There is tremendous pressure upon interviewers to get it right. You’re worried they’re analysing you; they’re worried they can’t read your mind. The key is to know their unspoken questions and to answer them.
As the job market becomes increasingly competitive and work styles give way to more agile working practices, many companies now conduct phone interviews as part of their recruitment process. We’re here to shed some light on what candidates can expect during an FDM graduate programme telephone interview with one of our recruiters.
Recruiters may sometimes throw curveballs at you to assess you in a different light. Here are ten actual examples to give you an insight on what your interviewers are looking for when they toss them your way.
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Here are some sample questions you could be asked at different stages of the graduate recruitment process at Deloitte, followed by tips on how to show their recruiters that you possess the competencies they're looking for!
Interviewees aren’t burned at the stake for asking interesting, smart questions. Quite the reverse, in fact! Making your interviewers think "Wow, you’re intelligent!" will make them warm to you in the best possible way.