Top 50 Customer Service Interview Questions


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In this article we have asked our panel of experts for the top interview questions. We have also included pointers on how to deal with them.

Also, if you are recruiting for staff you may find that this provides you with a few tricky questions to ask.

Almost all interviews will include a competency based element. There are many different questions that the interviewer can use to determine whether you possess certain competencies. However, by matching the role profile competencies to specific examples from your past in preparation for the interview, you will be able to cover most eventualities.

During the interview make the right first impression…

1. “Why do you want to work here?”

To answer this question you must have researched the company. Reply with the company’s attributes as you see them and how your qualities match them.

2. “Tell me about yourself.”

This is not an invitation to ramble on. If the context isn’t clear, you need to know more about the question before giving an answer.

Whichever direction your answer ultimately takes, be sure that it has some relevance to your professional endeavors. You should also refer to one or more of your key personal qualities, such as honesty, integrity, being a team player, or determination.

3. “What is the biggest challenge you have faced in work in the past 12 months?”

This is often an opening question, as it allows you to use one of your strongest examples and may help you relax. For the interviewer, it is also an indication of where your natural focus or achievements may be – people development, process, cost reduction, change etc.

4. “What do you know about the centre/company/role?”

You are not required to be an expert on the organisation or role, but a genuine interest and basic understanding is expected. If you are working with a recruitment consultant then they should be able to provide you with extra details and assist with preparation.

In addition, look for and use press releases, corporate and social websites. Ring the call centre to see how they handle your call: do they offer ‘up-sell’, ‘cross-sell’, how was the service? Read the job description to prepare for this question, a few key facts or some knowledge show a genuine interest and commercial awareness.

5. “Why do you want this job?”

typed-jobsWhilst more money, shorter hours or less of a commute are all potential factors for your next role, they are unlikely to make you the ‘stand out’ candidate of the day.

Know what the company are looking for and the potential job available, and align this with your career to date. Highlight your relevant experience, goals and aspirations in line with the role, to showcase why you are the best person for the job.

6. “How would your team/manager describe you?”

Try to think about how you would describe yourself if someone asked you for your strengths, then relate these to what people say about you; peers, agents, managers and stakeholders. Have three or four at the ready, ideally in line with the role you are being interviewed for. Have examples or situations ready, in case your interviewer wants to drill down as to why you think or believe these are your key strengths.

7. “What is your biggest achievement?”

If possible, think work related. There will hopefully be a number of things you are most proud of in your career to date. Think about your key achievements; were they commercial, people or process orientated? What was the cause and effect? How were you involved, what was improved, saved or developed?

If you are short on career-based examples, use personal achievements which demonstrate the commercial skills required for the role, such as team work, commitment, empathy, determination, attention to detail, etc.

8. “Can you give me an example of… ?”

These questions will more often than not be based around the role competencies. Preparation and rehearsal are key to answering these effectively.

You will need two or three instances of how you may have: delivered change, managed conflict, improved performance, reduced absence, increased customer satisfaction, etc. You also need to be able to clearly and concisely communicate the problem, solution and outcome.

9. “What have you done to promote great customer service?”

handshakeFirstly, know what you think great customer service looks like. Look for situations and examples when you had an idea, a client, or customer call, where you personally went that extra mile.

Did you change a process or procedure? Or perhaps a staff member you mentored, coached or advised delivered a great customer service win or result for your team, brand or business.

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10. “What are the key factors which make a successful call centre?”

Fundamentally, if you look under the skin of the best teams and call centres, they do have certain things in common: clear communication, consistency, fun, performance management, leadership, engagement, incentives, etc.

Think what made up the best team or company you have been a part of or have seen. Have examples to back up any statements for how you would play a part in, or create, this team or environment yourself.

11. “How do you manage change?”

Change is an essential part of life in any call centre environment, as the industry strives to achieve best practice for their customers and stakeholders. Have some examples on how you personally managed, or were affected by, some change. What was your focus, what were you aiming to achieve and how did you deliver the outcome? Know what the problems encountered were and what was learned through and following the transformation.

12. “What was your reason for leaving?”

Wherever possible be positive, even if your role was short term or didn’t quite work out as expected, as it will have added extra experience or skills to your career history.

Although you are now looking to move on, acknowledge what you learned and what was on offer at the time. Demonstrate good reasons for the decisions you made and show that you understood what was to be gained, or acknowledge what you have learned from your past employer.

