80 Killer/Cheat and Ice Breaking Questions in a Job Interview Question 2021-22
First of all how are you(working from home, be safe)? 2021-22 Will be good think positive and start prepare..... Now lets talk about Intervi...
First of all how are you(working from home, be safe)? 2021-22 Will be good think positive and start prepare.....
Now lets talk about Interview questions we will cover every type of interview questions here as you know among the questions of a job interview, there are always some that are repeated, they are necessary for the interviewer to know something more about you and expand what he has already read on your resume. For that reason I have decided to collect the most frequently asked questions in a job interview and offer them to you, along with some advice, so that you can prepare as well as possible.
The purpose of the interviews is that after them, the company can know who and how you are. So be sincere in your answers or they may turn against you. They can always check what you have told them or rephrase questions during the interview to corroborate the data, and in some of them you can contradict yourself.
To find out more about you, they are going to ask you about this:
- Questions to break the ice
- About the company and the position you are applying for
- From your training and professional experience
- The job search and your expectations
- How do you work as a team and what role do you have?
- How stress and pressure affect you
- Decision making and initiative
- About your personality
- Questions about your private life
- Some unusual questions
- What you should ask
- Video introduction
- Cheat questions
- Killer Questions
Do not memorize the most common answers, take it as a guide with which you can get an idea of ??what is the dynamics of job interviews
What I recommend is that you analyze yourself to really know how you are, what preparation you have for the position you are applying for and what work goals you are pursuing. When you are clear about this information, try to get someone to ask you the questions and write down your answers, listen to yourself and assess whether the answers you have given are reasonable and sincere, that is what they will ask you on the day of the interview.
Tip about your questions and your answers
I am sure that you have seen many times how a politician is asked about the mistakes that he has made in his management, or about those that his party has made.
But you've never really heard them answer, listing those mistakes. Well that is the idea, you can recognize that if you have made mistakes, since that makes you human and is more realistic, but do not mention anything concrete or serious, focus on how you solved them , and how they have served you to learn and achieve many more hits.
The first questions (To break the ice)go up
How is your heart doing at this point? you should relax. You are in front of the interviewer, but you have already prepared the interview and after some first questions or comments to break the ice, they will ask you about your work and student life , perhaps about your private life and little else. So you are prepared for whatever.
Although from the first moment they will be valuing you, in this first contact with the person who is going to interview you, it is about breaking the ice with trivial questions and comments , which we all usually do in your daily life, so do not worry about excess.
So in this case it is not about giving the most accurate answers, but the advice to let go, be natural and simply chat normally to get to know each other a little more.
1 What a day!? How hot / cold / rainy?
Typical elevator conversation. Just give your opinion on how you see the day, you do not need to prove anything, so do not complicate making weather reports.
2 Did you have a hard time finding the building / business? How was the trip?
If they have paid for your travel and accommodation, do not criticize them at the first opportunity, say that everything has gone well and without incident. You are also not interested in arguing about this topic, so don't spend more minutes than necessary.
If they ask you because you are late , apologize and do not mention the reasons if they are not important. No coach likes to hear excuses from the first question.
3 How do you prefer me to call you?
My name is Javier, and that name appears on my resume. But I prefer to be called Javi, so I would mention that option. In any case, it is preferable that you do not say that you do not care , since the name is one of the most important things you have and you deserve to be called what you like the most.
Knowledge about the company and the position you are applying for go up
Anyone in Human Resources likes to see concern and interest in the candidate. And these questions will serve to assess your interest in the company and the job you are applying for. It is a way of seeing if you are really going to give your all in that position and have invested time in researching, or for you it is simply a way of obtaining income and you have knocked on this door, just as you could have done in another.
These types of questions facilitate the candidate selection and management process, since the answers obtained are usually decisive, and in all recruitment and personnel selection processes they make sure to include them:
4 What do you know about our company?
This is without a doubt one of the first questions they can ask you. It is quite logical that if the candidate has invested time in finding out what the company does and knows it thoroughly, his interest in the position is real, and therefore from the beginning he shows interest and commitment. It goes without saying that nowadays with media such as the internet, it is very easy to get informed and interact with the company through social networks , before the interview.
5 What will your job consist of?
Another way to find out if you have bothered to know the characteristics of the job you are applying for. You must respond according to what was described in the job offer, your own experience, or the inquiries you have made , but always rigorously and without assuming anything.
