to bosses looking for greatness in a new hire and for employees trying to get noticed in the workplace and be the kind of employee who has the potential to move up in the company chain.

10. How you maintain a clean job performance record?

Maintain a clean job performance record. Do a good job, show up on time, keep a good attendance history. When you find out someone has been let go, you often find out later that there were underlying circumstances that led to their dismissal--including frequent absences, missed deadlines, reprimands for unprofessional behavior, or too many customer complaints. If you don't do that, you don't have room to negotiate.

Download Interview PDF