13. “Give me an example of how you have dealt with an under-performing team member in the past.”

This question is a typical example of competency-based interviewing (CBI) in practice. It is the most popular interview approach, based on the premise that future performance can be predicted by past behaviour.

The best way to prepare for CBI questions is to revisit the job description and person specification before your interview. You should then ensure that you have covered all bases and can comfortably provide examples for each competency. You must also be able to describe the particular scenario, the actions you took and the impact it had on the business.

Approach this particular question by outlining the processes you followed to investigate and resolve this issue. It is also important to explain the outcome. For example, you may have set an agenda of required actions following on from the meeting you held with the particular team member – can you describe what that was? If you created a performance plan that included clear training and development objectives make sure you say so.

Always finish by explaining how the action you took impacted the business. For example, the team member started to meet all targets and bring in more revenue.

14. Within the interview process you may be required to perform a role-play. A popular example of this is being asked to role-play an escalated call with an unhappy customer.

unhappy-customerIt is vital to have clear objectives before initiating conversation with the customer; what is your end goal? Ensure you are aware of the parameters, rules and regulations within the company. For example, if the issue is over money, can you refund it? What else can you offer to pacify the customer?

It is important to remain calm, confident, be clear and always remember to ask questions. The interviewer is looking for a patient and composed response. If you are still unsure about how best to approach role-plays contact your local recruitment consultant who should be able to offer you thorough advice.

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15. “Can you give me an example of a time when you had to motivate and develop a team in a challenging work environment?”

During interviews, difficult or awkward questions could come your way. The intention is not to catch you out, but to test how you operate under pressure.

This question is (again) in the format of competency-based interviewing, so remember to outline the specific actions you took to motivate your team, as interviewers want to see evidence of hands-on experience.

Make sure to describe all processes undertaken. For example: Did you use incentives to motivate the team? Did you implement training programmes? Did you improve internal communications to help engage staff? Did you implement or revisit career development plans to make the team feel valued? Did you take the time to understand each individual’s motivations?

Be clear and precise and be sure to convey any previous first-hand experience you have – they will want to feel confident that you can handle similar issues within the new role.

16. “What are your strengths and weaknesses?”

Many interviewers will ask you to name your strengths and weaknesses. Typically, people find it easier to express their strengths, but struggle when it comes to identifying even one weakness. Part of the reason for this may be that they do not want to disclose a particular weakness, as this may result in them failing to be successful in getting the job.

A good initial answer (bearing in mind you are applying for a telephone position) to the ‘strengths’ part would be “I have been told that I am an excellent communicator, especially on the telephone, but I feel I have good interpersonal skills generally and find it easy to get along with all sorts of people”.

For weaknesses you need to think of something which is really a strength but put it across as a weakness. It is also important to make it clear what you are doing to address that ‘weakness’.

A good example would be “I am a very conscientious worker and I get irritated by colleagues who don’t share this value and take any opportunity to take time off work or do the minimum required when they are there. I am learning, however, that these people generally get found out and I leave it to my supervisor to recognise these problems and address them”.

An answer such as this would probably make the interviewer think “well that’s not such a bad thing, actually”.

17. Give an example of this behaviour

Having given your strengths and weaknesses, you are then likely to be asked to give examples of when you have displayed this behaviour. Your credibility will plummet if you cannot give an example of the strengths you have stated. With the strengths listed above, a good response would be: “In my present job, I am often asked to handle difficult customer situations because my supervisor knows that I will handle them politely, efficiently and diplomatically and therefore only a few cases would ever get referred to her. Also, because of my strong interpersonal skills, I have often been asked to buddy-up with new team members, to make them comfortable in their new role at the earliest stage possible”.

When asked to give examples on the weaknesses, you need to think very carefully, and plan in advance what your response will be, as many people dig a very deep hole here. A good response to the weakness quoted would be: “I had a situation once where I knew that a more experienced colleague was regularly absent from work following nights out drinking, but she would say that she had a migraine. When this happened my workload increased significantly. I undertook this willingly but I must admit I was annoyed that this person was taking advantage of me and the company. However, I decided to let the supervisor do their job and just get on with mine. In quite a short space of time, the issue was addressed and the problem was resolved”.