6 Why do you think you are the right person for this job?
It is directly related to the previous question, and it is about answering, emphasizing your strengths regarding work experience and knowledge . It is also important to summarize what is important, such as your illusion, desire to work, interest in that job or the knowledge you have of the company. You should always keep in mind, stand out from other candidates
Be clear about the characteristics of the ideal candidate for that position, and value your professional profile in that sense. Don't try to belittle other candidates.
7 Do you know someone who works in the company?
It is a very repeated question in which you should be honest and mention someone, only if you really know them. Since it is very likely that they will end up asking him about you , and it is also very possible that they will ask you more specific questions about the company and the position you are applying for, since it is expected that you have asked your acquaintance in those terms.
Questions about training and professional experience
What we put on the resume is not always accurate, or perhaps it is incomplete. So thanks to these types of questions, they will get the information they need from you.
They are also the type of questions that you should impress, mentioning your greatest successes and showing what you have learned, both in the student stage, and in that of practical experience in similar jobs.
Regarding the professional stage, the interviewer wants to know in which position and company you have excelled, so try to make a good script and have it mentally prepared.
8 What languages ?? do you speak?
One of the essential questions in a selection process refers to the languages ??you speak and what your level of command of the language is
.If on your resume you state that you master a language and for that job it is necessary that you speak it, have no doubt that you may fall one or more questions to which you must answer, in English, German, French.
9 What experience do you have in this sector?
As with talking about your general work experience, you should adjust to those jobs that most closely resemble the one you are now applying for , and highlight those that have given you skills for this new job. If, on the other hand, you have not worked in the sector before, you can respond by mentioning those internships, volunteers or courses that are directly related to the sector, and the position you are applying for.
10 How did you get your last job?
At this point, you need to show that you have initiative and that you are an active worker . So if you got the job on your own, it is good that you explain how you did it and value your proactivity.
11 Have you been fired from a job?
In a selection process it is important not to lie, you must answer affirmatively if this has happened and not hide anything , since it is something very easy to find out. If they delve into the question, avoid criticizing your previous company or bosses, it is about taking it to your field and not blaming yourself for it.
You can expose what you have learned from that situation, how that has made you change, and tell what happened without going into details that harm you.
12 Who can provide me with your references?
If you have not added the references to your resume, you must be prepared and keep a list with the people who know you best and who can give the best opinion about you , talk to them first so they know that they could call them. Sometimes they will not call anyone, and they will simply do it to see how you react, so taking it prepared will score a goal.
13 What job successes would you highlight?
Try to explain those successes that, in addition to benefiting you personally, have been a benefit for the company . Make him see that the skills you demonstrated in those cases, you could also apply them in the job you are applying for.
14 Have you made a professional mistake?
When you acknowledge a mistake, you have a chance to do better next time, so do n't be afraid to acknowledge it. We all make mistakes. So you can talk about having made a mistake when joining a company in which you did not advance as desired, or how, you did not achieve the desired objective in a project.
15 What has been your biggest professional disappointment?
If you have several, quote only one. Explain what it was about, try to tell something that you could not directly control, but do not talk about not having your salary raised, that someone else was promoted in your place, etc. That could hurt you
Focus on the argument of how you accepted and got over that situation . Don't try to blame others, so don't talk about feelings towards the people involved
16 Have you ever had to fire someone?
If you have, don't explain it as if it was easy. He argues that it was a difficult and thoughtful decision , and that after assessing what was best for the company, you had to do it.
The job search and your expectations
It is about asking yourself questions that will help you to know if you have actively sought employment, if you have invested your time as unemployed in continuing to train and ultimately if you are an orderly person who follows a plan, to reach certain goals in life .
17 Why did you spend so much time in the same job and the same company?
It is increasingly rare, but if you have spent many years in the same position, you will respond by saying that the company has changed a lot since its inception and that you have been changing with it. You should certainly sorry image stuck . Unlike. You must show that you have been evolving and adapting to changes.
If, on the other hand, there were no major changes in your company, you will emphasize positive things, such as loyalty to the company, believing in a project and that the advantage of maintaining a stable job is highly valued by you.
