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Subjects that should be covered during the hiring process

Job interviews can be nerve-wracking, but it's important to remember that they're a two-way street.

While the interviewer is evaluating your qualifications, you should also be assessing whether the company is a good fit for you.

*To do this, it's essential to ask the right questions. *

1. Work Organization

Ask about the company's typical workday, including hours and office policies.

Make sure you understand what equipment you'll be provided with, and what you'll need to bring from home.

2. Responsibilities and Technicalities

Make sure you're clear on your responsibilities, from start to finish.

If you have technical questions, be sure to ask if there's someone who can answer them.

3. Team Organization

Ask about the team you'll be working with, including its size and how it operates.

Find out what roles people have, and whether teams cooperate on the same project.

4. Your Future

Inquire about what opportunities for growth and development are available to you, both in terms of training and promotion.

Ask how often you can expect evaluation meetings and the possibility of pay raises.

5. Benefits and Events

Find out what benefits the company offers, including health insurance, lunch cards, and sports cards.

Ask whether they prefer to provide benefits or a higher salary.

Asking these questions will help you get a better sense of what it would be like to work at the company, as well as whether it's a good fit for your career goals.

Remember, job interviews are as much about you finding a good fit as they are about the company finding the right candidate.

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