An interview is all about how effectively you are able to handle the pressure and come out with flying colors. No matter how long the interview session might be, you should never lose your composure and start making mistakes such as giving bad answers to the questions asked by the interviewer. This will show that you are incapable of handling pressure and you can be easily made to lose your calm. Always think twice before you answer any question in an interview because some of the questions might be a double edged sword. So go through the answers in your mind for a second or two before your mouth starts spitting things out you will soon regret. Let us look at some of the bad answers that candidates tend to give when attending an interview so that you can make yourself familiar with the correct way of answering them.
Understanding the company and what they do can be one of the most important aspects of an interview. Knowing what the company does, how they operate, and what their mission is can make the interviewing process a success. Why? Because you can incorporate their corporate values and structure into answers when the interviewer asks, “why should we hire you?”. And yes, you should have answers ready for the dreaded HR interview questions. (more…)