18 Do you consider that your last job was the best?
It's about making the interviewer see that you were successful in your previous job, because you gave it your all . And that thanks to the knowledge acquired, now is when you are best prepared for this new job
19 Why was he not working for so long?
The answer is not easy and will depend on several factors, but you can answer that it is not something that you are very clear about . And then put yourself in value, commenting that your training and experience are correct for the job and that you have also taken certain courses, obtained certain clients, participated in projects, or have characteristics that differentiate you from the rest.
20 Why did you quit or want to quit your job?
You must be honest and explain, for example, if the company is going through bad times, if you were fired, or that you are looking for better conditions. But as in the previous question, you should not enter into criticism of your previous company .
The best thing is to convey that you are looking for new experiences and challenges, that you want to have greater responsibilities or simply that you want to grow as a professional, in your sector
21 Why has your job changed so much?
They are interested in knowing if there is any kind of problem, or if you are a person loyal to the company and you are going to reward them for the resources they dedicate to you, so you can tell them that before, what you valued the most were new experiences. But you have been acquiring greater responsibilities, and that at this moment you also value stability .
On the other hand, you can indicate that company changes were always due to great improvements, but without talking too much about purely salary issues
22 What did you do while you were unemployed?
Explain how you have been actively looking for work, show him that you are a person with concerns and that you are interested in continuing to train. To do this, nothing better than to cite the courses, practices, doctorates or masters that you have done during your time as unemployed.
23 Are you in other selection processes?
Do not give more information than necessary, but do not hide it either . The best thing is that you mention that the job you are interested in is the one you are now applying for, either because your characteristics match what they ask for or because what they offer is exactly what you are looking for.
24 If I could choose. What company would you work for?
Do not tell. This is the company I would like to work for. And if you do, reason enough so that it doesn't sound like a rally.
Actually, it is better that you do not say company names, the ideal is to mention characteristics that you like about the company in which you are interviewing.
You can talk about the work environment, their business culture, the clients they have, the incentives, opportunities to face new challenges, advance ...
25 What would be your ideal job position?
More than the ideal job, talk about the characteristics that you would like it to have. You can mention that you would like a job with options to continue learning, where to be surrounded by enthusiastic people, in which your effort is valued, where to have responsibilities, etc. Adjust your answer to the characteristics of the position you demand.
26 Are you willing to work overtime?
It is something that in principle must be answered in the affirmative, you must show availability and commitment, so there is no other choice. But if it is going to be impossible, answer honestly , because among other things, they can ask you questions about where, when and why you did your last overtime hours.
27 Would you be willing to travel frequently or relocate?
It is something that is linked to the position you demand, but they may want to verify your family responsibilities or your commitment to the company. In any case, respond honestly and not with what you think they want to hear.
28 Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Focus on work, do not specify too much in which position you want to be or how much you want to earn , rather say that you hope to continue working (in general, not in that company) and facing new challenges.
29 What are your goals for the future?
Talk about career goals that you have set for yourself, and how you plan to achieve it . They do not have to be directly linked to that company, since as in the previous question, you do not know if they are going to hire you. But if you could talk about the immediate future and how your goal is to work in that company, to continue progressing until you reach certain professional goals.
30 When could you join the company?
If you are working, indicate that in the 15 days of rigor , do not say that it would be immediate, because if you start leaving your previous company hanging, it would be a very bad start.
If you are training with a course or have obligations at home , you must have already taken care of finding a way to make them compatible with work, so explain how you would do it and that you would have no problem joining the company. It is better not to answer, "right away" or it would seem that you are not occupying your time while you are unemployed and have been wasting it.
About teamwork and your role
31 Do you prefer to work alone or in a team?
It is increasingly valued that employees know how to work as a team, so respond in that line. You can say that you work well in a team and that you like to do it, but that in the same way you can also work alone.
32 Of teamwork. What position do you prefer?
Answer according to your real experience, if you have worked in a team before, you will know in which role you feel most comfortable, so convey it to the interviewer.
33 Have you led a team meeting? As was?
He mentions that the meetings were always consensual with the team members and that there were never more than necessary. Talk about how you mixed information and motivation equally.
34 How do you motivate your team?
It talks about recognizing the achievements of each team member, offering them information about the objectives they are meeting, and how you communicate with them to solve any problems that arise
35 What successes have you had as the leader of your team?
You can talk about specific successes , increased sales, higher customer satisfaction, project completion, etc. But above all, talk about how your management affected the group, and allowed you to achieve success.
