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Topic Title: Interview Questions
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Created On: 02 April 2012 11:07 PM
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 02 April 2012 11:07 PM
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I had an interview last week, and I was asked two questions
1. how would you behave differently at work than at home?
2. If company's data has been deleted, what would you do?
How should I approach these kinds of questions in future, if ny one have any suggestions I will be grateful.
 06 April 2012 03:29 AM
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Do it by your heart.
 10 April 2012 11:30 AM
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My first thoughts of these two questions are that they are very manipulative.. Although I'm sure employers would say they are very clever questions!

They seem to be asking questions for a specific answer, to find exactly out what kind of person you are.

I would answer these questions very carefully, expressing that you kept the same attutidude at home as you do at work. By working hard, safe and put enjoyment to a sensible level in what ever you do. I would also express that I was a trustworthy person an that if company's data was deleted for any reason that you would be of no part of it, as you are a company person that wants to take the company through to the next generation.

Hope this helps

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