18. “Can you give me an example of a particularly difficult customer you had to deal with and how you used your skills to successfully overcome the problem they had?”

climbing-laddersMany interviewees freeze at this question, simply because they cannot think of an example, rather than the fact that they have never dealt with one. So have an answer prepared and make sure it is one where you resolved the issue, not one where you had to refer the customer to a higher authority (it’s amazing how many people do this). What the interviewer is looking for are the skills you possess in handling difficult customers, not the intricate detail of the particular issue the customer had.

In your pre-prepared answer you should include the following:

  1. I listened carefully to what the customer had to say.
  2. I apologised and empathised with their situation.
  3. I confirmed my understanding of their concern.
  4. I took responsibility to resolve the issue.
  5. I offered a solution (plus alternatives if possible).
  6. I confirmed the customer was happy with this.
  7. I thanked the customer for raising the issue with me.
  8. I took immediate action following the call to resolve the situation.
  9. I remained calm throughout the whole process.
  10. (If appropriate) the customer wrote in to my supervisor congratulating me on my efficiency.

This may seem like a very long answer. But by explaining the situation, without going into the minutia of the product or the complaint, your response need be no more than one minute or so. You will also impress your prospective employer by demonstrating that you already have the skills necessary to handle the most difficult calls.

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19. “Describe how you have brought about business change through use of technology and process re-engineering, describing what particular techniques you have employed, e.g. 6 sigma, lean management, etc.”

What you need to show here is primarily an understanding of the particular project management methodology. For example, 6 sigma or lean management.

You should do this by giving an example of a project that went well, and show some of the challenges that you had to overcome along the way.

In particular, it would be useful to show examples of how you managed to get the team on your side and sharing the same vision for success.

If you have no experience of these types of methodologies, you should just give an example of a project that you worked on that went well.

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20. “Tell me about a difficult obstacle you had to overcome recently at work? How did you overcome this?”

Here your interviewer wants proof that you will tackle problems head on and not just bury your head in the sand.

A strong answer will clearly demonstrate a problem, an action and a solution.

For example:

Problem: When I was first promoted to team leader, I consistently struggled to ensure that my team achieved their sales targets on a Friday.
Action: I sought the advice of more experienced team leaders to find out how they motivated their teams through the Friday slog.
Solution: Acting on the advice of the other team leaders, I implemented a combination of incentives over the next few weeks and successfully boosted my team’s sales figures.

21. – 24. “Please tell me about a situation where someone was performing badly in your team.”

“What was the situation?”

“How did you deal with it?”

“What was the outcome?”

A model answer to the above 4 questions could look something like this:

As part of my regular team monitoring, I assess all advisors call quality in order to measure them against the relevant KPIs. When reviewing calls for one advisor, I noticed a trend where the advisor was quite abrupt with callers. I scheduled a meeting in private with that advisor, which I prepared for by reviewing supporting information (including their performance statistics for the month).

I adopted a supportive style as I raised my concerns with the individual regarding their approach with customers, and confirmed their awareness of the business expectations regarding excellent customer service. I sensitively discussed with them any reasons they felt they were unable to deliver this, and emphasised the balance which needed to be maintained between quality and quantity. I adopted a coaching style to enable the advisor to work through any barriers and identify solutions, agreed reasonable and tangible expectations for improvement, arranged appropriate support and scheduled weekly meetings to review their performance against these expectations. As a result, the advisor improved their performance and now consistently achieves all targets.

25. “How do you plan daily and weekly activities?”

Here your potential employer is looking to see that you are capable of planning your time effectively.

They want to hear things like how you hold team meetings to discuss the week ahead and allocate time slots and deadlines for various projects.

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Some key tips:

  • You must research the organisation fully on the web and through any other available sources of information. i.e. latest company information, performance reports, etc.
  • You must demonstrate (for a sales position) that you are motivated by money and driving performance – with a keen focus on figures.
  • You need to demonstrate that you have drive and are able to think outside the box when there are problems, whilst still following regulations and company procedures.
  • You need to demonstrate that you are brave enough to take risks but not afraid to run them by your manager first.
  • You must be able to demonstrate/back up examples of your experience and successes to date.