36 What people do you like to work with?
It is about talking about qualities, especially those that are best valued within a company. You can say that with committed, loyal, imaginative, capable, participatory people ...
37 What do you expect from a boss? How should your relationship with collaborators be.
You can talk about how you hope there is a relationship that allows you to communicate with him, and receive his support to carry out the work with the greatest efficiency.
38 What were your previous bosses like?
As in other similar questions, you must leave behind the feelings, whether negative or positive. Never criticize your former bosses , that is only going to hurt you.
What you should do is give a general and neutral answer, in which you talk about your way of leading, how you motivated employees and what you learned during that stage.
39 How do you think a good boss should be?
You may be talking to your future boss at that moment, so it's time to draw generalities again. It mentions aspects such as knowing how to work in a team, the ability to motivate, knowing how to listen and respect opinions, etc.
40 What relationship have you had with your co-workers?
Again, don't talk about feelings or criticize former colleagues. The normal thing is that you get along well and even make friends among colleagues who work in the same department, so it is better to remain as sociable people and who are valued by others, enough to become friends.
41 Have you ever mediated a conflict between colleagues?
If you have, focus on the fairness with which you handled the conflict and the techniques you used to mediate. As you worried about knowing the interests of the parties, the rights of each one, and finally you proposed a reconciliation strategy.
42 How do others describe you?
This is a part where the references of former colleagues, bosses or clients can enter. But the idea is to normalize the negatives and positives. Very, very, always, you can turn them into: almost always, a little, sometimes.
43 How do your co-workers think of you?
Remember the successes you have had and the acknowledgments that have been made, extract those comments and positive evaluations and expose them to the interviewer . Try to make them related to the job you choose, you can talk about being creative, having a positive attitude, good taste, being dedicated, a perfectionist, a good communicator ..
44 What have your bosses highlighted about you?
It is closely related to the previous question, so try to select those positive comments that have to do with the characteristics that are necessary in the profession and the position you are applying for Talk about your ability to withstand pressure, your communication skills, how they highlighted your
ability to reconcile, etc.
Questions about the effects of stress and pressure
There are many jobs in which certain qualities are needed, and in this case it is a question of finding out if you could work under pressure and do it with quality. He will also try to find out if you can handle stress and if you have learned mechanisms to dissipate it.
45 How do you work under pressure?
In any job there can be pressures, so answer that you have already worked in these types of situations and that you could face them again. You can cite a project or situation in which you worked under pressure and which was your method to overcome it successfully .
46 How would you rate the work you did under pressure
Cite how you followed your own planning, and adjusted it to the plan set by the company, and that you met the objectives they asked of you.
47 Describe a difficult problem you have solved
Talk about a relevant case that has been a benefit for the company, mention how you solved it and what techniques you used to reach that resolution. Analyze the situation, identify the problems and establish an action plan.
Decision-making / initiative question
if you apply to a job where this section is important, prepare the question and your answers , because they will surely be decisive. if they find out that you have never made a decision or that you have never taken the initiative , you will probably not pass this stage of selection.
48 what would you do if you have to make a decision and there is no procedure that dictates how to do it
you cannot give the image that you ran not to find your boss, or you were left blank or idly. cite a similar situation in which you showed initiative by proposing solutions and make him see that you are capable of thinking of ways to solve problems, and that you are not afraid to face these situations.
49 How do you solve the daily problems you face in your job?
Synthesize the problems that you may have had in the development of your work and also the way to deal with them. You can mention that the first thing for you is to analyze the situation, identify the problems, ask for opinions (you work as a team) and finally apply a plan to solve them.
50 What proposals have you made in previous jobs?
Cite those that were accepted by the company, and ultimately carried out with greater success. You must prepare this response as it serves to see if you commit to the company and care if it improves.
51 What kinds of decisions did you make every day at work?
If you have held a position of responsibility, list those decisions you have made that are relevant and that may have a direct relationship with the position for which you are sued
Questions about your personality
52 tell me about yourself
This question is very common and difficult to answer, because of how long the answer may seem. But generally the interviewer himself will clarify what period and aspects interest him, so it is not about telling your whole life.
It is appropriate that you have a script with your different student and professional stages , that way you will be able to expose what interests you, about your knowledge or professional experience
53 What are your strengths?
You must show what your strengths are, in those qualities that have to do with the personal and professional . Hence the importance of analyzing yourself and preparing for the job interview.
