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INTERVIEW

GROUP 5

Desi Anggarini Pratiwi


Dwi Yulistianti Syafitri
Inka Virdhania
M. Dhifan Andhika Putra
Retasya Virginia Mozin

Definition of Interview
Interview is a dynamic process of
interaction, continuous, a structured,
conducted by the two parties
(interviewer and speaker) usually in the
form of questions. Beside that,
interview is a conversation which
evolving

Source : Interview, Charles Stewart & William Cash

Types of interview
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Interview of Information
Interview of Survey
Interview of Recruiting
Job Interview
Interview of Performance
Consultation Interview

Source : Interview, Charles Stewart & William Cash

Interview of
Information
Interview of information is the most
common type of interview as used in
daily life in the context of the
interests of journalism, police officers,
health workers, students, teachers
and parents

Source : Interview, Charles Stewart & William Cash

Interview of Survey
The interview survey was planned
and conducted interviews to
establish the basic facts that will
eventually be concluded

Source : Interview, Charles Stewart & William Cash

Interview of
Recruiting
Interview recruitment is aimed at
recruiting new members into the
organization or a company

Source : Interview, Charles Stewart & William Cash

Job Interview

Similar to the recruitment, interview is


aimed at recruiting new members into
the a company

Source : Interview, Charles Stewart & William Cash

Interview of
Consultation
Whatever questions, the interviewer
filed, what it actually should be
answered. That was just interviewer
want simply answer it, but also look for
our performance in responding, how to
behave, argument, of course that
reasonable.
Source : Interview, Charles Stewart & William Cash

Interview of
Performance
Performance assessment process carried
out consist of 2 stages :
1. Defining jobs
Could understand the work according to
the abilities and skills that you have
2. Assess performance
Can or not running jobs that will be

Source : Interview, Charles Stewart & William Cash

The Aim of Interview


1. To determine the potential or capability
of employees appropriate field or job
position as desired.
2. Knowing the abilities and skills of
someone
3. To see the persons work motivation
4. To see someone work ethic

Source : Interview, Charles Stewart & William Cash

QUESTIONS AND
PURPOSE

1. Tell about yourself


Purpose :
a. To find glimpses of yours
b. Knowing skills of verbal and
nonverbal communication
c. Knowing your confidence

Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

Questions commonly used :


a. Tell me a little about yourself
b. Would you please tell me about yourself?
c. To start with, please tell me more about
yourself
Answers commonly used :
a. My full name is
b. I am from
c. I live in .
d. I was born in ..
e. I grew up in ..
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

2. Tell about your education


background
Purpose :
a. To find out if you have an educational
background in accordance with the
qualifications required by the company
b. To find out whether you learned in high
school or college will be able to support
the tasks of your job in the future if you
are accepted to work
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

Questions commonly used :


a. Tell me about your educational background
b. Which university did you graduated from?
c. What did you major in?

Answers commonly used :


a. I graduated from
b. I majored in
c. After leaving Senior High School, I
continued my study in
d. I took some courses such as
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

3. Tell me about your work


experience
Purpose :
a. To find out if you have the
appropriate work experience to
the job you want
b. To find out how active you are at
work whether the first or in the
organization
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

Questions commonly used :


a. How does your current job qualify you for this
position?
b. What were tour greatest accomplishments on
your last job?
c. What most significant contribution have you
made to the operation of your work group?
d. What is the most difficult assignment you
have had and how did you handle it at that
time?
Answers commonly used :
a. I have worked in
b. I assisted the general sales director by
arranging the tourist visits
c. The job really gave me valueable experience
on how to serve the customers and to deal
with a wide range of people from different
cultural backgrounds
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

4. How would you describe your


personality?
Purpose :
a. To find out the character and
personality
b. To know the weaknesses and
strengths
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

Questions commonly used :


a. Tell me about your personality
b. How do you describe your personality?
c. What do you consider to be your major
strengths and weakness?
d. How could you say that you are a reliable
person ?

