Our hiring managers have interviewed quite a few talented candidates through the course of Proof Management’s ongoing growth. Along the way, we have been most impressed by jobseekers who come prepared with questions of their own. Here are the things such candidates have asked about during their strong performances in interviews.

Asking what the ideal hire would look like and how the interviewee measures up is one query that leaves us intrigued. It’s nice to know that a person has put enough thought into the interview that he or she wants to make the best possible impression. This question also shows that the person really wants to be the right fit and is willing to work toward getting hired.

Good candidates also ask how the position for which they are applying has evolved over time. This is an effective way to learn about a company’s growth and overall culture. Anyone who is committed to constant improvement will be a good fit at Proof Management.

Soft skills that tap into other people’s needs and feelings are also key topics candidates should ask about, because it’s usually a safe bet that they have the technical abilities covered. It’s encouraging any time someone wants to know about our commitment to clear communication and empathy.

For more on what we look for during interviews, check out the Proof Management Newswire.

Our hiring managers have interviewed quite a few talented candidates through the course of Proof Management’s ongoing growth. Along the way, we have been most impressed by jobseekers who come prepared with questions of their own. Here are the things such candidates have asked about during their strong performances in interviews.

Asking what the ideal hire would look like and how the interviewee measures up is one query that leaves us intrigued. It’s nice to know that a person has put enough thought into the interview that he or she wants to make the best possible impression. This question also shows that the person really wants to be the right fit and is willing to work toward getting hired.

Good candidates also ask how the position for which they are applying has evolved over time. This is an effective way to learn about a company’s growth and overall culture. Anyone who is committed to constant improvement will be a good fit at Proof Management.

Soft skills that tap into other people’s needs and feelings are also key topics candidates should ask about, because it’s usually a safe bet that they have the technical abilities covered. It’s encouraging any time someone wants to know about our commitment to clear communication and empathy.

For more on what we look for during interviews, check out the Proof Management Newswire.