Dos and don’ts:

  • Do talk about what you have done within your team.
  • Do not always use the words “the company” or “we”. Instead try to explain examples and situations as ‘I’.
  • Do acknowledge mistakes if asked, but do put a spin on it that shows you came round and resolved the issue successfully.
  • Use the above examples to make sure you give well thought-out answers and examples to questions.
  • Make sure you have questions prepared for them (it’s likely that you will be asked if you have any questions).
  • At this level, organisations are looking to recruit the leadership team of the future. So bear in mind that they are looking for career-minded individuals who will progress up the ladder as quickly as possible.

All interviews will be different both in structure and the approach taken by the interviewer, but I hope the following suggestions may assist in the generic preparation for forthcoming interviews. It is important to note that whilst research and preparation is critical, your adaptability to their questions, and being relaxed and confident in your responses must also come through clearly.

Ensure you do your research. Undertake a number of Google searches on the organisation, look over their website and try to obtain as many independent articles on the company you can gather from the media or trade presses. Look to understand more about your interviewer and their background. If you are going through an agency ask them what they know of the person.

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Links

Ten probing interview questions

A tough competency based interview question

What you should think about before applying for a new management role

Why not also have a look at our Jobs pages

Have you been asked any great interview questions? Do you have better answers to any of the questions?

Please leave your comments in the box below.

With thanks to…

contributors

Mark Lightburn, Artis Recruitment (www.artiscc.co.uk) for responses to questions 1-3

Michelle Ansell, Douglas Jackson (www.douglas-jackson.com) questions 4-12

Geoff Sims, Hays Contact Centres (www.hays.com/contactcentres/) questions 13-15

Clive Harris, Specialist Contact Centre Services (www.specialistccs.com) questions 16-18

Francesca Randle & Kirsty Ryan, Cactus Search (www.cactussearch.co.uk) questions 21-24

Answers 26. to 50.

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Published On: 6th Sep 2013 - Last modified: 9th Aug 2016

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125 Comments
  1. I always stumbled on the what is your biggest weakness. I hated that question when I was in interviews. I’m sure the interviewer saw the beads of sweat running down my forehead. On one occassion I actually said I can’t think of any and the interviewer said I need you to answer so I sat there for seemed an entire age trying to think of something my head went completely blank. Very embarrassing.

    Virtual Office 12 Jan at 1:10 pm
  2. As easy as some of these questions may look, they can some time put you in embarrasing situation as you are least prepared to answer them…this article is great lesson in preparing for questions that may sound simple but difficult to answer when thrown at you in an interview…Thanks to all who contributed to this article.

    Kirti Srivastava 15 Jan at 11:55 am
  3. Can the answers to the questions be more eloborated, keeping in mind that a call centre manager is going for an interview, what specifically he should answer so that its his day.

    Vicky 19 Jan at 8:21 am
  4. great article

    Anonymous 12 Aug at 9:44 pm
  5. excellent source of information,But

    Ron Watson 14 Oct at 11:51 pm
  6. Having become a raving fan of the Strength Finder system, I now have a range of answers to that tricky “what are your weakness” question and have no problem telling them the truth. My weaknesses are in areas that come no where near my working life (I’m a business analyst) e.g. sport, science, music. I do the job I do because my strengths work well in an office and in my career I avoid my weaknesses e.g. sport.

    So before you get this question again, stop and think, what are you REALLY bad at that you NEVER do at work – that is probably your weakness cos not many people work in areas of their altimate weakness. You will get surprised reactions to this type of answer but it will be the truth.

    GJ 18 Oct at 6:34 am
  7. Having become a raving fan of the Strength Finder system, I now have a range of answers to that tricky “what are your weakness” question and have no problem telling them the truth. My weaknesses are in areas that come no where near my working life (I’m a business analyst) e.g. sport, science, music. I do the job I do because my strengths work well in an office and in my career I avoid my weaknesses e.g. sport.

    So before you get this question again, stop and think, what are you REALLY bad at that you NEVER do at work – that is probably your weakness cos not many people work in areas of their altimate weakness.

    You may get surprised reactions from this type of answer but it will be the truth.

    GJ 18 Oct at 6:37 am
  8. Information given is highly appreciative by me.
    It makes me more aware/prepared for upcoming interviews.
    I have learnt a lot from it and will not hesitate in passing on this info to colleagues.
    The Question of strengths n weaknesses are mind boggling…It should be stated that whatever you are at is your strength, and whatever you have difficulties in handling is your weakness.(we should try to relate them to job in question)
    Thanks for such valuable info!!