Remember what you found out with your analysis and mention those qualities that have the most to do with the position you are applying for , you can mention examples in which you demonstrated communication skills, loyalty, results orientation, sacrifice, etc. Keep at least three virtues in mind that you want to mention.
54 What are your weaknesses?
It is better that you mention those defects that are least related to the position you are applying for . The trick is to mention defects that can be virtues , such as taking a little longer to do things because you like them to be perfect or being a bit stubborn for not stopping until you reach your goal. If you mention other defects such as disorganization, also say what techniques you have learned to correct them, and how now they no longer affect your work.
First of all, we must make it clear that whatever our defect or defects, we have already overcome them or know how to overcome them and carry out our work. Try to put aside those defects that only seek to flatter themselves, such as the classic "I'm too perfectionist", "I'm too responsible", and so on.
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55 How would you describe your personality?
These are questions in which you should show traits of your personal and professional profile, so again personal analysis is important, but it is also important to ask people who have worked with you, and your family or friends. With this information you can get an idea of ??what your personality is like, and transmit it on the day of the interview.
56 If you won the lottery, would you keep working?
It's a pretty weird and far-fetched question, but they can ask you. So now is your time to show that you have a bomb-proof motivation, and that it is not based solely on money. So you can answer that you like your job and that you enjoy facing new professional challenges
This is a section of questions that may vary depending on the position you apply for and the commitments or implications that it entails, but these types of questions are quite common and it is important to be prepared and take them as normally as possible.
But, how to answer questions about our personal life?
If you perceive that the question may discriminate against you , it is made in bad faith or directly violates your rights. Answer that you do not think it is relevant to the position you are applying for, but if you think it is really important, you can answer it, that will depend on you.
Questions about disability
57 Are you in good health? Do you play sports to keep fit?
Many recruiters do not hesitate to get into thorny and private topics, such as health. I advise you that if they ask you, say yes, you do not have health problems and remember that you are not obliged to admit that you have any disease.
Comment that you take advantage of your free time to practice some sport. Risk sports are often related to injuries, so don't name them.
58 How do you spend your free time?
If you have already been asked about practicing a sport, mention it again and include other common activities, such as reading, running, going on excursions
59 Are you a smoker?
You cannot answer in any other way than sincerely. If you smoke, acknowledge it and argue that you only do it outside of work hours and that if you do it at work, you would be willing to make up that time.
60 Do you have a boyfriend / girlfriend? Are you married?
These questions, in addition to being illegal, are out of place and therefore should not count when deciding on a candidate. But many times they are used in combination with others, to get an idea of ??your willingness to travel or work overtime. As I have said, it is up to you to answer them.
61 Are you pregnant? Are you planning to get pregnant?
Again questions that should not be asked and that you can not answer, it is your decision. Although many women increasingly put off pregnancy to focus on their career, that's up to you, so respond according to your convictions and wishes.
The interviewer uses these trick questions to try to break that previous preparation that we usually carry, to face an interview. And in that way, expect to receive a spontaneous and honest response, which has not been prepared. From what can be said, these are questions posed with a second intention:
62 Why do you want to work in this company?
One of the most repeated questions that you should have prepared, since it will demonstrate your knowledge of the company and the job you are applying for. You must highlight those positive aspects of the company , such as its importance and reputation, its growth, what working in it will bring you and in any way, show that there is a real interest in working in this and not in any other company in the same sector
63 What things about your previous job did you not like?
The person who is going to hire you does not want to hear how you criticize your previous company, or how you complain about one of your bosses or colleagues.
Among the trap questions in an interview, this is one of the most repeated. So try not to get caught, and talk about general aspects that you did not like , it is better to focus the answer, arguing the monotony of the job, the difficulty to move there, or the impossibility of ascending and reaching new goals.
64 What bothers you the most about your classmates?
This is another trick question, since you should not cite an endless stream of complaints, because otherwise it will seem that everything bothers you. Make a list and be clear about three things that bother you , such as: lateness, disorder, lack of attention, negativity, etc.
