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  • Writer's pictureKaren Gittins

Top 20 Questions to Ask at the End of an Interview

Updated: May 15




1.     What are your expectations for me in the role

2.     What’s the most important thing I should accomplish in the first 90 days

3.     What’s the performance review process like here and how often?

4.     What metrics or goals will my performance be evaluated against

5.     What types of skills is the team missing that you're looking for to fill with a new hire?

6.     Do you expect my main responsibilities in this position to change in the six months to a year?

7.     Can you tell me about the team I will be working with?

8.     Can you provide examples of challenges I might face in this role and how the team typically handles them?

9.     How would you describe the company culture and how does it support employee growth and development?

10.  Can you share insights into the team's communication style and how collaboration typically occurs?

11.  What resources or support systems are in place to help employees succeed in their roles?

12.  Are there opportunities for professional development or further education within the company?

13.  How does this role contribute to the overall goals and mission of the company?

14.  Can you describe a typical day or week in this position?

15.  What is the company's approach to work-life balance, and how do employees typically manage their workload?

16.  Can you provide examples of how the company has adapted to industry changes or market trends in the past?

17.  Is there anything else I should know about the role or the company that hasn't been discussed?

18.  What is your favourite part of working here?

19.  What gets you most excited about the company’s future?

20.  How would you describe the company’s values?

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