    Nadeen 6 Nov at 5:43 pm
  9. what have done in my team that everyone tried doing but couldnt and i eventually did it.

    victor 8 Dec at 4:49 pm
  10. well good

    abi 21 Jan at 7:58 pm
  11. great article thanks very much.

    nv 23 Jan at 8:19 pm
  12. Can you tell me about a time that you were able to solve a tough problem that you encountered with a customer without referring to your direct supervisor or manager?

    Anonymous 24 May at 9:15 pm
  13. Describe a situation when you have helped drive a business change as a result of customer research/analysis

    vish 26 May at 1:58 pm
  14. Any one knew what type of questions would be asked to assess the candidates’ “Analytical Skills” and “Interactive communication skills”? Does not any one have clues. THanks

    tony 10 Jun at 9:46 pm
  15. well done. great hint for job seekers

    IT Jobs 22 Jun at 2:08 pm
  16. my question is ”how you would deal with different situations you are likely to encounter”? position : Senior Admin Assistant in a clinic

    baby 31 Jul at 7:02 pm
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    roisin 7 Aug at 6:40 pm
  18. Describe a time where you were presented with the challenge of working with or gaining information from a person with specific needs?

    Issy 8 Aug at 7:54 am
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    ANNU KALER 18 Oct at 9:51 am
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    craig 28 Nov at 11:27 pm
  24. VERY USEFUL QUESTIONS FOR AN INTERVIEWEE …..

    Sumit Rana 17 Dec at 1:19 pm
  25. These questions really don’t change a lot from postion to postion or company to company, either. 😉

    Carla Bosteder 4 Jan at 11:37 pm
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    jyotsna 17 Jan at 4:38 pm
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    lucia 20 Mar at 6:26 am
  31. The “weaknes question” is the meanest. By now, every interviewer is already prepared for the standard answers like “i am perfectionist”.
    Great guide anyway.

    Jeffrey 21 Mar at 5:00 pm
  32. Please provide an example of when your determination or competitive spirit has been key to a successful outcome. Personal or professional examples are acceptable.

    Sara 22 Mar at 4:33 am
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  44. I interviewed somebody once who told me his weakness was his flat feet lol

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  48. For the question what is your strength and weakness? I think the best answer is th same i mean what’s your answer in strength is also your weakness…for me the best answer is FAMILY..

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  56. Excellent post – both for human resource managers and people looking for jobs!

    Michele Hartley 18 Dec at 9:43 am
  57. A great foundation to build on or personalised answers.

    Toydsj 2 Feb at 10:05 pm
  58. The questions seem simple but need an ability to think stay focus and go Ace the interview

    consy 3 Feb at 8:13 pm
  59. If you don’t have a degree, place that down as a weakness. Tell the interviewer that you always have to prove that you are capable of doing the work by trying to be the best, just like in your previous positions.

    If you have a degree, tell them that employers may take this achievement as a shield and not focus on personal qualities. You have more than this ‘shield’ to offer to the company.

    Ozzie 17 Feb at 12:45 pm
  60. Am so happy to come across your article…..am sure i will be more confident in my upcoming interview.thank you.

    Tl 13 Mar at 11:50 pm
  61. If answers are also provided to the above questions it would be great.

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  64. As a hiring authority, many of the questions are similar to what I ask. However, memorizing answers will get you nowhere when it comes to integrity, team chemistry and personality. I can see through most of the charades. Most skills can be taught, determination, drive and perseverance cannot. Always be honest and candid. It makes more of a difference than you may think.

    Bryan 3 May at 10:37 pm
  65. Thanks for the information, really useful. Hoping to score that job

    Kim 6 May at 3:52 am
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    srikanth 9 May at 5:40 pm
  67. It was good. Hope ill get through my interview 🙂

    Ishi 13 May at 7:11 am
  68. It was good information but has to give the answers also..

    Nafees khan 4 Jul at 7:44 am
  69. Amazing.Thanks 🙂

    Manoj 31 Jul at 6:43 am
  70. Im about to undergo interview lst wik,but for some risons it was posponed.den suddenly,i saw this article..then realized dat im not yet ready for dat said interview.god is good.e evrythng hapens for a reason.finally i can say dt im confident enaf to undergo and pass to my interview.thanks a lot

    luisa gavilan 9 Aug at 11:33 am
  71. Thanks for the advice and alerts

    girdar 22 Aug at 5:23 pm
  72. Great article, with a good insight into interviewers and the types / angle of questions you may get.