Answers commonly used :


a. I am willing to learn about anything new
b. I am a sort of person who likes challenges

Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

5. What are your main strengths?


Purpose :
a. To determine the strength
b. To assess the confidence of the
excess

Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

Questions commonly used :


a. what is your strongest point ?
b. Would you tell me a major obstacle you have
encountered? How did you handle it?
c. Can you mention three adjectives to describe
an ideal employee ?
Answers commonly used :
a. I am a sort of person who has a very good
interpersonal skill
b. I can adjust myself easily with a new working
environment and a circle of new co-workers
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

6. What is your main weakness?


Purpose :
a. To find weaknesses
b. To assess honesty

Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

Questions commonly used :


a. What is your main weakness ?
b. With regards to the job description, where
do you feel your weakness are ?

Answers commonly used :


a. I often get nervous when the job does not
get done on time
b. I always try to do my best to accomplish my
work
c. I am sure that I can make it better
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

7. What skills do you have?


Purpose :
a. To find out what skills possessed
b. To assess whether the skills
possessed in accordance with the
requirements

Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

Questions commonly used :


a. Would you please tell me about your skills?
b. Give me an example when you need to
prioritize your tasks and how you go about it

Answers commonly used :


a. I have strong communication and
interpersonal skills
b. I have a strong organizational skill with the
ability to effectively prioritize multiple tasks
c. I am a quick, adaptive learner with strong
written and verbal communication skills
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

8. Why should we accept you?


Purpose:
To find out how much self-confidence

Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

Questions commonly used :


a. Why do you think you are the right
candidate ?
b. Why do you feel we should accept someone
with your background?
c. Can you give me a reason why we should
hire you
Answers commonly used :
a. I am a good fit for the company
b. I have consistently worked hard
c. I have the ability to stay focused in stressful
situations
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

9. Why did you stop from your


previous job ?
Purpose :
To know the reason why he/she stops
from previous job

Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

Questions commonly used :


a. Why did you leave your last place of work ?
b. Did you have difficulties in your last position
that may affect your ability to work here ?

Answers commonly used :


a. The company did not provide me with enough
opportunity to grow and develop myself
b. Your company will give me a more challenging
and higher responsibility
c. The opportunity to grow my potentials in the
present job is very limited
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

10. What do you know about our


company?
Purpose:
To find out how much an interest and
commitment to the company's

Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

Questions commonly used :


a. What do you know about our company?
b. In your opinion, what makes our company
so special if compared to other similar
companies?
Answers commonly used :
a. The company is headed by
b. The company has 5 factories in Indonesia
c. The company which based Jakarta
manufactures electronics
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

11.What is your favorite and least


like about your previous job?
Purpose :
To find out nature is industrious or
idler

Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

Questions commonly used :


a. If there is one thing that you have most
about your previous company, what is it ?
b. If there is one thing that you really like about
your previous company, what is it ?
Answers commonly used :
a. One thing that I did not like about my
previous company was
b. One thing that I like about my previous
company was
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

12. What lessons are you


received from the mistakes that
you've been through?
Purpose :
a. In order not to repeat the same
mistakes
b. Can learn from my mistakes

Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

Questions commonly used :


a. How did you handle problems in the work
place?
b. What have you learned from your past
mistakes ?
Answers commonly used :
a. Problem should be handled professionality
b. I usually collect the relevant data, analyze
the problem, and discuss the problem
c. Then, I tried to find the best solution
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

General Tips in Job


Interview
1. The upright seating position
During the interview, you should sit
upright, do not lean and direct eye contact,
upright posture shows respect for the
interviewer
2. Demonstrate how to right
communication
Use language that is clear and
uncomplicated. Do not let the interviewer too
long waiting for your answer. The answer
given must always lead to questions
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

3. Formal dress
Formal wear and suit the situation shows
your respect and appreciation to others
4. Greet the interviewer steadily
Greetings the interviewer steadily can make
the impression that you are a vibrant and
warm
5. Confidence
Show yourself as a highly convincing and
confident
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

6.

Show the positive attitude.


Show yourself as someone who is passionate,
enthusiastic and highly motivated, and want to
continue to move forward.
7. Show great interest in the company .
Learn all about the company, like the type, the
vision and mission, advantages and disadvantages,
types of work and responsibility.
8. Saying thank you in the ending of interview.
Do not forget to express gratitude for the
opportunity given by the company for the interview
Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

Things to Avoid
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Making negative comments


Requesting permission to toilet
Too dominate the conversation
Frequently interrupts the conversation
Behaving too seriously
Behaving too casual
Speaking of salary
Frequently look at watches
Looks nervous

Source : Smart Answer in Job Interviews, Yusup Priyasudiarja

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