These types of questions are used to discard candidates during the selection process or in previous recruitment phases. The killer questions are used by the Human Resources of the company, due to their efficiency when filtering candidates, and we can find them of two types:
Those carried out in previous phases: they are generally done in writing, and they are closed questions that have to do with the basic requirements that you must meet to apply for employment, so in this case there is not much room for maneuver. They can ask you, for example, when you respond to a job offer on the internet and they make you fill out a small form.
The ones they ask you during the interview: they are usually open questions, for which there is no pre-established answer. If you detect one of these questions, it is recommended that you reflect well on the answer, that you answer honestly and that you do not try to beat around the bush. Thinking well about what you are going to say before answering may be the secret to moving on to a second interview.
65 Do you think this job is right for you?
Research the company, This is about detecting if you are under qualified or overqualified, and it is at this moment that the questions begin to be known as killer questions . If your resume fits reality, the recruiter knows the answer. But in any case, you must expose your interest in the position and let him know that this is what you are looking for at that moment
If your training is less than the needs of the requested position, you must explain what are the strengths of your work experience or studies carried out, and make it clear that without a doubt you could quickly learn what you are not so prepared for.
If you have higher education , the interviewer will be concerned about whether you will do the job reluctantly or will quit as soon as a better job arises. This is when you must show that you are excited about this job, that it is what you are looking for, that you could contribute many things and that you would like to do it if they trust you
66 Why at your age have you settled for such a low salary?
It is a question designed to break the preparation you may carry, one more of the so-called killer questions . As in the others, you must bring it to your field and show positive things , such as that you value work as a way of learning and gaining experience , and that after perfecting your skills you trust to increase your category in the company, translating into a higher salary
67 What salary do you expect to earn?
You can say that it is something variable, it would depend on the responsibilities and that in any case it should be a fair salary. If you decide to say a figure, either because you have already held a similar position or have seen that average salaries are charged in similar positions, better move by ranges and not by exact figures.
There are an infinite variety of questions that can be asked and many of them do not seek specific information, but some seek an emotional response, confuse or disconcert you to show yourself as you are. A case that you have already seen in the stress interview , where they will ask you questions that make you feel uncomfortable and tense.
68 If I went to Mars / A desert island. What would it take?
It is one of the questions that adds pressure and puzzles you, they may want to test your nerves. So even if it is difficult for you, show that you do not fall apart easily.
In my first interview myself, I was left blank because I had not prepared anything like this type of question. So I advise you to prepare yourself, to be able to think quickly and respond in an orderly way , try to explain that you have never seen yourself in that situation but that you would try to bring elements for your survival, oxygen, food, elements to make fire ...
69 Do you have any questions?
Even if they don't tell you directly, your obligation is to ask a question . It is not worth the first thing that comes to mind, this is a very important point and you have to ask questions that have arisen during the interview or that you have already prepared.
Questions you should ask the interviewer
There are different types of interview , but generally it is a dialogue in which you will also have your own space to ask questions. So take advantage of the situation to find out about everything that interests and you was not clear to you during your own investigation of the company or during the interview . There is no room for obvious or little worked questions, so think them through and do not improvise
It is your obligation to ask questions. You will show interest, attention and knowledge.
70 What specific responsibilities will I have to assume?
You are interested in knowing for many reasons, one of them may be if the salary does not reward your effort. But you also show interest in the job and its own characteristics.
71 What training plans do you have in the company?
In addition to asking if you are really interested, you will show that you want to continue training and that you are therefore committed to your work
72 Can you tell me something about the criteria you use to select personnel?
If they give you specific details you can find out exactly what type of candidate they are looking for . It gives you the opportunity to act skillfully and remind her that you possess some or all of these characteristics
73 Do you think I meet the requirements they ask for?
It may seem like a somewhat violent question, but it is important to ask it as it can give you first-hand information in one way or another. It is your last opportunity to refute a detail that you did not like , or argue how you can make up for your lack of experience in some aspect
74 What is the next step in the selection process?
You show confidence by taking an interest in the next step. But it is also something that makes a lot of sense, as it can inform you of how they will contact you again, if there are any other interviews or perhaps some evidence.
75 How long have you been working in the company?
This question may also arise at the beginning of the interview, in the form of an icebreaker question, since it helps the interviewer tell you something about him, and from there a conversation may arise that creates some empathy
76 Of hiring me. Who would be my boss?
A new opportunity to start a conversation and create bonds with the interviewer. It is understood that by asking this question you already know something about the company and that you are interested in knowing more.
Best of luck.