    There are only so many question you can ask that are general and then specific to the role. You always get the weird questions within some interviewers I think its just to see how the candidate reacts…

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    KnowHow 31 Aug at 7:36 pm
  73. its very help for me of my further interviews. thanks alot

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    Sal 12 Nov at 8:26 am
  79. Amazing Help this is!

    Haven’t even read through everything as of yet but thought it was worth commending first.

    Thanks for this…

    TT 16 Nov at 12:46 am
  80. I got the job Thanks you

    Matt 29 Nov at 11:45 am
  81. I think to be your self, scrbble nots down on paperwork, no tv no sounds a very quiet room. And say this, what is it i did my previous job each day and how i did it, what steps i took to do my job and when things got to some thing needing a repair or an upset customer its very easy the problem is the brain tends shut off when put on the hot plate, don,t let this cause to be blinded by it, its just how you human body reacts.

    But instead see it through, good preperation and practice and practice and practice i usual go 4 – 5 days of just running through my answers, ok yes you are in effect talking to your self, but you practice at chatting talking more and more and more, the more you do the better you will get at it, the answers to these questions have been thought out of the answers an situations you have been in, when you look and think back, to your pre jobs all the answers are there, the phone call you recieved, the upset customer, the actions you took to put it right and reassure them, how delt with a time deadline ie what did you actually do to carry that out, was it in a team, did you have help, was there obstacle what did you do to get round them, how did you plan your repair, what tools did you need, was it scheduled or instant repair, put into words what you actually do in your job, from Am and Pm and will see it was all there for you to answer, just let you brain relax and do some deep thinking.

    Just like im thinking right now to type this, that is some i did. Ie i used the internet to get this acroos ie the tool i used and used typing to convey the idea across to like minded people in this area of employment working with people ie in this comment page which is in affect the group of members in coming together to solve problem, ie your already actually answering what you know will be asked. Remember be strong smile have some fun with it, practice at controlling your breathing and do it each day, remember practice practice, wright it down, go online, research, and no matter how you feel spend several hours each before the big day, the more armed you are the better you will feel on the day, also you control your nerves not the other way round, breath relax, show them you know how to solve situations as that is one of the things they are observing, they are not there to embarres you, they are just trying to build up a picture, just be your self.

    remember practice practice pracice, see the situation in your minds eye, open up your thoughts thats teh best way to approach it and trust your self more.

    hope this helps guys.

    go for it, be strong.

    mr chips 14 Dec at 4:11 pm
  82. As a professional trainer of english job interviews and being an ex-head hunter I come across lots of advice. This article is one of the better ones and I really enjoyed reading it ad will be adopting some of your interview answers in my training material. Thanks and keep up the good work.

    Karl 11 Jan at 11:11 pm
  83. QUESTIONS ARE A LITTLE BIT HARD BUT THROUGH THIS YOU CAN HAVE AN IDEA ON HOW YOU HANDLED EVERYTHING DURING THE INTERVIEW.

    BEVERLY UY 23 Jan at 6:19 am
  84. Going to use these today 🙂 very good questions to ask.

    Katie 28 Jan at 10:14 am
  85. Thanks for this wonderful piece. its really informative.

    prakash 31 Mar at 6:39 pm
  86. great help! thanks

    tiana 4 Apr at 5:00 pm
  87. thank you for the information this is very usefull and for thr future purpose.

    Anonymous 29 Apr at 7:36 am
  88. Thanks a lot for wonderful info on how to tackle interview most useful i have come across keep it up well done to you all 5* rating info

    kalpesh 6 May at 4:28 pm
  89. Thankyou for the help

    Luke 14 May at 9:48 am
  90. Exactly what I needed before going to my final interview tonight. Thanks for the insights!

    mahokster 16 May at 2:06 am
  91. With a huge number of people going for customer service posts in the call center industry, it should be important that they learn how to handle interview questions. I am part of a company that helps people get good jobs after taking a course with us and so these questions are definitely going to help in our training. Thank you for sharing these.

