What employers want
Employers need information that covers 3 areas in an interview – and will ask numerous questions designed to get them the answers.
1. Can you do the job?
You’ve been asked to the interview, so it’s safe to assume that the employer has seen something in your CV they like. Now they want to find out more about your experience.
2. Will you do the job well?
An employer isn’t just looking for your capability, they also need to know you are motivated and hard working. Questions here will focus on your career aspirations.
3. Will you fit in to their business?
No one wants to employ someone who will disrupt their team dynamics. You’ll be asked questions about your strengths and weaknesses and how well you work in a team environment.