Pre-interview question to ask yourself: How much do I know about this company?
A quick Google search you can pretty much find anything you want to know about a company.
1. How is the culture of this workplace? What will my roles and expectations be?
Expressing interest in knowing what’s expected of you before you get the position shows that you’re serious. It’s a display of your desire to fully understand your obligations before the first day of training. In one word: ambition.
2. Do you enjoy working here? Can you name a time when you felt extra proud to be a part of this company?
Chances are high that if they’re in a role that involves interviewing people, both of these questions will be a resounding ‘yes.’ Everyone enjoys talking about themselves, too. If you give them permission to take the floor, you’ll not only learn valuable lessons from someone. It’ll also relieve a lot of the tension interviewing environments evoke.
3. How does my position contribute to the goals of the company?
Understanding the layout and structure of the company, as well as your personal involvement, breeds a team-first attitude.
4. What does your company consider a “success?” -or- What does your company consider “excelling?”
No matter what job, success is what we all strive for. Knowing what that means to a given company is crucial to your daily workflow, development, and progress.
5. Does anything on my resume concern you? Do you have questions about anything you see?
It will encourage them to ask questions about you personally, which would be a good chance to point out special things on your resume . Furthermore, this is a good chance to let your personality show.