    John Borillo 4 Jun at 8:54 am
  92. How do I answer a question like how do you rate your computer skills including keyboarding and data entry

    Kaz 28 Jun at 12:42 pm
  93. It is best to be honest. For keyboard skills some idea of words per minute would be a good idea.

    jonty pearce 30 Jun at 10:05 am
  94. Thanks ! It will help me a lot

    Iiko Chan 6 Jul at 5:45 pm
  95. Great… It’s really help me out to clear my interviews…. Thank… 🙂

    Anonymous 22 Jul at 8:00 pm
  96. This is really helpful Thank you more than you can imagine 🙂

    Huda 30 Aug at 9:22 pm
  97. Thanks, useful information.

    Mohan 6 Sep at 1:05 pm
  98. Really good.. helpful article with detailed answers..GOD BLESS YOU..

    Ajnaz 7 Oct at 6:12 am
  99. Thanks! Great Help!

    gab 8 Oct at 11:43 am
  100. thanks for giving such a good point of information.thank you for the help

    allan 29 Jan at 5:47 am
  101. This can help to those people who wants some more difficult questions .. anyway this is amazing, it helps me a lot !

    Anonymous 8 Feb at 3:10 am
  102. very good questions thank you for the insight..it is thought provoking..

    BS 11 Feb at 7:32 am
  103. thanks for giving more good point of information.ones again thank you for the help

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    fiuni sakunika 16 Feb at 5:15 am
  105. thank you soooo much….it is realy helpful

    Divya 27 Feb at 5:35 am
  106. Why do you want to work here? When this question is asked, many interview candidates make the mistake of rambling how they aren’t getting growth in their current organization which is why they are making the switch.

    You genuinely want passionate people to join your organization rather than someone seeking an escape route.

    This is so very helpful and is going into my bookmarks.

    Alissa Addison 7 Mar at 7:36 am
  107. i wish the answers where there too

    ale 1 Apr at 5:14 pm
  108. really it was very help full to me………..thnx alot

    imran 17 Apr at 4:00 pm
  109. Hope itwill help 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

    alawal 12 May at 12:09 pm
  110. By far one of the best websites about prepping yourself for an interview. Very detailed and positive. After bombing my last interview I’m surely ready for the next one! thumbs up for the people that took the time and process in developing this yay

    Nickkie 23 May at 2:35 am
  111. realy good 🙂

    Anonymous 8 Jun at 3:17 am
  112. Really well written article…

    Kiwi007 13 Jul at 10:26 am
  113. thank you so much for this article. this really gave me insights to be confident and be ready for my first ever job interview! whew…hope it will work out well. haha.

    aeon 25 Jul at 2:38 pm
  114. very useful information, at least I feel relieved

    iyorchir 10 Aug at 8:46 am
  115. Going back into job search after redundancy eight months ago and undergoing an operation in the meantime, I thank you for this insight

    Loubeelou 11 Aug at 9:25 pm
  116. SUCSESSFUL CANDIDATE OF CALL CENTURE,
    1. CONFIDANT YOUR ABILITY TO ACHIVE.
    2.BE ENEGETIC.
    3. BE SOCIAL
    4.CONTROL YOUR FEELINGS TOWARDS PEOPLE
    5.LOVE YOUR WORK.
    6.TALK POSITIVELY TO THE CLIENT

    BENSON NNDWAMBI 1 Sep at 3:32 pm
  117. i read whole and i m sure it will help me in future.

    paras yadav 30 Sep at 9:21 am
  118. thank u so much …for this tips really good 😉

    santhosh 16 Oct at 1:44 pm
  119. I have been read your 50 interview question for recruiting staff. Thats question maybe I am use to my new recruit staff for my company. I hope I will find the best staff for my company. Thanks for your helpful tips….

    harga ac 10 Dec at 6:39 am
  120. Great

    clark 18 Dec at 10:52 am
  121. I am very grateful for this pathway which will smoothen my career history.God bless you mightily

    Mbah Celestine 31 Dec at 1:38 pm
  122. Helpful tips, thank you so much

    Manu 7 Jan at 10:42 pm
  123. .i learn a lot for this article i hope i finally reach my dream work thank so much

    rose 23 Jan at 8:25 am
  124. This is really good. I have learnt a lot by simply skimming through ua interview guidelines.

    Shuwu Julius` 29 Mar at 2:33 pm
  125. These questions and reply are great ,thank you so much.

    rahul sannake 8 Apr at 6:53 am
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